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Top Customer Reviews
The storyline that the author concocted was pretty decent, and I couldn't fathom its mystery, so yes, the ending did surprise me, even though I clocked that as this was a romance, there couldn't be 'another man'. However...
...the lack of passion between the leads made them and the tale tedious. NN was hot, fast-paced and sexy, and given the synopsis from this one, I was expecting more of the same. I didn't really feel that I connected with the leads, and I don't recall any physical description of either, which for me, is a big thing, so in my mind, she was dumpy and he was Mr Average, cop or no cop - which is a real pity, as I rated NN a 5* read.
So, I won't now be reading any more from this author, unless offered as a freebie,
Still, this was a hugely enjoyable read.
Grace Morgan left her husband Police Detective Ray Morgan, stating she was leaving for another man, but that very night is involved in a car accident and has no memory of leaving her husband or indeed another man. Ray is advised to not tell her this, as it could do more harm than good, but struggles as he still loves his wife but is dealing with feelings of betrayal, while Grace is confused and wondering why Ray has changed toward her. Soon other things start to happen and it appears all may not be as it seems.
It is very well written. You could feel the pain and confusion that both characters felt. How they were both struggling with the situation they had found themselves in, but still loved each other.
It got a touch silly when they were on the run and in disguise, but it was still a hugely enjoyable read that was probably more in the suspense side of romantic suspense than the first book.
I just wish, because it happens with every story with amnesia in it that the author had not felt the need to add in the pregnancy and "oh no who is the father, I have no idea" plot. it is seriously in every amnesia storyline I have ever read, and you just know it is coming. I knocked off half a star for that, as it is just so predictable
I felt really sorry for Grace as she really could not remember anything about her accident or her reasons for being in the car. I didn't warm to Ray early on as I thought he was being really mean but it was understandable. Once they go on the run it gets a lot more interesting. Well worth reading and I will look out for this author.
Conflicted and hurt he agrees with the doctor to help her recover these memories on her own. Ray is told to take a 2 week vacation to help nurse Grace back to health and straighten out their relationship. Ray cannot help but feel protective towards his wife even though, as Grace struggles to deal with her memory loss, he is constantly reminded of her betrayal, which is breaking his heart. Grace who has no idea of what she has done to warrant Ray's cold and distant behavior, is determined to find out the truth and win back the man she loves more than anything else in this world.
When they discover that someone is trying to kill them, it is more important than ever for Grace to regain her memory. This is an emotional story with twists and turns and secret desires and confessions. It is a suspenseful journey to uncover the truth where love really can conquer all!
SAVING GRACE is book 2 in Norah Wilson's To Serve and Protect series. You didn't have to read book 1, GUARDING SUZANNAH, to enjoy this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this book ,there was plenty of suspence mystery and sex in this book. It is a really good read . recommendPublished on 11 Jan. 2015 by mary doherty