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Kat Martin has definitely raised the bar as series go with 'Against the Edge'. The third book in the Against series has all the romance and intrigue as the Book 1 and Book 2, while keeping the readers sitting on the edge of their seats in anticipation of each next event as the pages are turned.
"I'm going to find my son. It doesn't matter if he's run away or if this guy Bridger took him. The minute I saw that picture, I had no other choice."
Set in the bayous and swamps of Northern Louisiana, Kat Martin has done her homework in describing the alligator and snake infested waters surrounding the compounds where Claire and Sam have been kidnapped and sequestered.
"He wanted to review each twist and turn along the route, memorize each meandering tributary that led to a dead end. It was like a maze in there, with only a single, nearly unnavigable route of entry and escape It was the reason the Bragg brothers didn't worry about guarding that side of the compound ..The channel continued to narrow, clogged with lily pads and downed trees. Jagged, moss-draped branches thrust viciously into the air. They passed wild eyed egrets and a haughty blue heron standing on one foot in the boggy water a few feet off to the right...tangle of cypress, the water dark and muddy...big, pattern backed brown snake draped over a branch...snakes and gators.
The suspense is great, and as in all romance novels, the hero is one special hunk. Ben, AKA Iceman, an ex-Navy SEAL, is determined to rescue his son and the woman he loves, at all costs.
"Claire's mouth went dry. She couldn't take her eyes off the thick pectoral muscles, flat stomach and sixpack abs. A patch of curly black hair spread over his chest and arrowed down his stomach to disappear beneath the towel. She couldn't seem to breathe. "
"Under different circumstances, it would be fun to discover what lay beneath her cool reserve. To find out if she would be a red-car woman in bed."
As with all of Kat Martin's books, the story is well written and the characters well developed. The plot will keep the reader guessing until the end. This is definitely a five star book.
"I found something while you were gone. A picture. I think it's Troy and his brothers." "Where'd you find it?" "I went through Laura's things, took another look at the album where I'd found Troy's photo. I thought I might have missed something, and I had."
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