Pulling the Trigger

Pulling the Trigger It had been than ten years since tracker Ethan Bia had seen the woman who d loved him and left him with no explanation FBI agent Joanna Rhodes was as beautiful and secretive as ever but insisted on k

  • Title: Pulling the Trigger
  • Author: Julie Miller
  • ISBN: 9780373694051
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
  • It had been than ten years since tracker Ethan Bia had seen the woman who d loved him and left him with no explanation FBI agent Joanna Rhodes was as beautiful and secretive as ever, but insisted on keeping their past and their passion where it belonged Ethan knew tracking an elusive killer through the mountains was their assignment, but his need for answers was aIt had been than ten years since tracker Ethan Bia had seen the woman who d loved him and left him with no explanation FBI agent Joanna Rhodes was as beautiful and secretive as ever, but insisted on keeping their past and their passion where it belonged Ethan knew tracking an elusive killer through the mountains was their assignment, but his need for answers was as tempting as his urge to touch Joanna Unfortunately, resisting both was crucial to surviving this mission A mission that would determine how long Joanna stuck around once it was over.

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    1. Sixth book in Harlequin Intrigue's "Kenner County Crime Unit" multi-author mini-series. And I have to say that I didn't find many redeeming qualities about this book. Plus it was the epitome of these kinds of series are so frustrating to read. The inconsistencies were horrendous.Pulling the Trigger continues the overall story arc of the investigation into FBI agent Julie Grainger's murder. Authorities are closing people involved in Julie's death and have called in expert tracker Ethan Bia, and m [...]

    2. I didn’t realise I had this book, so when I saw Julie Miller’s name I couldn’t resist. I liked this book, but I have to admit it wasn’t one of my favourites by her.Joanna Rhodes is a Native American woman who left the reservation she grew up on after her alcoholic parents were killed in a car crash and she was raped by a family friend, who was never brought to justice because his uncle was the sheriff at the time.She was in love with Ethan Bia, but his guilt at not being able to protect [...]

    3. Loved itI really liked this book! had all things in it to keep you reading and could hardly wait to get to the end!

    4. a little rambly for Miller. There several times I had to go back a feew pages to figure out what was going on.

    5. Book is intense but the more you read the more exciting it becomes. Has some dark parts but it is all apart of the storyline.

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