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  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Star (Aug. 30 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1451617364
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451617368
  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 10.2 x 17.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #147,152 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Amazon Customer on Feb. 4 2013
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Really enjoy this series, looking forward to the next one. I love reading about all the other couples from the previous books
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Pretty good, NOT Ms. Griffin's best! Sept. 6 2011
By tx cook - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
First let me start out by saying I am a huge fan of Laura Griffin. She doesn't "fluff" her stories. The characters are real and seem normal everyday types. SHe has alot of action and generally good romance.
This one has been my least favorite. Sophie is a little weak in my mind and her love interest is more worried about keeping her tucked away than solving the crime.
I will continue to buy her books...
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Snapped Aug. 31 2011
By Jess - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Talk about starting out with action right from the start. Sophie is on her way to sign up for college classes to help enhance her resume in the hopes of getting a promotion at the Delphi Center from receptionist into their PR department. As she makes her way across campus a gunman opens fire into the crowd of students and faculty. People are scrambling to get out of the way, and as Sophie finds a hiding spot, she sees a pregnant woman who was hit and lay dying while her young daughter sits there watching and crying. For as many great scenes and moments that are in this book, that's one that will stick with me. The initial randomness of the shooting is quickly investigated and Sophie's certain that more people were behind this than just the shooter, who killed himself once the cops located him on campus.

Jonah's on the case and his protective streak is running high with Sophie being caught in the middle. We first got a little bit of their story in UNFORGIVABLE, book 3 in the Tracers series, and we find out that their relationship never really got off the ground, so to speak. But the sparks are definitely there and as the case unfolds and Sophie finds herself looking over her shoulder at every turn, Jonah's there to make sense of the clues that are coming in and help Sophie stay safe.

The pacing of the story was fantastic. It starts out with a bang and I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. It's a great blend of action/suspense balanced so well with Sophie and Jonah's relationship. It never felt overloaded with action, but when the enemy attempted to tie up all the loose ends (aka Sophie) to complete his mission, I felt right in the middle of the scenes with Sophie as she dealt with all the craziness happening in her life. Never mind the fact that she was still trying to put her life back together from an attack that happened a few months back. Jonah was there for her then, he's there for her now and he'll do anything in his power to make sure she's protected.

I love that Sophie goes to Jonah when she needs to feel safe. When she's attacked outside her apartment, the first safe place she thinks of is Jonah's house, forget the fact that he's not even there, it was where she needed to be. They never really fought the attraction between them, but when Sophie becomes a very important witness to the entire investigation, Jonah has to tread carefully and not get as close to Sophie as he really wants to be until the case is wrapped up. But their relationship continued to grow stronger the more they were together and they came to need each other so much.

"You're not really still mad at me, are you?"


He brushed the hair out of her eyes. "Really?"

She nodded, and the hurt on her face made his chest tighten.

"Sophie." He kissed her forehead. "I need you to forgive me."

She looked at him for a long moment and he waited, anxious. He could hardly breathe for wanting this girl, and he realized he'd never had so much riding on one apology.

"I'll think about it," she finally said, and leaned forward to kiss him.

One thing that I've always enjoyed about each Tracer's book are the solid stories the supporting characters get. We not only get caught up with past characters, in this case especially Mia and Ric, but we get great introductions to the characters we'll be getting to read about in the future. Detective Allison Doyle has a strong role and we find out just enough about her to lead us into her book which will be up next.

I loved everything about this book and it's a big must read for all romantic suspense fans. The series is one of my favorites and I think this story is the best of the bunch so far. All the separate pieces and characters flowed together so well and even though I was cursing Laura Griffin for keeping me up WAY past my bedtime, I simply couldn't put the book down. And I love when that happens.

Blog Rating: 4.5/5 stars
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Gripping, action-packed, suspenseful and romantic; Another winner by Laura Griffin Aug. 29 2011
By michelle - Published on
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I first met Jonah and Sophie in Unforgivable and there was some definite sparks there so I couldn't wait to read their story. I was also very intrigued by the school shooting premise. The whole time I was reading, I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next--I wasn't sure where the author will take the story especially after the shooter shot himself in chapter three. But take it she did and after the highly charged beginning, I was at the edge of my seat the whole entire time.

The characters (main and secondary) were fantastic. But the character that stood out for me was Sophie who was very smart, stubborn and independent. Usually, stubborn and independent heroines tend to irritate me because most knowingly put themselves into stupid situations. Not Sophie. Danger seemed to find her. This girl went through a lot--from being being abducted in Unforgivable to being caught in the middle of a school shooting to realizing that someone was trying to kill her (after she was ran off a cliff and narrowly escaping her car in which the villain had planted a bomb). I knew and understood where she was coming from and why she did what she did. Jonah was great as well and he had his own issues, mainly fighting his intense attraction to Sophie who was convinced that the shooter may have an accomplice. He knew what Sophie had gone through and he didn't want to take advantage of her. She was also a key witness in his case. There is a reason why Ms. Griffin is my go-to author for romantic suspense and it's because she can write a darn good romance amid all the action and suspense--she balances the suspense and the romance so well. There was great chemistry between Sophie and Jonah. They were both fighting their feelings for each other for most of the book but when they finally got together, it's genuine and worth the anticipation on my part.

I guess my only complaint was that I felt I didn't get to "know" the villain. I felt he wasn't as sinister as I like my villains to be and he wasn't as well-developed as the shooter. Characters from previous Tracer series books make an appearance (like Ric and Mia from Unforgivable) which I like because you get an update on what they have been doing. New characters were also introduced like workaholic, rookie detective Allison Doyle and I hope she'll have her own book in the future.

Ms. Griffin takes you on a ride filled with twists and turns that will have you guessing until the end. Snapped is a gripping, action-packed, suspenseful and romantic read you won't be able to put down.

4.5 out of 5 stars

**Reviewed by Michelle for Michelle & Leslie's Book Picks blog review.**
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
SNAPPED by Laura Griffin Sept. 24 2011
By Suzanne E. Coleburn - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I'm like a lot of other people who say, "You MUST read Laura Griffin." SNAPPED is out of this world with thrills and chills and fabulous romance. It starts out with a bang--a sniper has opened fire on a college campus and three are dead, plus the shooter and dozens wounded. Sophie Barrett who works for the Delphi Center Crime Lab happened to be on the scene as she was going to register for some classes that day. Sophie is convinced that it isn't just a random act but no one believes her - not the cops, not her co-workers.

Jonah Macon, a detective is hoping Sophie is wrong about seeing someone else riding in the shooter's car. Also, he doesn't want to get involved with a witness either. Needless to say, Sophie is quite the looker with a body that knocks Jonah's eyes out. Sophie is determined as well as fearless and gets herself and Jonah into all sorts of compromising situations that makes her a target for the people who started everything in the first place. This book will keep you hanging by the fingernails. All the characters are finely drawn; the plot is mind boggling and keeps you turning the pages as fast as you can. Sophie and Jonah are dynamite. I wish I had a Jonah Macon to protect me! If you see a book by Laura Griffin grab it fast and start reading!

Suzanne Coleburn - Belles & Beaux of Romance
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Starts with a bang Sept. 18 2011
By Jill James - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
and doesn't let up. Sophie and Jonah are my favorite hero and heroine in a long time. They are well suited for each other and compliment the story. Loved the intense danger in this one. A very good read.

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