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The sheriff and his wife are also making progress at putting the pieces together on a different area of the mystery of Sarah Hamilton.
This is another OMG book! Daniels, I find that I am consistently in awe of this woman and the things going on in her mind.
Crack reporter, Max Malone is in it for the story, pure and simple. When he grabs a photo of presidential candidate Buckmaster Hamilton with the former wife who has come back from the dead after twenty two years, he knows he has the money shot.
After some in depth research, he also finds a photograph which possibly links Sarah Hamilton to a This is another OMG book!
After some in depth research, he also finds a photograph which possibly links Sarah Hamilton to a militant group Max seeks out Hamilton's photographer daughter Kat to confirm or deny the identity in the photo and from there, things go haywire.
It it fact or not that Sarah Hamilton has lost all memory of the passed twenty two years? Buckmaster Hamilton's campaign to the White House may just have gone completely awry in light of the all goings on with the Hamilton clan.
Holding this family together is quite the job for Buckmaster and his six daughters, especially when his current wife attempts to delve deep into first wife Sarah's background and puts all in danger.
There isn't one minute of this book that does not engage the reader's full attention. Daniels fan if you have never read her before and you will come back time and time again for more.
Nov 18, Shauni rated it it was amazing Shelves: reading-romance-challenge , series , netgalley , western-contemporary , contemporary-suspense , contemporary-romance.
For me, B. Daniels is one of them. Yes there are series I love, yes there are series I love when I don't enjoy anything else the author writes..
Yes there are books I don't love with authors I do.. Daniels make that short list for me.. So far, I have yet to read a "bad" B.
Daniels book. I even't even read a mildly good one, nope they are all freaken awesome! Lucky Shot is no different. It is over the top swoonworthy..
Daniels totally ups the ante. The ever growing mystery of where his Buckmaster Hamilton's wife has been these past twenty something years gets some new light.
And none of it looks good. Buck's current wife? Well she's got problems of her own. She thought she was marrying the future president of the United States, now?
Who knows if he's even going to remain her husband. Of course, it would mean getting rid of the step daughters she has never really bonded with, or even liked.
The poor woman is struggling to hold it all together and those girls keep causing problems. This time it's Kat. She's being stalked by someone, a photographer?
A reporter? Any of the above would be bad enough but Kat refuses to give in and she really wants to know what happened. It's seems odd that the only person she can trust is a man who should be her greatest enemy, a reporter.
A reporter with secrets of his own. Max Malone is a journalist, not one of those paparazzi types that call themselves reporters.
He will never find his work on Entertainment Tonight but he might be considered for a Pulitzer. Keeping a low profile has gotten him farther in his career than any of the flasher types.
That and trusting his instincts and his instincts tell him that Kat Hamilton will help his story.. Only he discovers that he wants more..
More than just the story, he wants the woman. Suspense is the name of the game for this book. It's compelling, intriguing and totally luscious.
Daniels excels at putting some light in some very dark places, plot twists and turns abound. Wrap that all up with a sexy cowboy type hero and seriously, does it get any better than that??
If you haven't read any of Ms. Daniels work yet, start here. Yes it's book three of the series but you can begin here.
Of course, you really should start at the beginning.. I do have that thing about reading in order.. Jan 28, Susan rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-read , romantic-suspense , romance.
Another exciting entry in the series. Max is one of the reporters that has been haunting the Hamiltons since Buckmaster Hamilton's first wife returned from the dead.
When he snaps a picture of the two of them together, he goes to Kat Hamilton to confirm the identity of the woman in the picture.
But Kat isn't cooperating. Kat has had enough of reporters pestering her for information about her mother, and Max especially rubs her the wrong way.
But when he tells her of the information he has, she Another exciting entry in the series. But when he tells her of the information he has, she discovers that she wants the answers as much as he does.
I really liked Max. He's an investigative reporter with a sense of honor, not a gossip rag paparazzi. Though he first just wanted to use Kat for information, he soon found himself liking her as a woman.
This made his investigation harder in a way, because he doesn't want to hurt Kat, but finding out the truth is important.
I also really liked Kat. She is independent and stubborn. She may be one of the "Hamilton Girls" but she lives her life her own way.
She knows she should be happy that her mother is alive and well, but she has questions that haven't been getting any answers until Max showed up.
I loved the sparks that flew between them from the beginning. Max really tries to resist because he has a rule about getting involved with someone who's part of a story he is working on, but finds himself too deeply drawn to her.
I liked the way that he saw behind the surface toughness that she showed the rest of the world to the woman beneath. He had the patience to bring her out of her shell.
He was also protective of her, as the danger of their investigation increased, and he was impressed by her ability to remain focused on their goal in the midst of that danger.
Kat doesn't want to feel the things she does around Max. She's spent a lot of years protecting herself from the hurt she experienced before, but Max is working his way past her protective walls.
Because he is a reporter, she is also extra wary of him at the beginning, but quickly finds herself trusting him.
They get closer as the book goes on, but each is fully aware of their own issues that hold them back from opening up completely.
I really loved their honest appraisal of their relationship at the end of the book, and the steps they took to see if it was real.
The mystery of Sarah Hamilton's return continues from the previous two books. The information that Max and Kat uncover indicate that she may have been part of a domestic terrorist group years earlier, but her lack of memory makes it impossible to confront her about it.
The more information they uncover, the worse it looks for Sarah. There's also someone out there who doesn't like what they are doing and multiple attempts are made at stopping them.
At the same time, local sheriff Frank Curry has been doing some investigating of his own, with his wife's help. The things he discovers, when added to what Max and Kat have found, bring up serious questions about just why Sarah reappeared now.
Meanwhile, Buckmaster himself is caught between two women - his current wife, Angelica, and his first wife, Sarah.
He has never stopped loving Sarah, but he also cares for Angelica, who has been beside him in his bid for the presidency. He is increasingly frustrated by her focus on digging up whatever dirt she can find on Sarah.
Angelica's inquiries are stirring up trouble for her also. Buck can't seem to stay away from Sarah, who has apparently moved on with a neighboring rancher.
A confrontation at the end of the book stops those who have been attacking Max and Kat, and though answers are apparently found to some of the questions about Sarah, Max and Kat are still suspicious.
The book ends with a twist and a cliffhanger. Nov 17, Cynthia rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance-mystery-suspense , romance-suspense.
Lucky Shot by B. Daniels is the third installment in The Montana Hamiltons series. This is the best one so far. There is so much going on to keep you entertained with all the mystery and danger to pull you in and make you forget all the things you have to do.
Just when you think you have it all worked out the author throws a twist into the mix and you are back to guessing again how this series will end.
You will find out more about Sarah but will end with more question than answers. There is Lucky Shot by B. There is some heartbreak, a few deaths and some very interesting turns.
Kat father is still running for president but with his long lost wife who was dead returns it leaves one wondering what she is hiding. With no memory of the last 20 years and the way she returned she leave a lot of unanswered questions.
You have Max on the hunt for the story as he takes a picture of Kat's father and a women. He wants Kat to admit it is her mother but she isn't admitting to anything.
Max always gets his story he expect no less with this one that is until Kat walks into his life along with someone out to keep him off the story.
Just as things heat up with Kat the story takes a turn with him coming out behind. Every turn someone seems to be one step ahead of them. Kat want answers but is Max the one to help her get them, can he be trusted and at what cost.
Max might find that it isn't always about the story but about life, love and freedom. These two hit head on from the start, both are stubborn and a little bullhead.
Max has his work cut out for him trying to convince Kat that things are not as they seem. Could there be a bigger plan going on and what does it have to do with Kat's mother.
As they hunt down the answers things start getting dangerous can Max keep Kat safe? There does seem to be more on the line than his life.
This was a very well thought out plot which keeps you head spinning as the author takes you on a hunt for the missing pieces. Just as you put one piece together the piece comes up missing and you find they have to start over again.
Each character is full of surprises as each seems to be hiding something. It does seem Sarah is hiding the most.
The question is does she remember or is her memory really lost. Who is behind all the people coming up missing and just where was Sarah for the last 20 years.
Some of these questions will be answered some will not as the author gives you a compelling read of danger, heartbreak, pain, lose, love, mystery and adventure.
This is one book you will not be able to put down, plan on reading it when you have nothing to do. It is a page turner that will leave you thinking OH MY.
With all that is going on in the world today the author gives you a very well written believable story of one family who has lost so much and has even more to lose as they find love that will last a lifetime.
I have to say I am so hooked on this series. I have to find out what really is going on with Sarah. I hope and pray that I am wrong in what I am thinking but time will tell.
They really do burn up the pages from their hot tempter to their secretes. Their story is one of a very painful past which will touch her heart.
Max just might be the man to help Kat overcome her past as they find love in one thrilling mystery which leaves everyone wondering if maybe there is a lot more to Kat family than meets the eye.
You are so going to love this addition to this wonderful series. Dec 22, Clare O'Beara rated it really liked it Shelves: america-rom-susp.
I did find it a little hard to get into the tale as I had not read a previous book and we keep feeling that plenty of activity can only be explained by the references to that story.
However the adventure does get off to a swift start as a woman presumed dead reappears; she had been declared legally dead by a patient grieving husband, who promptly remarried.
This must open a lot of legal issues such as about a driving licence, his legal marriage and her right to inherit but they are never I did find it a little hard to get into the tale as I had not read a previous book and we keep feeling that plenty of activity can only be explained by the references to that story.
This must open a lot of legal issues such as about a driving licence, his legal marriage and her right to inherit but they are never mentioned.
We see through the eyes of a male photo journalist who gets a picture of the Senator's returned wife, then unaccountably fails to upload it to the web before his camera is stolen.
He decides the senator's daughter who also takes arty photos is his best way in to the story. Or does she know something about his missing camera?
I would have liked these people to actually spend some time talking about techniques and comparing favourite equipment.
It's something everyone does who's in the same line of work and uses the same kind of tools. Instead we get "Really, you think it's a good photo?
I get the impression that the books are each going to follow a different member of the family. Well, the mystery of a woman who may or may not have lost her memory not once but twice is worth a read; I really believe it would help if you had read the previous story and a fan of the series or author might give it more marks.
Investigative reporter Max Malone is trying to uncover the truth behind Sarah Johnson Hamilton's mysterious return to the land of the living.
Twenty-two years ago, Sarah disappeared leaving behind her husband and 6 daughters. Now, as Buckmaster Hamilton is about to throw his hat into the presidential race, she has returned with no memory of the last twenty-two years.
As Max delves into his investigation, he crosses paths with Sarah's daughter Kat, a photographer who has her own questions about Investigative reporter Max Malone is trying to uncover the truth behind Sarah Johnson Hamilton's mysterious return to the land of the living.
As Max delves into his investigation, he crosses paths with Sarah's daughter Kat, a photographer who has her own questions about her mother's reappearance.
As the two join forces in the investigation, they are faced with lots of danger as it seems someone wants the past to stay hidden.
Lucky Shot is 3 in the Montana Hamilton series. While you don't have to read the first two books, you'll probably want to start with the beginning of the series as clues are given along the way.
I will warn you that this book ends in a cliffhanger which I hate but now I'm hooked so I'll definitely be reading 4 and going back to read the series from the beginning!
This was my first BJ Daniels book. Her style reminds me a lot of Sandra Brown. The complex plot and intertwining of all the characters will keep you reading and on the edge of your seat.
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