Review: In Her Sights by Katie Ruggle

In Her Sights by Katie Ruggle

Synopsis and Details:

Five bounty-hunting sisters Deep in the heart of the Rockies fighting to save each other…and the men who steal their hearts

Bounty hunter Molly Pax fought hard for everything she has, turning the bail recovery business she shares with her sisters into an unqualified success. So when their sticky-fingered mother jumps bail and puts the childhood home up as collateral, Molly’s horrified. To make matters worse, every two-bit criminal in the Rockies now sees her family’s misfortune as their next big break.

She needs help, stat.

Enter rival bounty hunter John Carmondy: six feet of pure trouble, with a cocky grin to match. John’s the most cheerfully, annoyingly gorgeous frenemy Molly’s ever had the pleasure of defeating…and he may be her only hope of making it out of this mess alive.

Series: Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters #1   |  Genres:  Contemporary, Romantic Suspense  |  Release Date: March 26, 2019  |  Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca |  Pages: 336  |  ISBN: 978-1492662495  |  ASIN: B07HK4KGRG  |  Format: Paperback  |  Source: Purchased

Review with Rating:

Rating: 3 out of 5.

I was very excited to read In Her Sights because the idea of a bounty hunter business owned and run by a family of sisters had great appeal to me. There are five sisters and this story is focused on Molly Pax. Right from the start I liked Molly’s character. She was smart, tough, and feisty. She enjoyed the bounty hunting business and she was very good at it. She and her sisters had worked hard to build up the business as well as hold on to their father’s house, despite their mother being incredibly irresponsible and self-centered. That was until their mother decided that the home was hers to do what she wanted with and put the sisters into an impossible position where they would have to make a deal with the devil to try and save everything that they had worked so hard for.

As far as the sisters went, I loved everything about them. Molly was a hoot and even her frenemy relationship with John Carmody was entertaining. He was very persistent when it came to helping Molly and being there for her professionally which, incidentally, was my major dislike in this story. John had no depth! Why did he even really like Molly to begin with, other than animal attraction? I wasn’t even sold on any real attraction between them for a long time. What also took a long time was the actual hot and sweaty romance. That did not pick up until about the last quarter of the book. There were a few swoony moments with John at that point but it was nothing like I was hoping for or expecting. Despite my feelings on the romance element, I do want to see where this series goes and I am looking forward to reading the next installment in the Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters series.

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About the Author:

Author Katie Ruggle

A graduate of the Police Academy, Katie is a self-proclaimed forensics nerd. A fan of anything that makes her feel like a bad-ass, she has trained in Krav Maga, boxing, and gymnastics, has lived in an off-grid, solar- and wind-powered house in the Rocky Mountains, rides horses, trains her three dogs, and travels to warm places to scuba dive. She has received 4 Amazon Best Books of the Month and an Amazon Best Book of the Year. Run to Ground, the first book in her Rocky Mountain K9 Unit series, is a 2017 RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Award nominee.

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