Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Review: The Chase

The Chase
The Chase by Janet Evanovich

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nicolas Fox has been caught. After running from Special Agent Kate O’Hare for years, she is able to apprehend him and put him in FBI custody. Then Fox completes his most elaborate con. He convinces the FBI to team up with him to uncover and catch the world’s most untouchable criminals. Their current criminal is the former White House chief of staff who used his power and influence to steal rare artwork and artifacts. Nick and Kate’s newest assignment is to steal back a rare Chinese artifact that was stolen from the Smithsonian and return it before the Chinese government comes to retrieve it. Can they pull off this elaborate scam? What rules will Kate be willing to break in order to take care of this master criminal?

Readers who were taken in by Kate and Nick in The Heist will not be disappointed in this second book in the Fox and O’Hare series. The Chase has everything a reader can want: a fast pace, sexual tension, thrilling adventures and many plot twists and turns. Evanovich once again creates a book with supporting characters as interesting as her primary characters. Readers will laugh out loud at the conversations and antics of everyone involved. Fans of Grandma Mazur in the Stephanie Plum series will enjoy Kate’s father, Jake, as he helps Kate kick a** around the world. I can’t imagine anyone not enjoying this read and devouring it quickly.

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