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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Protecting His Witness by Katie Reus






Seven years ago she broke his heart…
Leaving Vincent was the hardest thing Jordan Alvarado ever had to do, but she had no choice. She never expected to come back, or for the smoldering attraction between them to ignite into a bonfire. But deep down, she knows he’ll never be able to understand or forgive what she did, and that being with him will only lead to heartbreak.

He’s not letting her go again…

Former SEAL Vincent Hansen never got over Jordan and the way she up and left him without a trace. When she reappears and explains what happened, he’s even more furious. He doesn't know what he wants from her, but when she’s targeted in a series of potentially deadly attacks, he realizes he’s never stopped loving her. Now he’ll do whatever it takes to keep her safe and convince her that she was always meant to be his.
 
Protecting His Witness is Book 7 in Katie Reus' Red Stone Security Series.This is the first book I have read from this author, and I have to say it will not be the last. You do not need to read the series to enjoy these books - they are able to stand alone but there are some visits from other Red Stone agents which make it worth your time to read the series. This is Vincent and Jordan's story.  Experiencing Vincent's emotions as he deals with Jordan coming back into his life was so vivid you almost forgot that you were reading a book. I love this book and it makes you feel that true love does exists.
 
The writing in Protecting His Witness is so smooth even when there are a lot of details that need to be included such as in the action scenes. I was able to keep up because Katie provides such great descriptions and I actually felt the action and emotions along with the characters. When Katie Reus writes the passionate scenes she knows exactly how much detail to include and how much to leave to the reader's imagination. If you are looking for a romantic suspense book that grips you from the beginning and doesn't let you go until the end, I highly recommend reading Protecting His Witness.