Denver journalist Natalie Benoit and Deputy U.S. Marshal Zach McBride find themselves captives of a bloodthirsty Mexican drug cartel. Working together, they escape through the desert toward the border, the attraction between them flaring hotter than the Sonoran sun. They fight to stay ahead of... show more
Denver journalist Natalie Benoit and Deputy U.S. Marshal Zach McBride find themselves captives of a bloodthirsty Mexican drug cartel. Working together, they escape through the desert toward the border, the attraction between them flaring hotter than the Sonoran sun. They fight to stay ahead of the danger that hunts them as forces more powerful than they can imagine conspire to destroy them both...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 3rd 2011
Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Pages no: 355
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: I-Team (#5)
On a conference in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Natalie Benoit, a Denver Independent investigative reporter, is kidnapped from her tour buss, while her Mexican colleagues are shot. She’s transported, bound in the trunk of a car, to an abandoned village, where members of the drug cartel Los Zetas promise h...
An exciting fast paced action packed romantic suspense where even the romance was powerful although a bit heavy with survivors guilt it was still a very good story. Journalist Natalie is kidnapped in Mexico and jailed next to prisoner Zach who is being tortured.
4.5/5 starsLoved this one!Zach and Natalie had amazing chemistry and the beginning of the book was very intense. I do feel like the rest of the story is more towards 4 stars. The final reveal was a bit rushed and it's hard to fear someone who was hardly in the book more than the bastard who was resp...
Breaking Point begins with Natalie going on a trip to Mexico with several other journalists. While there she gets kidnapped by the local drug cartel/human traffickers. She's taken to a cell where there is a man in the cell next to her who has been there for almost week already being tortured. Natali...
Opening Line: “Natalie Benoit watched the streets of Ciudad Juárez roll by the outside of the bus window, wishing the driver would turn up the air-conditioning.” 5+ stars!! You know those books that within the very first page, you can just tell you’re going to fall in love. It’s the right book at ...