Taking the Shot by Melanie S. Hatter

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In the heat of the jungle, love can change lives...

When freelance photographer Diana Lee Ross is taken hostage by Colombian drug runners, they think her American publisher will pay handsomely for her return. But Diana’s freelancing for a nature book, not Newsweek, and her chances of rescue are slim. In the stark conditions of a rebel camp, fear and longing are her closest companions, until she’s rescued from the hands of a gunman by an unlikely rebel, a white man with an American accent.

Stone is a cold-blooded killer, an American working for the Colombian rebels. He has his own issues to deal with, and falling in love with a prisoner isn’t one he needs. But through Diana, something of his old humanity begins to resurface, and together they’re pushed past boundaries they never thought they’d cross…

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Published April 1, 2011 by Etopia Press. 29 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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