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    Romantic Suspense - 2nd Chance Romance

    Witness Protection Widow by Debra Webb Winchester, Tennessee #5 I really enjoyed this book and when I read a bit in the book that tweaked a memory of a book I had read previously I had to look up other books by this author and found out why “staying in a funeral home” triggered a memory – I had read book two in The Undertaker’s Daughter and Rowan and Brannigan are in that series though they play a much smaller part in this book. So…this book…is romantic suspense with a second chance at romance for Ali and Jax. They were very close in their early twenties but then something happened, they parted after six months together and were thrown together in this book as he, as a US Marshall, is tasked with keeping Ali alive until she testifies in a big court case. The two had a LOT to deal with not only with trying to stay alive but also dealing with truths and misconceptions from the past. Eventually they did find their HEA but it took some time and effort. What I liked: * Ali – strong, determined, survivor that deserved a HEA. I truly admired her. * Jaxson – a good man but definitely flawed. I had trouble seeing his point of view more than once but after he had all of the facts, he wised up a great deal. He is a good match for Ali * Bob – what a great dog! * the supporting characters * the plot and the writing and the tension * that it was not over the top * pretty much all of it except… What I did not like: * the Armone men – son and father * what Ali endured * the somewhat selfish side of Jax – or was it just immaturity Did I like this book? Yes Is it a standalone story? Yes Would I read more by this author? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin Intrigue for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars
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    Suspenseful Second Chance

    Take a bit of suspense, magnetic attraction, sexual chemistry, along with a powerful crime family and you have Ali and Jax’s second chance story in Witness Protection Widow by Debra Webb, book 5 in her Winchester, Tennessee Thriller series. When Allison James escapes her abusive marriage, she becomes the star witness against her deceased husband’s family. It is the job of the US Marshals to protect her; but Ali is concerned when it’s her ex-boyfriend Jaxson Stevens on the job. Keeping Ali safe should be a no-brainer for Jax, but as the danger to them grows and sexual sparks fly, Jax begins to wonder if he and Ali will escape her coldblooded in-laws alive. Ms. Webb wrote an emotional, suspenseful, and sexy story that should not be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, humor, and endearing characters giving Jax a chance to prove he still loves Ali and that there really is a future for them; together. I highly recommend Witness Protection Widow to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book
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    A Winchester, TN Thriller

    Witness Protection Widow by Debra Webb is the fifth A Winchester, Tennessee Thriller. Alison James will testify in four days against the Armone crime family if she can stay alive until then. U.S. Marshall Branch Holloway has Alison stashed in a remote cabin and is supposed to be with her for the final few days. But then Branch is injured in a car accident and calls in U.S. Marshall Jaxson Stevens. Jaxson does not know it is Ali until Branch hands him the file. She is the one he let get away and is baffled why she married into a mob family. Alison is leery of letting Jaxson be her protector because she does not want him harmed. She knows that Harrison Armone Sr. will do what it takes to see her dead before she can testify. Can Jaxon keep Alison alive to testify in four days? Witness Protection Widow is a fast paced novel. There is suspense, intrigue and romantic tension. This book can be read on its own if you have not read any of the other novels in A Winchester, Tennessee Thriller series. Characters from the other books do make an appearance for those who have read the other four novels. The point-of-view switches between Jaxson and Allison. I like getting both perspectives. We get to see how each person feels about a situation and how easily a comment can be misinterpreted. I like the fast pace of the story as Alison and Jaxson try to stay alive. I like Debra Webb’s engaging writing style. She provides just the right amount of imagery (not too much nor too little). There was the right blend of suspense and romance. My one complaint is that there were a couple of unanswered questions at the end. I wish there had been an epilogue to completely wrap up Witness Protection Widow. Be prepared to lose a couple of hours while you are busy reading Witness Protection Widow. Witness Protection Widow has hired hit men, a masculine U.S. Marshall, a malicious mob boss, a worried widow, and four frantic days.
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    A quiet look into the face of pure evil and coming

    I have to say that I think this one was my favorite so far in this series.  Ali, (Allison James) is such a compelling character.  Her strength of character makes her one of the strongest of heroines.  After enduring years of abuse both physically and mentally, Ali is ready to put a stop to the monsters in her nightmare world.  In making this decision she comes to terms that she might not survive and is willing to do what is needed to be done.  But when she discovers that the new US Marshal that will be protecting her is Jaxson Stevens, the man she fell in love with years ago, she is not willing to put his life at risk.When Jaxson Stevens discovers that the woman he fell in love with when he was just starting his career is the woman he is now to protect he has problems reconciling that girl with the woman that had been married to a monster. But there is one thing he is certain, he will keep her alive.As the clock ticks down to the finale, Debra takes the time to "flesh out" these characters. Little by little she adds depth and strength as she tells Ali's story.  Little by little you learn just how strong this quiet woman is. And little by little Jaxson becomes a hero we can root for.Yep, I think, for now, this is my favorite.  It isn't a heart-racing pounding thrill ride but a quiet look into the face of pure evil and coming out the other side.

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