THE PREY
by Allison Brennan

January 2006
ISBN: 0-345-48023-6
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Former FBI agent Rowan Smith has found a new career writing best selling books. Rowan found it necessary to leave the FBI after one of her cases hits way to close to home and threatens her sanity.


Someone has noticed Rowan and when scenes from her best selling murder mysteries start becoming reality her friends are convinced that she may be in danger herself and urge her to see protection. As further incidents take place Rowan begins to wonder if she might be the ultimate target of this madman. Will she be able to confront her past to bring this person to justice?


Many people are trying to keep Rowan safe, LAPD, the FBI and finally her own private bodyguard who also happens to be a former Delta Forces officer with secrets of his own. John Flynn will do whatever it takes to keep Rowan from harmís way and in doing so he becomes more involved with her than her ever thought possible.


Allison Brennan has hit a major home run with her debut novel. With a well crafted plot and believable characters she has her readers eating out of her hand and begging for more when the last page of The Prey has been turned. If you like an edge of your seat story with a gripping pace that leaves you wanting more then look no further than The Prey. Allison Brennan is sure to have fans standing in line waiting for the release of the next two books in this series, The Hunt and The Kill. A remarkable debut!


Reviewed in April 2006 by Barbara.

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