The Most Important Catch Run or die She knew too much and she d seen too much And the police refused to help Knowing that she was to be the next scheduled death Kelly Campbell hid under head to toe black leather and a tinte

  • Title: The Most Important Catch
  • Author: Jaclyn M. Hawkes
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  • Page: 478
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  • Run or die She knew too much, and she d seen too much.And the police refused to help.Knowing that she was to be the next scheduled death, Kelly Campbell hid under head to toe black leather and a tinted motorcycle helmet and ran for her life.When the weather turned cold, she turned south.She ended up in North Carolina, home to one of the most famed and eligible NFL footballRun or die She knew too much, and she d seen too much.And the police refused to help.Knowing that she was to be the next scheduled death, Kelly Campbell hid under head to toe black leather and a tinted motorcycle helmet and ran for her life.When the weather turned cold, she turned south.She ended up in North Carolina, home to one of the most famed and eligible NFL football stars in the whole league only she didn t know that She thought he was a businessman Not being a huge fan, all she knew was that he was incredibly attractive, kind, generous, and that she was safe with him Or was she His brand of fame proved to be all but deadly, but his fame wasn t nearly as lethal as his attraction He kept her safe and protected All except for her heart.

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    1. This is the third book of Jaclyn's that I have reviewed. This book also happens to be just as good as her previous books. The story of Kelly and Robby grabbed me from the start. At the beginning of the book, we meet Robby, whose life as an NFL football player isn't as wonderful as you would think, especially as he is constantly being stalked by female admirers. Then we read about Kelly, and discover the reason why Kelly has to go on the run in order to save her own life. Robby and Kelly happen u [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book. I wasn't sure at first, when I read the synopsis. Not being a huge football fan, I worried that football would take over the story, but it was really just a tiny portion of this great, clean romance.Following the promptings of the spirit, a quick thinking Kelly was able to sneak away, when her life was in peril. She had discovered that the man she was dating, a doctor at the hospital where she worked, was not only selling prescription drugs illegally, but that he was [...]

    3. This was the first book by this author that I've read. It is written for an LDS audience and I recommend it to all my LDS friends. I really liked the characters. Robby and Kelly were both a lot of fun to read. Their relationship was sweet and believable. I had a hard time believing that a house could be renovated so quickly by one inexperienced woman (maybe I'm basing that on my own paltry fix-it skills. . . .). The suspense that came from Kelly's dilemma added just the right amount of angst to [...]

    4. Great book! The storyline grabbed me from the beginning, the suspense was more than enough to keep me turning the page, but I have to admit, the romance was lacking. I wanted more! Kelly was almost too level-headed about the predicament she was in, and I would have loved to see her lean on the Rocker a little more. But that's just me! Overall, it was a worth staying up late to finish!

    5. 4 STARS I have been reading a lot of her books the last few days. I have liked all of them so far. It does talk a little about LDS but not preachy. Is a clean read. Has some danger and tension. I love the characters. Kelly Campbell is a nurse. She saw too much and realized her life was on the line. She went to the police but could tell he was not going to do anything about what she saw and knew. So she faked her death is on the run. Kelly is 23 smart and brave. Her cousin helped her with old mot [...]

    6. This book is definitely targeted for the LDS market, though if the religious references don't bother you, I think you'll enjoy it. Book Description:Run or die!She knew too much, and she'd seen too much.And the police refused to help.Knowing that she was to be the next scheduled death, Kelly Campbell hid under head to toe black leather and a tinted motorcycle helmet and ran for her life. When the weather turned cold, she turned south. She ended up in North Carolina, home to one of the most famed [...]

    7. The only saving grace of this story was Rocker because I liked him immensely. Kelly became more and more annoying as I read because of her inability to see what was going on right in front of her face. The storyline of her escape and the crime that cause her to run had such great possibilities. But the author did not quite pull it off. Instead, she used it mostly to fill space. The rest of the space was filled with endless, mind-numbing details about the house: what was fixed, what was next to b [...]

    8. This book has NFL football players, psycho greedy doctors willing to kill, crooked cops, and beautiful girls dressed in leather chaps. When Kelly Campbell discovers the evil schemes of her boyfriend, Doctor Peter Holmes, she knows she must do something to save the abused mental patients at the hospital where she works. But when Peter finds her snooping, she must disappearfast.Kelly flees into the unknown on her cousin's motorcycle, praying to know what to do. She meets Robby (Rocker) Robbideaux, [...]

    9. 2.5 stars(A Kindle Freebie targeted for LDS market, although the religious references were not clearly stated in the marketing for the book.)When I read the blurb for this book, I was immediately drawn to it because of the football player sports-theme romance. It was an overall good storyline with two very likable leading characters. A nice mystery/suspense thrown in that kept the interest of this reader. There are two "real" kisses and some "friendly" dialogue -- no sizzle! All in all, a quick [...]

    10. Interesting story line, but poorly executed IMO. So much telling. And then retelling the same info from the other characters POV. It was dragging & I was so frustrated that I finally attempted just skipping towards the back, but got annoyed again. So I jumped right to the end, for closure. And who proposes to someone they've never really kissed? Strange. I'm hesitant to read more by this author, but she came so highly recommended I might try one more. O.O

    11. I LOVED this book! I couldn't put it down and I was sad to see it end. A fun, cute, and downright good, clean Romance.

    12. I have a lot to say about this book. This is a Latter-day Saint contemporary romance and I really do enjoy them. I'm a Mormon--if you didn't know--and I do like stories about my own peeps. The religious aspect is kept to a minimum and I also like that. It isn't drowning in stereotypes. The main characters just happen to be of a certain religion. That's it.The cover is pretty good. Matches the story. That's important. I would have liked to have had a cover with the gorgeous long red auburn hair t [...]

    13. (actual edition I have is a paperback book copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review)Believe it or not, this was actually my first LDS adult fiction romance novel and the cleanest one of the kind I recall ever reading (the kiss didn't come soon enough)! But then again, an LDS novel should have a modest content. Moreover, this was a cute blooming love affair story amidst a spur-of-the-moment-run-for-your-life-and-hide-because-a-crooked-doctor-is-out-to-kill-you kind of situation. P [...]

    14. The Most Important Catch by Jaclyn M. Hawkes is really a tale of two stories. The dominate, and most interesting, is the love story between NFL superstar Robby “Rocket” Robideaux and 23-year-old nurse Kelly Campbell.Many parts of their developing relationship were very well written. It reminded me of when I fell in love with my wife. The interaction between Robby and Kelly is at times sweet, while at other times, is it downright hilarious. Hawkes has a real talent for dialogue and humor. I f [...]

    15. Kelly Campbell is just a normal, beautiful 23 year-old. She's a nurse at a hospital for the mentally unstable. She is dating one of the doctors there. But one day a patient dies under very suspicious circumstances and it worries Kelly. She finds the patient's file as soon as she can, but it appears to be normal and when her boyfriend, Peter Holmes, catches her looking at it, he makes a remark about not digging too deep if she wants to survive. Unfortunately, the same thing happens again, to anot [...]

    16. The Most Important Catch is such a charming, fun, and relaxing read! I loved so many things about it: an NFL player, an adorable but complicated romance, beautiful scenery, LDS characters, and a home makeover.One of the first things that drew me in was the fact that one of the main characters was an NFL player. I'm huge fan of sports and always enjoy reading a book involving them. And football is one of my favorites! Jaclyn definitely did some research about the NFL and I feel that she perfectly [...]

    17. This was the first Jaclyn M. Hawkes novel that I've read, and I found it to be an entertaining story with very likable characters."She knew too much, and she’d seen too much. And the police refused to help. Knowing that she was to be the next scheduled death, Kelly Campbell hid under head to toe black leather and a tinted motorcycle helmet and ran for her life. When the weather turned cold, she turned south. She ended up in North Carolina, home to one of the most famed and eligible NFL footba [...]

    18. Sorry but I absolutely HATED this book! The protagonists are LDS practitioners (which I usually have no problem with) however in this story they come across as being utterly sanctimonious and bigoted! Robby the hero is slightly better, but even he repeatedly offers the opinion that anyone who is not an member is immoral! And as for the heroine she repeatedly tries to force her beliefs down other people's throats, at one stage she even goes to a Christian service of unknown denomination (criticis [...]

    19. When Kelly discovers that her employer is illegally dealing drugs, she also realizes her life is in danger. On the run from Chicago, she ends up stranded in rural North Carolina and is rescued by Robby Robideaux. Unaware that he is a famous football player, she finds herself quickly falling for him. Robby realizes that Kelly is hiding from something and provides an employment opportunity for her remodeling an old farmhouse he recently purchased. Inevitably though, everything she is running from [...]

    20. 3.5 starsThe premise of this book is a good one. I liked the beginning and the anticipation that built with Kelly and what she knew. Kelly is a smart one and very resourceful. I love the fighter spirit in her. She seems almost too good to be true as she can fix anything, build anything, move anything. She repairs and builds a whole house? Mostly by herself? Wow. And just by reading a book. That's some kind of girl, right? She cooks, she cleans, she bottles tomatoes and she rocks the formal wear. [...]

    21. I had fun reading this book. Kelly is running. She was a witness to pharmaceutical shortcuts in a psychiatric hospital that lead to the death of patients. Wearing leathers and a helmet she makes her way cross country on a motorcycle. She runs out of gas in a small town in South Carolina.Robby is visiting his newly purchased property when he comes across someone pushing a motorcycle on the side of the road. He finds compassion and brings the biker some gas. He doesn't realize that fate is tipping [...]

    22. I'm giving this read 3 stars because I finished it and, frankly, I loved the plot. However, two protaganists who are supposed to be the top 2% of their classes shouldn't be that clueless. Robby finds out there is someone trying to kill Kelly (the two protaganists in question)they have two weeks before the bad guy shows up and when he does, she has to run and they have no plan? Robby even has the gall to brag about his influence and money and they have absolutly no plan to protect her and resolve [...]

    23. Wow! The picture on the front of this book really fits with the character Kelly perfectly! Beautiful, fragile, but a very powerful woman who can take care of herself when her world starts to crumble around her. Then Enter Robby who is, how shall I put thisHOT!!!! He is very different compared to his teammates and is a very humble and loving character. Then put these two together, they were meant to be! But when Kelly is found by those who want to kill her and silence her forever, he has to let h [...]

    24. I've been wanting to read this one for a long time, and I was not dissapointed. I really enjoyed it. Action packed from page one, with romance sprinkled throughout. I thought the dialoge between the time was a little odd in a few places, I had to re-read a few sentences to make sure I had read it correctly the first time, but not too bad. It reminds me a ton of the swimming series Undercurrents by Traci Hunter Abramson which I just love. So if you've read those and enjoyed them, you'll love this [...]

    25. loved this light read with romance and suspense! The characters are real. Robby, the NFL football player for North Carolina Panthers and Kelly, the hot, smart nurse that is trying to do right by the patients at the retirement home that she works.The suspense comes when she discovers the patients are being used to try pharmaceutical trials on. She fakes her death when she becomes too nosey and a doctor and the psychiatrist think she is finding out too much of their doings. She rides off on a moto [...]

    26. I am excited to be part of the TOUR for this book. Check it out for more giveaways, reviews, and interviews. (thebookbug-hogan/p)This book was written really well. The story was unique and believable. I find it funny that the character Kelly is so obsessed with her hair. While worried for her life, she is terrified about the possibility of cutting or coloring her hair to help hide her identity. One funny aspect that I remember. Its not worth dying over.I was hooked until the very end with this b [...]

    27. Overall story was promising although it wasn't revealed so in depth.The hero Robby was OK,but Kelly except for her idea to run was overall frustrating and disappointing character.She was behaving like too naive and stupid gal after she started to work for Robby - you know for a girl who is hiding there was shopping in the town she was which was contradiction with her first time hiding her face from all,going to dinners or events with Robby.You know if you find a girl like her jack of all trades [...]

    28. I actually thought this was a pretty cute book. It had potential of being great, but was just a good, clean, quick read. I liked that it had such an unique storyline. I did struggle with Kelly at times. I still am not sure what her hang up was with Rocker being famous. He was an all around great guy. I think she was thinking she was not good enoughill not sure. The ending was a little cheesy but it was still cute. I am always a sucker for a happy ending. I must admit the "Doc" was creepy all tho [...]

    29. I completely loved this book! You know who the bad guy is from the beginning and you know what he's up to, but the suspense still builds to a manageable level. I love that! I also loved that there was suspense, but the main story was about a guy and a girl becoming friends and what happens after the truth comes out. They had great banter! My only beef was the 14 year old on the cover. Maybe she could be older, but she doesn't look 23. There were only a few noticeable typos, so not too bad! A gre [...]

    30. I hate it when I roll my eyes at the author of a book. I like to forget that there is an author as a get lost in the story. I also hate when my mind starts rewriting the story in my head. While the over all story of this book was good I found it hard to believe the character's choices and actions. I felt like the author would establish that the character believed one thing, and in the very next sentence that belief was contradicted. It was a mostly frustrating read.

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