Friday, November 27, 2015

Lucky Shot by BJ Daniels


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LUCKY SHOT

by

B.J. Daniels


He's determined to uncover the truth behind a decades-old disappearance—even if it kills him.
When hotshot reporter Max Malone gets a rare shot of Buckmaster Hamilton with a blonde woman near Beartooth, Montana, he chases down one of the senator's daughters to verify that the woman is his supposedly long-dead first wife. But Kat Hamilton won't give him the time of day, let alone any information about her mother.
With his tousled blond hair, sexy stubble and an old straw cowboy hat topping off his long, lean frame, Kat can just tell Max isn't used to female sources denying him anything. But when her own life is put in jeopardy, it's Max who comes to her rescue. Seems someone is prepared to kill to keep the past in the past. Kat can't deny she needs Max to find out what happened to her mother, but will getting closer and closer to each other lead them to the truth…or to danger?
Praise for B.J. Daniels

“Daniels has succeeded in joining the ranks of mystery masters.” —Fresh Fiction
“Daniels is truly an expert at Western romantic suspense.”
RT Book Reviews on Atonement

“Fans of Western romantic suspense will relish Daniels’s tale of clandestine love played out in a small town on the Great Plains.” —Booklist on Unforgiven
“Romantic suspense that will keep readers guessing. If you like Longmire, this is the book for you.” —RT Book Reviews on Forsaken

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New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author B.J. Daniels lives in Montana with her husband, Parker, and three springer spaniels, Spot, Jem and Ace. When she isn’t writing, she quilts, snowboards, camps, boats and plays tennis. 




You can write to B.J. Daniels at PO Box 1173, Malta, MT 59538, or email her at bjdaniels@mtintouch.net



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Review:
(*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*Mariela's Review*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Reading Lucky Shot was a treat. It touched so many elements that can draw a reader in. You have a true love story with Kat and Max. Both had been hurt by life in the past. One is a bittersweet way and the the other in a way that makes you hide within yourself. Add to it the mystery of a mother with a past she claims not to remember. I enjoyed the twist and turns this book took as we try to discover with Max and Kat what her mother Sarah's past could be hiding. You will not expect the twist and turns it will take. Even with the small confusion of point of views this story still has a nice flow and allows you to come to your own conclusions of what might be coming next. I haven't read the first two but I am definitely intrigued of what came first. Also what will follow, as the Hamilton's sisters learn more about the missing mom who comes back, and they find true love on their way.)