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  • Love Jack and Greta!

    While I’m a huge fan of all of Anna J Stewart’s books, my very favorite ones are her romantic suspense stories. Readers who devoured the previous three books in the Honor Bound series have been dying, and patiently waited (sort of!) for Jack’s story. That patience has been rewarded. Greta is a very interesting character who I took to right away, but some might feel the same as Jack’s temporary partner, Bowie, felt upon meeting her. She’s definitely eccentric...almost flighty in a way that artistic characters are often portrayed. But Greta’s life is filled with secrets, trauma and self doubt that affect all areas of her life. Her backstory is fascinating as well as heartbreaking, but I felt more inspired by her than I felt pity for her. Greta and Jack had that electric chemistry straight out of the gate. To me, that’s something more powerful than love at first sight. You don’t need to necessarily be looking for love to make that connection with someone. With its nod to my favorite Hitchcock movie, Guarding His Midnight Witness is a book I know I will both recommend and remember for its engaging characters, twisting plot line and wonderful storytelling.

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  • Loved This Interesting Heroine!

    I loved the idea of an offbeat heroine! When our hero, Jack McTavish is called in to checkout a mysterious 911 call, he interviews the witness and Greta says she "thinks" she saw a murder but her train of thought is constantly diverted and she is always leaving the room or loosing her train of thought so Jack and his partner (who thinks she's kooky), almost write it off to a psychotic loony! But, Jack's gut has never steered him wrong and although he's just coming off rehab from a gunshot wound, he decides to follow through on this case without a shred of evidence! Greta knows there is something different about Jack than other people she's met but with her "dark" background, she can't get close to him. However, she has to make him believe that she really did see a murder! So many interesting things to love about this book and I especially loved that characters from former books in the series came back! Such an enjoyable story to read! Greta is indeed a different heroine but that's what made it interesting!

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  • Romantic Suspense

    Returning to your job as a detective after months of rehabilitation for an almost fatal gunshot wound to the chest, Detective Jack McTavish wants to let everyone know he’s back and ready to get back to business. His only problem is the rookie he’s been partnered with, Bowie, and the first call they pull. An artist, Greta Renault, who thinks she’s seen a murder. Following up on the 9-1-1 call, Jack’s gut tells him she’s absolutely seen something, but when no body is forthcoming, Bowie wants to close the case as unfounded and note that the RP is crazy! Jack has other ideas. What do you do as an artist when people think you’re not all there? How can you get them to believe what you know you saw? As Jack and Greta get to know each other more intimately, he realizes that someone is setting Greta up for a fall. As the pace of the story begins moving at lightning speed, Jack and Greta realize they must rely on themselves, but when a Greta’s attorney betrays her, is it too late? I loved this book. Lots of twists and turns, and OMG, the epilogue…What a revelation!! Don’t peek though…the book is worth a full read!

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