After three years in the witness protection program, Sadie Malone’s life in Texas is bland and humdrum—until she meets a new co-worker. Bowen Boudine ignites a flame in Sadie’s long-dormant heart, but when she discovers he knows her true identity, she attempts to flee. He thwarts her escape and reveals the reason he’s been sent to locate her. Bowen, a seasoned operative with International Retrieval Organization takes his job escorting Sadie safely back to California seriously, but quickly finds he’s falling for her. Can he maintain a professional relationship while he protects her from the crime boss her testimony helped to convict?
My thoughts: After watching one to many crime shows, I have wondered what it would be like to have to relocate and start from scratch with a new life and identity after going into the witness protection program. With Weep in the Night, readers have the chance to get a taste of what it could be like to have to start anew. I enjoyed getting to know Sadie/Debra as she struggled with making a new life for herself and learning who she could trust. The author does a wonderful job of keeping the story going and writing a suspenseful story filled with twists and turns. I liked that the focus was more on the suspense then the second chance at love, allowing things to develop naturally. This is an excellent story to pick up and enjoy!
I received this book from Celebrate Lit. This is my honest review.
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About the Author
American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis Award winner Valerie Massey Goree resides with her husband on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula of Washington State.
After serving as missionaries in her home country of Zimbabwe and raising two children, Glenn and Valerie moved to Texas. She worked in the public school system for many years, focusing on students with special needs. Now retired in Washington, Valerie spends her time writing, and spoiling her grandchildren.
Novels include: Deceive Me Once; Colors of Deceit; The Stolen Lives Trilogy, Weep in the Night; Day of Reckoning; and Justice at Dawn, to be released July, 2021. Valerie’s latest novel Forever Under Blue Skies, is now available from Amazon.
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Story ideas invade my mind at the oddest moments. One day as I sorted laundry, I thought how interesting it would be to begin a novel with: “I’d been in the Witness Protection Program for three years when my identity was compromised.”
The idea bubbled and churned in my mind for a while. When I sat down to outline possible scenarios, the ideas hit me like an avalanche. Why was she in WITSEC? Who outed her? I scribbled as fast as I could—yes, I’m behind the times and use paper and pencil to plot my novels.
And so IRO was born. The International Retrieval Organization is my topnotch investigative service, with unlimited resources and experienced operatives.
Weep in the Night is the first novel in my Stolen Lives Trilogy. IRO agents are the heroes or heroines in the series. Which agent will save the day?
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Weep in the Night sounds like a thrilling read and I like the cover! Thanks for sharing it with me! Thanks, Inklings and Notions, for sharing your thoughts! Have a spectacular week!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this book, it sounds like a thrilling read. I have purchased a copy and am looking forward to reading this story soonReplyDelete
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I would have to be careful not to read this in the evening or I wouldn't sleep!ReplyDelete