Saving Grace (Serve and Protect, Book 2) by Norah Wilson
By Norah Wilson
After wrecking her vehicle and waking in sanatorium with amnesia, fledgling reporter Grace Morgan has no notion why she’d been within the strategy of leaving the husband she loves so dearly. Her husband, Police Detective Ray (Razor) Morgan tells her she used to be leaving him for an additional guy, yet that simply can’t be so. Can it? She’s made up our minds to recollect, whether it kills her. And it simply may well. whilst bullets begin to fly, Ray is compelled to take the spouse he believes faithless at the lam until eventually they could determine who's attempting to kill them.
Norah Wilson hits one other one out of the park with booklet within the Serve and safeguard sequence. --The Romance Reviews
"...a ideal mixture of romance and suspense."
"She (Wilson) combines characters that simply leap off the pages, a successful tale line and speedy motion to make this a true web page turner." --Sugarbeat's Books
About the Author:
Norah Wilson is a 3-time finalist within the Romance Writers of America's Golden center Contest and winner of the 2003 New Voice in Romance contest.
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