The Hunted by Rachel Lee

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Since I initially thought I was reading romantic suspense, the lack of romance really bothered me. Because Jerrod and Erin do hook up, I felt like a little sexual tension or connection was called for. Since there wasn’t, I would have preferred no relationship at all – kind of an all or nothing. And the sex scene was rather silly.
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Synopsis

Her story sets off a violent spark.

His investigation puts them in the line of fire.

Journalist Erin McKenna is not only investigating a major defense contractor suspected of complicity in the international sex-slave trade but testifying against them in court. Her world collapses when that same firm buys her newspaper and she's fired without explanation. Her home is ransacked, her computer stolen and she is attacked.

FBI agent Jerod Westlake is haunted by the disappearance of his sister long ago, and has dedicated his life to ending the international sex-slave trade. When he discovers Erin wounded on the floor of her apartment, he swings into action to protect her as a witness--and as a woman.

Jerod needs to protect Erin's life and track down her source.

But once they start working as a team, the real danger begins....

 

About Rachel Lee

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Rachel Lee was hooked on writing by the age of twelve, and practiced her craft as she moved from place to place all over the United States. This New York Times bestselling author now resides in Florida and has the joy of writing full-time.
 
Published November 15, 2012 by Harlequin MIRA. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Erotica. Fiction
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All About Romance

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Reviewed by Andi Davis on Nov 01 2013

Since I initially thought I was reading romantic suspense, the lack of romance really bothered me. Because Jerrod and Erin do hook up, I felt like a little sexual tension or connection was called for. Since there wasn’t, I would have preferred no relationship at all – kind of an all or nothing. And the sex scene was rather silly.

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