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Publisher's Summary

Ex-FBI sniper Shane Quincy is just trying to survive one day to the next since his wife's death two years ago - a death he blames himself for. The last thing he needs is to have the daughter of America's most infamous mob boss move into the apartment across the hall.
Rachel Valentine is on the run from the only "family" she's ever known. When Shane Quincy saves her life, she has no choice but to tell him who she's running from, even though she knows it'll make him the mob's next target.
©2011 Liliana Hart (P)2013 Liliana Hart
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3 out of 5 stars
By HaloLove on 09-24-14


This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Hmmm...maybe this story is for someone who loves the whole damsel in distress read.

What other book might you compare Catch Me if You Can to and why?

Most books in this genre is like this story.

1. Incredibly perfect damsel in distress, desperately needs to be rescued but acts as if she doesn't.

2. Tortured heroin comes to the rescue. In love with damsel within hours, vice versa.

3. The performace was just a bit off because of the weird voice change when it was guys who were speaking. Not bad but off somehow.

4. Very predictable and the women were useless! Not even a decent fight scene. - pouts-

5. Sugar!! I was so sick of hearing that! LOL

This isn't a bad story. It's actually incredibly entertaining. It's just very generic. Especially as Ms. Hart raised the bar to new awesome limits in this genre with Addison Holmes and J.J. Graves.

Would you be willing to try another one of Brian Nishii’s performances?


If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Catch Me if You Can?


1. Female heroine would need to actually be able to kick butt herself.
- it was so pathetic she was restrained to her bed and had to be rescued.
- and why not just slit her throat? (sorry if that sounds cold) but the job would have
been done quickly n silently. She could have survived that too.
* it would have been so much better had she come from work or shopping late
and attacked in her apt / she puts up a serious fight. One so bad, the attacker
is injured and has to knock her out in desperation, cuff her, then set fire.

2. So bummed she didn't get to her best friends in time to save them. Why does
everyone except key characters have to die?? Her sadness over there death, mute.

3. Sugar needed not be used at all unless in coffee or cheerios. Grrrr.... I hate that
Super Alpha male attitude. LOL

4. I was hoping Female FBI Agent was actually working undercover somehow but she
was just.... Eh.. like the female heroine.

5. In this genre, MOSTLY the beautiful women are the ones who are rescued and having
the male heroine ready to die for them.

Regular chics want to be rescued by the handsome guys too. LOL

Any additional comments?

Like I said before, the story is entertaining but it was very predictable and Ms. Hart has ruined me for life with Addison Holmes (I cry n laugh so hard when it comes to that series) and J.J. Graves (I fell in love with FM romance again because of that serirs).

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3 out of 5 stars
By Gretchen on 10-01-13

Eh, Mediocre

Three stars is a generous rating - 2 1/2 is more accurate.

Catch Me is a formulaic girl-needs-rescuing-from-super-hunk-with-tortured-past story that is not particularly well or poorly written. The daughter of a dead mob boss goes on the run from her mob uncle with an ex-soldier, ex-FBI hunk. The two, of course, 'cannot' have a relationship but nonetheless fall into bed and fall into love within a day or two of meeting.

It has one twist at the end, but is otherwise entirely predictable. I wasn't invested in the characters so it didn't have much punch. The characters had pasts, but no depth. No interests or personality quirks - or personalities for that matter. I couldn't come to care about these two flat characters, in a predicable story, based on an overly used premise.

Overall, it's better than nothing, but keep looking if you have time.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Carien on 07-25-16

Running till the end

Different in some ways to Ms Hart's writing in that it is far less steamy and yet, the suspense and danger which is always laced through her work is telltale.
Two strong and damaged characters who both need saving but refuse to admit that they need help, make for an interesting read.
It is filled with drama and suspense till the end.

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