Heartthrob bounty hunter Greg King knows how to work it--and he knows that he can have any woman he wants. But there's more to Greg than meets the eye...and he's still haunted by the memory of his beautiful, estranged wife. Much as he's tried to move on, he's never been able to stopstopped... show more
Heartthrob bounty hunter Greg King knows how to work it--and he knows that he can have any woman he wants. But there's more to Greg than meets the eye...and he's still haunted by the memory of his beautiful, estranged wife. Much as he's tried to move on, he's never been able to stopstopped wondering why Haley left him. Or what he could have done to make their marriage better--and make her stay...After putting a vicious criminal behind bars, Haley King had no choice but to leave her loved ones behind and enter the witness protection program. Turns out that, in her new life, Haley has once again found herself in serious trouble--and needs help from the only person she can trust: her husband. Now, as old secrets threaten to tear them apart and danger closes in from all sides, it's up to Greg to keep Haley safe...and convince her that this time, he's playing for keeps.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 28th 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Bounty Hunters (#1)
This book seriously took me back to when I used to watch Dog the Bounty Hunter on TV - though the plot was a bit too much for me. Greg is a bounty hunter who lost his wife - though later we find out she's really in the witness protection program. But wouldn't you know it, she just can't stay away...
It was a great book and I absolutely loved the King Family of bounty hunters and detectives :)the detailed review is posted at http://intellectualvixens.wordpress.com/2013/08/17/play-dirty-the-bounty-hunters-1-by-lorie-oclare/
DNFI plan on coming back to this book but at the moment it's not holding my attention.
Bleh. Sexist and irritating. Manly men and sex-kitten "ladies". The word lady should be used rarely--it's either formal or cheesily condescending and guess which one this was?