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eBook Hunter's Pursuit ePub

by Kim Baldwin

  • ISBN: 0975492225
  • Category: Thrillers and Suspense
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Kim Baldwin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dare 2 Dream Pub (May 30, 2004)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1925 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1888 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 357


Hunter's Pursuit, . 5.

Hunter's Pursuit, . The mansion and its sprawling grounds were nestled in a river valley an hour away in the Catskills. Hunter studied the place for three hours through night-vision binoculars from a hillside on the adjacent property.

Hunter's Pursuit book. I always seem to be captivated by Kim Baldwin's characters. She does such a great job of building them up and making them very strong and likeable.

Hunter's Pursuit is as Good as the Genre Get. By Thriftbooks. com User, June 26, 2006. Hunter is an enigma - an assasin by trade, but with a gentleness that is enchanting.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When the hunter becomes the hunted…do you trust your instincts or your heart? A killer for hire.

Kim Baldwin's "Hunter's Pursuit" introduces a female character in a world normally populated by me. Kim Baldwin, a former network news executive, is currently working on her tenth novel for Bold Strokes Books.

Kim Baldwin's "Hunter's Pursuit" introduces a female character in a world normally populated by men. Kat Demetrious is known as Hunter. She's a confident woman who takes command in any situation. She has published six solo novels, four of which have been finalists for Golden Crown Literary Society awards, and one (Focus of Desire) that is being translated into Spanish.

When the hunter becomes the hunted do you trust your instincts or your heart? A killer for hire, Katarzyna Demetrious has grown weary of her violent and solitary life. Contemplating retirement, she has gone into hiding in her remote bunker home as a blizzard rages outside.

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Flight Risk, Whitewater Rendezvous, Force of Nature & Hunter's Pursuit.

Kim Baldwin's books: One Last Thing, Taken by Storm, The Gemini Deception, Demons are Forever, High Impact, Dying to Live, Missing Lynx, Breaking the Ice, Thief of Always, Lethal Affairs, Focus of Desire, Flight Risk, Whitewater Rendezvous, Force of Nature & Hunter's Pursuit.

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Punind Punind
This is one of the most well done "action" writings featuring female lead by a female author. Though I did managed to piece together the major twist in the book before its revelation, there were plenty twists to make this book unpredictable. If you read the sample and found the relationships for the female leads appear to be downright predictable and cliche, dont be discouraged. I read plenty of lesbians novel and enjoy action/mystery novels this is def. Going to my favorite book. I was literally sitting on the edge of my bed, feeling immersed in the book. The author provided a well paced and balance plot to keep me glued page after page. This was supposed to be a book I read over few days and I read it pretty much in one day. If you like action and enjoy strong female lead who happens to also love women, you wont regret buying this!
Felolune Felolune
Well what can one say when reviewing an artist of such magnitude? It's Kim Baldwin, a master of her craft. Her characters are deep and complex, plot steady and suspenseful, leaving you on edge thirsting for more and I do mean more.....I have never come across a book of Kim's which disappoints. Being a writer myself I can only dream of being able to carry off a story the way Kim does. Truly a writer I worship. On my bucket list to have her review one of my stories whenever I get brave enough to publish one. My recommendation is to grab a book from this truly talented author, doesn't matter which one, they are all great reads. If I could give a hundred stars I would!!!
Zeueli Zeueli
This is a well-written page turner about a female assassin who's trying to leave her old life behind.

Seems retirement from a life of vengeance and a cold, closed heart is fertile ground for a love at first sight, highly emotional lesbian love affair... what more could be as therapeutic for such a messy childhood?

Nothing like another woman's acceptance and affection to just open your heart and change you from villain to superhero... though one might conclude this former assassin is sexy in any role she takes on. I'd love to read the prequel...

I could really visualize this story so vividly that I kept thinking it would translate easily into a pretty good action flick. I read it over the weekend and had a hard time putting it down. It's not the sexiest book I've ever read, but overall, it takes you on a pretty good ride. There's some violence, but nothing over the top.

If you can suspend your disbelief about love at first sight (or touch)... it's otherwise rather plausible and paced for some decent suspense. Not too predictable. I very much enjoyed the snowy, remote setting... and Kat ("Hunter") is a pretty cool character.

This is definitely one of Bold Strokes Books better selections I've read so far... totally hit or miss with this publisher (which publishes many new/developing writers)... but this one is a definite hit. If you're looking for a good lez adventure story... pick this one up. It's a fun ride.
Cashoutmaster Cashoutmaster
I read this because I really love her story, Breaking the Ice. The plot for Hunter's Pursuit is a little further off my usual genres, but I really liked the way the characters in BTI were developed, so I figured I would give it a try. Unfortunately, these characters are not as well fleshed out. Like BTI, the characters are limited by circumstances to a very small setting. However, in this case that setting is so small that it limits their responses, resulting in a telling voice with a lot of character thought, rather than letting us get to know them through their actions.

Baldwin does come through when it comes to avoiding he Lesbian Must Die theme so common, and almost makes it to the point of keeping their sexual identity in the background, keeping in mind that they are stuck in a tiny little place together and attracted minds will go there regardless or orientation.

All said, still a decent light read.
Bluddefender Bluddefender
While I kind of enjoyed the book, it just want that great. The book was rushed but slow. I realize that sounds silly but it moved very slowly for a book that was about a bunch of killers-for-hire duking it out in the woods. They fall in love in about two seconds even though it seems that one of them is destined to kill the other and then it goes downhill from there.
I don't know why, but I would still recommend this book if you enjoy suspense...just not if you enjoy good storytelling.
I'm sorry to be so cruel, I'm usually a huge Kim Baldwin fan. This one just didn't do her justice.
Уou ll never walk alone Уou ll never walk alone
This is Kim Baldwin's first novel, and the first of her novels that I've read. When they talk about a page turner, this is the kind of book that's being talked about. I literally could not put this book down. I ended up staying up all night long reading because I wanted to find out what was going to happen next. Ms. Baldwin's rapid fire descriptions went back and forth between the characters keeping me breathlessly enraptured. There are no holes in this story that leave you wondering why the story line took a certain course -- everything is wrapped up neatly in the end. I was so enthralled with Ms. Baldwin's writing that I ordered her second and third book immediately after finishing the first.
Delari Delari
It's a fun action romance with enough intrigue to keep you guessing and enough action to keep the pages turning. A delightful and unique story of finding love even when three assassins are after you
It's a bit unbelievable. An assassin who's hyped up to be so good at what she does yet made novice mistakes. The romance, their conversations and interactions so juvenile.
It's irritating as I expected much more from this author.