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Prey by Linda Howard
September 12, 2011 - Amy Phelps
New York Times bestselling author Linda Howard tells a story of a woman trapped in the wilderness surrounded by danger on all sides in "Prey."
Angie Powell has her back against the wall. Her wilderness guide business is floundering ever since Dare Callahan came to town and opened his own company. Now forced to sell her childhood home, Angie plans on relocating her business as soon as possible. Taking one more client to help pay bills until the property sells, is to help a client and his friend track down a black bear. But little does Angie know there's a man-killing bear on the loose and he isn't the only man killer.
Just as the trip gets underway, Angie is horrified when her client kills his companion in front of her. Now Angie is fleeing for her life, trying to get away from a human killer and an animal killer that all seem to be thirsting for her blood. Her salvation comes in the unlike form of Dare, and Angie finds she must trust him with her very life. As the two get closer, can they survive the deadly wilderness? This is a thrilling story of romantic suspense as Angie and Dare must fight for their lives and their hearts. Howard's fans will enjoy this new addition to her works.
"Prey" is published by Ballantine Books. It is $26 and 323 pages long.
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