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Unlawful Contact (Berkley Sensation) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Apr 2008
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The third sensational novel of thrilling romance from Pamela Clare and her electrifying I-Team. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
USA Today bestselling author Pamela Clare began her writing career as a columnist and investigative reporter and eventually became the first woman editor-in-chief of two different newspapers. Along the way, she and her team won numerous state and national honors, including the National Journalism Award for Public Service and the Keeper of the Flame Lifetime Achievement Award. She writes historical romance and contemporary romantic suspense within view of Colorado's beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Visit Pamela's website www.pamelaclare.com or connect with her on Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Pamela-Clare/167939496589645 or on Twitter @Pamela_Clare.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top customer reviews
Journalist Sophie Alton investigates the disappearance of a young woman and is led to the woman's brother, Hunter, a convicted killer who is running from the law.
Hunter, is Hunt, is the boy she fell in love with at the age of 16. Only to meet him 12 years later when he takes her as hostage and escapes prison, where he lived a nightmarish life. Now he desperately needed to find his missing sister before she is killed. Together, they follow a dangerous path toward the truth-and unforgettable passion.
Loved the twist at the end, never expected that.
Loved Marc Hunter, he is all that a man should be, and Sophie was the perfect complement to him. She is exactly what Hunt needed, even if he mistakenly thought she was too good for him.
The story is emotionally moving, very powerful and the love scenes is scorching.
After reading this great book, I immediately ordered 'Extreme Exposure' and 'Hard Evidence' and now have the last one 'Naked Edge' on auto-buy.
Pamela Clare is a superb writer.
It's the first book I read by Ms Clare, and oh boy... I was cursing rather a lot when I started reading. Because...I knew I'd have to put it down, and I really didn't want to.
Luckily I read fast, because Ms Clare's Unlawful Contact grabbed me by the throat, dragged me in, and didn't let go until the end.
I really enjoyed the book (can ya tell?) It was not only very well written, but the characterization was fantastic, the characters were alive on the page, everything felt very well researched and authentic -- in places rather uncomfortably authentic -- well paced, well crafted...and a riveting read.
I won't put any spoilers, but I can thoroughly recommend the book to anyone after a fast paced, sexy, read that'll leave you gasping for breath.
A very well deserved 5 stars -- and I don't hand those out lightly!
"Why not Shoot for the Stars"
There were quite a few parts in the book where I felt things were far fetched. However, the author was herself an Investigative Journalist so I'm sure that side of things rang true but Hunt escaping from Prison, the culmination of the suspense plot and the outcome of his Trial seemed too far fetched to me. Also the fact that 12 years before Sophie and Hunt got together in one night, she gave him her virginity and he left the next day to enlist yet all this time they have both thought about each other and for the last six years when he was in Prison he thought about her all the time!
I did enjoy reading this though. I may read some of the other books but I will admit that I didn't seem to think as much of Marc/Hunt as some of the reviewers. He loved Sophie that was easy to see but I prefer a more alpha male hero.