* Review * IN HER SIGHTS by Katie Ruggle

* Review * IN HER SIGHTS by Katie RuggleIn Her Sights by Katie Ruggle
Series: Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters #1
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on March 26, 2019
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four-half-stars

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.

 

Lots of excitement right off the bat! With the kick off of a new female bounty hunter series, Katie Ruggle snagged my attention quickly and kept me riveted to the action throughout. The characters are easy to like and the extended cast brings humor and potential to the forefront. There’s a bit of a cliffhanger at the end, so I’m looking forward to the next book in the series to find out what’s going to happen!

Molly Pax and her four sisters have worked hard to make their bounty hunting business a success, but all it takes is one underhanded move by their criminal mother and it’s all about to go under! It seems she has jumped bail after her biggest crime yet … but not before using their house as collateral.

Rival bounty hunter John Carmondy just so happens to be sweet on Molly and he’s willing to help without question when he learns their mother has gotten them into a mess that’s bringing danger to their doorstep. It doesn’t take Molly long to realize what a great guy she has at her fingertips … but can a relationship between two rivals ever really work?

four-half-stars

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