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    Love this book!

    Risk It All is a phenomenal romantic suspense by Katie Ruggle. Ms. Ruggle has provided readers with a well-written book. I love the characters in this book! Cara and her sisters are bounty hunters. Cara usually works on research but feels the need to bring in some skips on her own to help her sisters. Henry Kavenski is a murder suspect and has skipped but Cara is on his trail. Cara and Henry's story is packed with drama, humor, sizzle, action and suspense. I enjoyed every word of this book and look forward to reading more from Katie Ruggle in the future. Risk It All is part of the Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Enjoyed it

    I received this ARC for an honest review. This story is about Cara and Henry. Cara and her sisters are bounty hunters. Normally, Cara just does the research part not the field work when she is not at college for her teaching degree. After her mother skipped bail and used the house as collateral, Cara decides to help by going out in the field. She decides to do this in secret. Her first skip is an accused killer, Henry Kavenski. She tracked down his motel room and she breaks in to plant a tracker, but Henry catches her in the act of breaking in. So she played it off as if Henry was in the wrong room. Cara decides to try for a different skip, Geoffrey Abbott for tax evasion. When she goes to a seedy bar to watch for Abbott, Henry is also there. The bar is full except by Henry, so she decides to sit my him. Henry asked Cara why she is there and why she following him. She said that she is not following Henry but following Abbott. Henry said to leave Abbott alone. When she followed Abbott out of the bar, someone tried to run Cara over in the parking lot. Luckily, Henry was there to save Cara. There is so much more to this story. I highly suggest to give Katie Ruggle a try. I really enjoyed this book. It kept my attention and made me want more.
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    Fun Read!

    I had such fun with this book and Cara is going on my favorite heroine's list. She was sweet, adorable, and little bit of quirky. She also had a great attitude no matter what situation she was in. I'm usually all about the heroes but she was just as good as he was in this. Henry is the strong, silent type. He only showed hints of a smile when Cara would be cute with him. He seemed to get attached to her quickly and was very protective of her. I really adored these two. There is nothing better than finding a book where I loved both main characters. Despite how drawn these two were together, this is a very slow burn. Mainly because there was a lot of action in this storyline. Cara seemed to get into trouble pretty quickly and often, and Henry spent a lot of his time protecting her. I have not read the first book, which I am definitely going back and do, but I'm wondering if there is more information on the mom's situation in book one. There is enough mentioned in this one to not leave you lost though. Fun read!
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    I want a Henry of my own !

    Cara is the sweet sister who doesn’t really get physically involved in the family Bounty business but instead helps by doing background checks in between studying to be a teacher. Still after the mess their mother left them in Cara is determined to do more to help and decides to track down a dangerous man who hasn’t returned for his bail hearing but getting caught by him trying to get into his motel room is just the start of Cara’s problems ! Ok I’m going to be blunt and say I wasn’t impressed initially by Cara as she came across as juvenile and pretty much acted like a teenager with a really pathetic crush ! However yes there’s a but coming I soon realised that as part of a large family she was perhaps just a little more quirky than I expected considering she’s about to become an educator and when things go downhill fast she really impressed me . Now naturally we have a hero and his name is Henry and he is gruff, pretty much the strong silent type and actually also adorable and I want a Henry of my own ! The action was non stop and so intense that I almost wanted to read from behind my hands which should let you know just how much hot or not water this couple get into ! Fabulous characters and simply a very entertaining story so an easy five from me. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair
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    Reluctant bounty-hunter romance with first trace

    Cara Pax is a researcher not a bounty hunter, but with the sisters spread thin due to their mother stealing a priceless necklace and (probably) skipping bail they need all hands on deck. The trouble is Cara isn't particularly good and her first trace, Henry Kavenski, catches her breaking into his hotel room and Cara is pretty sure he didn't buy her flimsy excuses about looking for her boyfriend. After striking out with Henry Cara decides to try a simpler capture, which turns about to be anything but, weirdly Kavenski turns up at the same time as Cara is scoping out the local dive bar, and then rescues her from an attempted murder. Cara goes from scrape to scrape and Henry keeps rescuing her. I really enjoyed the first book in this new series, it combined humour, mystery and romance in a way reminiscent of Janet Evanovich's early books in the Stephanie Plum series. However, I didn't get the same warm fuzzies about this book. For me it felt like most of the book was spent with Cara and Henry on the run, getting captured, escaping, on the run, rinse-and-repeat. There didn't seem to be any advancement of the arc about their mother and the missing necklace. Here's hoping that the next book in the series goes back to more traditional bounty hunting. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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