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On the Run with His Bodyguard

This one isn’t a gripping entry in Quinn’s (The Bounty Hunter’s Baby Search) “Sierra’s Web” series.

The Bounty Hunter’s Baby Search

Best for loyal readers of this series.

Cold Case Sheriff

Though the mystery of Aimee’s past on its own might be enough to keep readers turning the pages, a tepid romance and the clumsy attempts on the heroine’s life in the present make this a rather lackluster reading experience overall.

Protecting Colton’s Baby

While this isn’t a standout title, overall it’s a stronger story than the first book in this multi-author series (which was Colton’s Unusual Suspect by Marie Ferrarella), though it also ends without moving the needle much on the overarching plotline of what has happened to the Colton siblings’ honorary uncle.

Tracking His Secret Child

Fans of the series will want to read Hud’s story, but it also works as a stand-alone. Though the suspense will keep reader engrossed for much of the book, the bulk of the relationship- and family-building work takes place in a mere few pages, making the happily-ever-after feel more tacked on than inevitable.

Colton Countdown

Though the race to save Theresa’s children has both drama and suspense, the romance between the two main characters is much less satisfying. Both constantly make assumptions about the other, and the relationship discussions that would be necessary for them to realistically move forward together are left until the final pages of the book, if they even happen at all.

A Family for Christmas

While not your typical seasonal romance, this story will remind readers of what the holidays are truly about: being with the ones you love.

The Friendship Pact

Not a typical Quinn novel and unlike its romance kin (In Plain Sight; Hidden), The Friendship Pact focuses on the ties between women and how important those relationships are throughout life. Marriage is only the subplot here as readers follow Kora and Bailey through heartache and heartbreak, yet the women are always able to find their way back to each other. Be warned romance readers: this celebratory tale reveals an ending with some unexpected twists. Get ready!

The Fourth Victim

Taking a major risk by putting her heroine out of action from the outset and developing the romance at a distance, Quinn has scored on all counts, creating a touching, nail-biting thriller that becomes progressively intense. Quinn (The Third Victim) now lives in Arizona. [In conjunction with this series and to support Strengthen Our Sisters, the first battered women's shelter in the United States, Quinn has organized an online blog tour. See www.tarataylorquinn.com for details.]

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