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Title: Witness Pursuit - Echo Mountain Book 5 Author: Hope White Published: 9-6-2016 Publisher: Harlequin Pages: 224 Genre: Romantic Suspense Sub Genre: Love Inspired Series; Women's Fiction; ISBN: 13: 9780373447671 ASIN: B01CZ77R0G Reviewer: DelAnne Reviewed For: NetGalley Rating:
I received a copy of "Witness Pursuit" from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
GUARDING THE WITNESS
When Cassie McBride discovers a dead body in a rental cabin, she quickly becomes the killer's next target. Now the upbeat, chatty property manager is under the personal protection of police chief Nate Walsh—the living embodiment of the strong, silent type. Nate's tragic past has taught him that a cop falling for a pretty witness can lead to disaster. Dogged at every turn by the murderer, Nate must stay focused and not let his growing feelings for Cassie interfere with his duty. If there's any hope for Cassie—or a future for them—it's going to take all Nate's skill to not only keep her safe…but to keep her alive.
My Review of "Witness Pursuit":
Filled with the suspense that makes the heart to stutter and the reader shiver. "Witness Pursuit" has a well thought out plot and Multidimensional characters that hold your interest from the prologue to the epilogue. Take a break from the everyday and inter the world of Cassie McBride and Police Chief Nate Walsh as the run from a killer they can't find. Can they take him out before he removes Cassie from the picture permanently.
My rating of "Witness Pursuit" is 4.25 out of 5 stars.
I thought Witness Pursuit was a good read. Plenty of action and suspense. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 was I had a hard time identifying with the heroine at the beginning as she seemed too whiny about her family. She grew on me throughout the story so I'd still recommend it.