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Saving Grace by Norah Wilson

Saving Grace
(Book 2 in the Serve and Protect Series)
By Norah Wilson
Published August 17, 2010
Courtesy of Author

After wrecking her car and waking in hospital with amnesia, fledgling reporter Grace Morgan has no idea why she’d been in the process of leaving the husband she loves so dearly. Her husband, Police Detective Ray (Razor) Morgan tells her she was leaving him for another man, but that just can’t be so. Can it? She’s determined to remember, even if it kills her. And it just might. When bullets start to fly, Ray is forced to take the wife he believes faithless on the lam until they can figure out who is trying to kill them.


Where to start, where to start. I have come to the conclusion that I shouldn't even start reading a Norah Wilson book without having the time to sit down and read it with no interruptions. My husband found that I can become very snippy if he interrupts my reading of her books. I really enjoy romantic suspense novels and this definitely falls into my top five in that category. It probably has something to do with the fact that the guys are cops and being that my ball in chain is one I tend to love these types of stories. Well enough about how great I find Norah's books, let's get into some reviewing shall we?

We are introduced to Ray and Grace Morgan from Guarding Suzannah. They seem like the perfect couple. At the beginning of this book, we are thrown for a loop when Grace tells Ray that she is leaving him for someone else. So while getting nice and drunk, not thinking it could get any worse, Ray gets a call from his boss, Quigg (who we met in the first book). Grace has been in a car accident and is asking for him. After Quigg convinces him to go see Grace, he realizes quick that she can't remember what has happened the past couple days. Not knowing what else to do, Ray brings Grace home to help her heal in the hopes that she will remember her lost memories. It becomes perfectly clear how important it is that she remembers when bullets start flying and his and Grace's lives are on the line.

Grace has no clue why Ray is being so distant. She can freeze ice cubes on his shoulder with how cold his is being towards her. When she tries to make a pass at him, Ray finally tells her the last thing she would think would come out of his mouth. She had an affair with someone else and was leaving him when she got her accident. Tired of being stepped on and treated with kid gloves, she decides to put her big girl panties on and deal with her situation. The more she finds out, the more their lives are put in danger. What is she not able to remember that is putting their lives in stake and can she protect her and Ray's heart from getting hurt again in the process?

I love when I get to that pivotal point in Norah's books where my heart is racing from the action that is going on. Oh and I'm pretty sure at one point I was talking to myself while reading I was so into the book. At least my husband wasn't around to give me weird looks or point out that I am a weirdo. ;) Thanks Norah for such a great series so far!!!!!



I really liked the play between the two characters. It was smokin' when they finally got to get it on! ;)

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