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➿ The Last Enemy Free ➶ Author Pauline Baird Jones –

The Last EnemyA Lawman Rescues A Romance Writer, But Can She Rescue His Heart Two Men Need Her One Needs Her Dead.Author Dani Gwynne Must Plot Her Own Survival, Working Against Time, Terror And Her Fear Of Heights Deputy US Marshal Matthew Kirby Is The Lawman In Charge Of Finding Dani Before She S Killed By Elusive Killer Who Has Never Missed His Markuntil Now With The Clock Ticking Down On Their Macabre Game Of Hide And Seek, Dani Must Defeat A Killer Who Won T Stop Until He Gets What He Wants Or He Destroys Them All Trying.Book 1 Lonesome Lawmen Series.

    10 thoughts on “➿ The Last Enemy Free ➶ Author Pauline Baird Jones –

  1. says:

    Since I like to end on a good note, I ll start with the bad But I hope you stick around for the good I felt at times throughout the book that the point of view switched randomly By that I mean some times I thought the story was being told from Matts perspective, and then in the next paragraph it shifted to Dani s It kind of through me off.I also felt something was off in the sentence structure I felt like there were missing words here and there, and sometimes just the wrong word Example they spent the next few hours bouncing theories off each other about what Hayes might be up Fairly certain to should be added to the end of that It s a huge distraction.I m beginning to question whether or not EBooks are looked at as closely as paperbacks are.All of that aside, this book was fabulous Lots of fun twists, and my heart raced on ...

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    TBR Challenge 2011 June Category Contemporary This book has been on my wishlist since April 2010.The author s strengths are her actions scenes and her wordplay Jones writes some of the best action scenes I ve ever read They are tense, exciting, and well plotted I found this true in her sci fi rom books, and It s true for the romantic suspense, The Last Enemy Her way with words and phrases is superior Even in this sometimes dark suspense, Jones makes you smile and even laugh out loud at the way the female leads looks at life Be cautioned that this isn t a light and fluffy story It s gritty and the body count is high Toward the end when Dani is enduring an exhausting ordeal, the reader is right there with her Jones does a great job describing the characters physical and emotional states I admit to some problems with the first 25% of the book when I didn t agree with the choices Dani made, and felt her decisions hurt others I came to understand her reasoning better as the book went on, but for a while I was stumped Also, there was one part of the plot dealing with Dani s online identities and who knew what that seemed like a plot hole, although I didn t backtrack to see if I simply missed the explanation One reason I prefer print books They re easier to search for information when you need to Overall, very entertaining book I fo...

  3. says:

    A decent read. But NOT even 1 little kiss I think I liked this book I thought Dani s constant running and hiding from the US Marshalls was kind of crazy, but I kind of understood it I did like how tough she was when it came to getting away from the bad guy, as well as the Marshalls And yet, the book made you think she was heading right into the bad guy s hands, without realizing it And you can sure tell this is a pretty old book by the way they talked about the computers We ve come a long way since 1999, when this book was published This really wasn t a romance, either At 40% Matt and Dani still hadn t met, except for a stairwell chat that lasted for about 2 sentences, and he was a couple of flights up, looking down at her when he spoke, then she walked out and jumped on a Harley and took off Oh, Matt had begun to have feelings for Dani since the first time he saw her picture, thinking she was dead, and thinking he had missed something by not knowing her when she was alive And those feeling only got worse and confusing when he found out she wasn t dead And then she couldn t stop thinking about him either, once she d spoken to him on the stairs It was sweet thoughts, not anything sexual, sorta like desire, but not AND I think the author should have made the hero younger he was 45 or stop complaining about his aches and pains It was a pretty good story, overall, but it wasn t very realistic If you spent time around real cops, especially in the 90 s...

  4. says:

    Wow Basically all I can say really, lol I was completely thrown off what this book was going to be like and loved every minute of it I am usually a big fan of romantic suspense where you have the H h hooking up and blah blah blah.but this was a complete surprise and I really loved it Do I wish there was at least a couple kisses here and there, hell yeah, but did it stop me from not liking the book, nope This is the first book I have read by this author, and she is awesome Her writing style keeps you hooked from the minute the story begins I loved the characters I loved that Dani never gave up, even though things were just too much at times I loved her attitude and her quick smart ass remarks She was fragile but strong Matt, oh my That description of him when Dani first ran into him at the cyber geeks place was, swoon worthy of a nuclear bomb going off, haha I complete went all drool like over it and was wishing I could jump in the book to get a better look, haha If you are looking ...

  5. says:

    A discovery I loved the characters, the story, the pace The only thing I liked less was the constant reference to the heroin as the romance writer and how underestimated she is just because of her work However, as a librarian, my profession is often stereotyped in books, so I c...

  6. says:

    A bit of romance, but not too lovey dovey A bit of thriller, but sadly not enough I loved the characters and their quirks, but the storyline dragged too much and the antagonist was quite a wimp An enjoyable, fluff read.

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    Free 11 21 14 Romantic Suspense

  8. says:

    I have so many e books downloaded on my kindle yet to read, not to talk about paperbacks and what did I do instead of reading one of them, I downloaded this one Reason being, it has been so long since I read a book that involved the US Marshal service.I m sort of disappointed if I am being honest I have never been a fan of writers who choose to tell us about incidents instead of writing out scenes as they are happening Story started out that way eliminating the creation of a suspenseful scene as it was happening where one might have felt some intensity or be on edge I get that not every violent scene needed to be brought to live so to speak but there was needed to bring some bit of tension to this story which sadly it was lacking Also didn t like the way than a few things happened without any lead into them, like how did the hitman get into some premises without being detected before it was too late With that said, t...

  9. says:

    Dani is in witness protection while waiting to testify in a murder trial when the safe house is breached She manages to survive and is on the run from a hit man and also pursued by the US Marshalls who want her back in protection This hi...

  10. says:

    Terrific read I loved the novel PBJ s writing style drags you right in and won t let go Minor editing faults missing words and the fact that some scenes showed its original publishing date of 1999 didn t take from the overall reading pleasure The pacing of the story and the topics ...

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