The Sniper, releasing September!

Yesterday, I unwrapped my Romantic Times magazine and eagerly flipped to the series section to discover that my September Harlequin Romantic Suspense, THE SNIPER, received four healthy stars!

THE SNIPER (4) by Kimberly Van Meter: When Jaci Williams’ life is threatened, her ex-boyfriend, Nathan Isaacs, steps out of the shadows to save her. Nathan then kidnaps her because he needs to protect her. A sniper with an underground government agency, Nathan’s past has caught up with him and Jaci’s now a target. Jaci is still angry with Nathan since he callously broke up with her months earlier. Nathan felt it the best thing to do in order to keep her safe. Now he struggles with keeping his feelings for Jaci at bay as he shields her from danger. Van Meter does an expert job maintaining the suspense and mystery throughout. A tough, brave hero, a spunky heroine and the red-hot passion and thick tension between them combine to make an entertaining read.

I’m most pleased with this review because I’ve been hit and miss with the RT reviewer in the past. This book was a lot of fun to write, with many little twists and turns, and I hope my readers enjoy this story as much I did. There’s also a sequel in the works, entitled, MOVING TARGET, which follows Nathan’s younger brother Jake, so make sure to keep an eye out for that one, too in March 2014.

8 thoughts on “The Sniper, releasing September!

  1. Loved “The Sniper” but your oroof reader did a terrible job. Jaci’s name was called Jase many times. They need to check spelling alittle better

  2. I am really open to books on Alaska since I lived there 22 years. Could you please put where your books like THE SNIPER take place?

    • The Sniper takes place in California but I have a whole series that takes place in Alaska. If you check my books page, you’ll find them. :-)

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