Stumbled across this book at my local library. Haven't read anything by either author until now, but I know I'll read more. Of the two, Debra Webb's No Way Back was my favorite. I really liked the story in that one, and liked how the author developed the story and the characters well enough that you felt empathy for them and were interested in finding out just who Amira/Ami really is. (Is she really a CIA agent? What caused her amnesia, and why? Is Michal as evil as he seems on the surface?) I also like how Webb avoids the cliched writing that trips up a lot of writers in this genre. For instance, she has Michal react to Ami flinching away from him in one scene in the book by writing, "A blade of hurt skewered him as if he'd been run through with a sword." Which is leaps better from a similar scenario in another book I read that was written along the lines of, "His heart ripped from his body at her rejection. He didn't know if he could bear the pain." Ick. That kind of writing doesn't do it for me; has me instead reaching for a bottle of PeptoBismol to calm my heaving stomach. Gerritsen's story was good too, and she has this one line that I really loved, "With his arms crossed and his knobby knees jutting out at them, he looked like a disagreeable pile of bones." Wonderful! There are other well-written gems like that in her story, which kept me reading. I'll definitely be looking forward to reading other books from both authors.