Saturday, May 31, 2014

Guarding Grace (The Brannigan Sisters) by Terese Ramin Review

Title: Guarding Grace
Series: The Brannigan Sisters
Author: Terese Ramin
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 218
Price: $2.99
Thoughts: Great romantic suspense.

Book Synopsis:

Protecting a witness targeted for a mob hit is the job of a U.S. Marshal; getting distracted by the subject’s landlady is not. But distracted is exactly what Mal Kwarles gets by the honey-blonde single mother of four.

Muggers and heroes beware. If you sneak up on Grace Witoczynski, she will knock you to your knees with keys locked between her fingers. She has a family to support, kids to raise. She doesn’t have time for complications, but she might not mind a little assistance from good male role models—especially one who lights fires of longing in her.

When a potential killer stalks Grace’s family baseball games, Mal knows he must protect Grace and her family, right down to taking on the mob, even if it means sacrificing his life…

Guarding Grace


Terese Ramin has a writing style that just flows across the page, making her books hard to put down. Guarding Grace is no different. The smooth writing style will leave you saying, "Just one more chapter." I found this to be a really good book and would recommend it to anyone that loves romantic suspense novels.

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