By Linda Howard
(Ballantine Books, Mass Market Paperback, 9780345506924, 416pp.)
Publication Date: April 24, 2012
Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Thirty-two-year-old Angie Powell has always spoken her mind, but in the presence of Dare Callahan she nurses a simmering rage. Three years ago, Dare returned home to rural Montana and opened a hunting business to rival Angie’s own, forcing her to close up shop. The infuriatingly attractive Iraq war vet even had the nerve to ask Angie out, not once but twice. Before Angie leaves town, she organizes one last trip into the wilderness with a client. But the adrenaline-fueled adventure turns deadly when Angie witnesses a cold-blooded murder and finds herself on the wrong side of a gun. Then a bear comes crashing through the woods—changing the dark game completely. Luckily, Dare is camping nearby and comes to her aid. Forced together for survival, Angie and Dare must confront hard feelings, a blinding storm, and a growing attraction—while a desperate killer and a ferocious five-hundred-pound beast stalk their prey.
Linda Howard is the award-winning author of many New York Times bestsellers, including Veil of Night, Ice, Burn, Death Angel, Up Close and Dangerous, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cover of Night, Killing Time, To Die For, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cry No More, Dying to Please, Open Season, Mr. Perfect, All the Queen’s Men, Now You See Her, Kill and Tell, and Son of the Morning, and co-author (with Linda Jones) of Blood Born. She lives in Alabama with her husband and a golden retriever.
“Survival of the sexiest . . . This is high adventure and nonstop romantic suspense.”—Bookreporter
“A pulse-pounding romantic thriller . . . with [Linda Howard’s] patented blend of sizzling sex, heart-stopping action and humor.”—RT Book Reviews
“Gripping . . . When it comes to romantic suspense, Prey is about as good as it gets.”—The Romance Reader
“For those readers who love adventure, and surprising twists and turns.”—Fresh Fiction