Jasmine “Jazz” Parker, Jefferson County SWAT's only female sniper, can thread the eye of a needle with a bullet. But she carries a secret from her past that she thought she buried for good at the age of fifteen. Two years ago she even drove away the one man she believed she could love—ex-Army Ranger turned reporter Luke Montgomery—to keep her past hidden. Now, in a fleeting second, the time it takes for one clean shot, one perfect hit, to save the life of the governor's daughter, Jazz's world begins to crumble around her.
Luke splashes her face and name across the front page of the newspaper, reawakening her past with a vengeance. A vicious enemy is now bent on destroying her life, forcing Jazz to turn to the one man she can never have in order to stop a killer before she and everyone she cares about pays the ultimate price. Full of explosive action and almost unbearable suspense, In Her Sights is a relentless, steamy thriller surprisingly infused with soul and poignancy. AMAZON 5 STARS
What an intense, amazing book. Jazz has enemies, boy does she have enemies!! They don't just hate her, they have fiery, consuming hatred for her! And they all have different motives. At first it just seems like one is conspiring against her but the hits just keep coming and the enemies just keep coming out of the woodwork.
Jazz and Luke both really make for compelling main characters. They also have a "romance" that is unique to them. Jazz is flat out afraid to trust anyone; something she learned early in her childhood. Luke on the other hand has a loving family, who has his back. But that is not to say that he hasn't faced any challenges. To be honest, his feeling for Jazz was one of those challenges. And the story also doesn't go without having some really good secondary people in the story as well.
You want a book with action? Well, this one had PLENTY. It often kept me at the edge of my seat. Since I read a lot of books, that is not as easy as that sounds. This author is now on my radar and I will be looking for more of her books to read.