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Saving Grace (Serve and Protect Series Book 2) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Norah Wilson
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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.

Biographie de l'auteur

Norah Wilson lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada with her husband and two adult children, a Rotti-Lab mix dog and numerous rats (the pet kind). She has been writing romance a long while, and has finalled multiple times in the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart contest. She also won Dorchester Publishing's New Voice in Romance contest in 2003. Norah has a romantic suspense with paranormal elements title coming out from Montlake 6/19/12. In addition to romance, Norah also writes young adult paranormal stories with writing partner Heather Doherty, under the name Wilson Doherty. She and Heather also write the hilarious Dix Dodd mysteries under the name N.L. Wilson.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 420 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 227 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0987803735
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  • Editeur : Norah Wilson (17 août 2010)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Just loved this book 7 juillet 2014
Par Mia
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Saving Grace is a book worth reading, and I was sorry when I finished it.
There is a good mixture of suspense and romance, and erotic enough to
keep the pages turning. I am looking forward to my next buy from this Author.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Emotionally gripping RS! 27 août 2011
Par maldivianbookreviewer - Publié sur
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Saving Grace is book 2 in the To Serve and Protect series by Norah Wilson. If you have already read book 1 i.e. Guarding Suzannah, you would have already met both Ray and Grace Morgan who were a couple even then. At first, I was surprised to know that book 2 would focus on Grace and Ray, a couple who already seemed to have everything going for them. Little did I know that there was indeed a story worth telling, and a lot of hurdles to be crossed before they both could embrace their love for each other in the truest form.

Saving Grace starts at a point that we rarely come across in romance novels. Ray who is reeling from the bombshell that Grace, his wife of 4 years has left him for another man gets the news that Grace has been involved in an accident. Helpless to do anything else, Ray makes his way towards the hospital, reluctant as he is to put his already bruised and battered emotions on the line. There he finds out that Grace has no recollection whatsoever of leaving him, nor that of her association with any other man apart from her husband.

Nursing Grace back to health as she struggles to deal with her memory loss seems to be the cruelest form of torture for Ray who can't help but feel protective towards his wife even though his heart practically bleeds every time he lays eyes on her. Grace who has no idea of what she has done to earn that cold and distant aloofness that she finds in Ray's eyes is determined that she wouldn't lose the man she loves in this world above everything else.

When Ray comes face to face with the fact that both their lives are in danger, and that there is no way of identifying the threat as long as Grace's memory keeps eluding her, both of them are forced to go into hiding to figure out what to do and to evade those who are hellbent on seeing them buried six feet under. It is this period of forced intimacy that proves to be the pivotal point in the healing process of their relationship, a journey that just left a permanent lump in my throat as I read along.

I loved the way how Norah managed to completely surprise me with this one. I was prepared for more of the same as Guarding Suzannah when I picked this one up. But boy, was I proven wrong right from the first page itself when emotions seeped right through my e-reader and made me impatient to find out every little bit I could about both Ray and Grace. In the end, I couldn't have asked for a better story, nor a better or more fitting ending for a couple who literally goes through emotional hell and back to finally reach their very well deserved happily ever after. And for someone who rarely cries over books or movies, Norah definitely managed to do just that to me today.

The one thing that totally made the book for me was Ray's character. From the first page itself, oh wait let me backtrack, ever since I encountered his character in Guarding Suzannah, I have been dying to know what would make the overly polished and controlled Raymond Morgan tick. And Norah certainly delivered on all counts with his character as he totally and irrevocably laid seige on every single emotion I had left to spare and then some. He is tender, generous, kind and on top of all that the way he takes care of Grace even when his heart is being torn into pieces just makes him one of the best heroes ever! And when he does finally let go of his legendary control in the bedroom, all my senses joined up and chanted, "Oh yes Ray baby, you should let go more often!".

Grace's character is not one to be left behind as I gush on about the things that worked for me. When I started reading, I was totally prepared to hate Grace's guts cos in my world, there is nothing worse than hurting a delcious hero for whom my heart just bleeds. But then again, I should have known better and from the moment Grace finds comfort in Ray's arms whilst at the hospital, I knew absolutely that there was no way that this woman could hurt the man she loves intentionally. I found myself in awe of the way Grace shaped up to a totally new and better version, one with a backbone of steel that earned my wholehearted approval as she sets out to right what she has done wrong and of course make Ray give ALL of himself to her.

Recommended for fans of delicious heroes, fans of romantic suspense and of course fans of the series and Norah Wilson. This is a series that I have a feeling will just continue to get better with each book!


Reviewed by Maldivian Book Reviewer (MBR)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 We all build shadow worlds 20 juin 2013
Par Leiah - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Saving Grace (Serve and Protect Series)

Saving Grace was a surprise to me. When I have read other 'romantic thrillers' I have usually found them not so much about the thriller as the romance, with sometimes sketchy effect. This little novel was different. It did do the romance, but it was heavy on the thriller, which suits my particular tastes.

What I felt was a great deal of respect for the author. Grace and Ray have been married for nearly five years. But what they don't know about each other could fill volumes. In the end, while the thriller and romance writing was very good, what really impressed me is how well Norah explored the manner in which people can live together, love one another, and yet know next to nothing about who each person truly is. While Grace and Ray are on the run, as well described in other reviews, what I found the most interesting about her writing is how she took two people and opened them up to the reader, telling a story of how we can build a shadow life for ourselves, living within a mythical self-portrait - and how that shadow life can nearly destroy both you and the people you love. Another thing I liked very much about the story, in this same vein, is the growth of Grace as a person as she began to walk out of that shadow and find herself as a person. Very cool.

In the long run, Grace saved Ray as much as he saved her. Nice!

The amnesia portion of the book is well researched and realistic, unlike other books that plunge into the murky waters of the far-from-common total amnesia, Norah handles the situation with an extremely deft hand.

Overall, this book was a very nice way to fill a few hours. The characters are highly believable, the story line interesting and not overdone. If you like romances, light thrillers, and books that allow you to see a great deal of personal development in the characters, you can't go wrong with "Saving Grace."

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Book 2 of an outstanding series - a page-turner!! 24 avril 2011
Par Sugarbeat's Books - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
Take a heroine with amnesia, a police officer hero, wads of cash and a mystery and you get Saving Grace. Be sure to read this second book in the To Serve and Protect Series.

We start this book with Ray Morgan being drunker than a skunk because his wife has left him. He gets a call letting him know that his wife has been in a serious accident and he needs to come to the hospital. It's an interesting way to start a story - already part of the way into the tale. It seems that Ray and Grace - whom everyone thinks is the perfect couple - have split. Grace has announced that she is leaving and Ray can't talk her out of it. Now Ray is put in the position of caring for an injured wife who has told him she doesn't want to be married anymore, but who has amnesia and can't remember any of that.

Saving Grace is book 2 of this author's To Serve and Protect series. I have previously read the first book in the series and it isn't necessary to read the first book to understand the second. I like this author's writing style. She creates a suspenseful romance that is written in a smooth flowing fashion. The story progresses nicely without any plot holes leaving the reader dangling and the mystery aspect of the story is well thought out. The reader is gradually drawn through the story in a methodical way.

The characters of Ray and Grace are well formed characters. The chemistry and the love between them sparkles. I like the way the author allows the events of this story to have them grow as "people". Grace goes from being a somewhat dominated wife to being a force in her own right. Ray goes from being a hardworking police officer and somewhat dominant husband to being a drool-worthy, action-packed hero.

I look forward to the next book in this series, Protecting Paige.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Waste of Time! 24 juillet 2013
Par Ruth E. Bradley - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This was supposedly a mystery and it seemed to be a fairly good, interesting one--at first! All the very explicit sex absolutely ruined the story. Ray & Grace seemed so over-sexed that it came BEFORE worrying about the fact that someone was trying to kill them. That's way too much bad fiction to make me believe the story. I gave it some time but deleted it at 62%!!!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Saving Grace 4 juillet 2013
Par AbbieCat - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Thought this was more of a romantic suspense but it was heavy on the romance meaning lots and lots of explicit sex and little suspense. He was a little slow on the uptake as a cop. Downloaded another by this author but have had enough with the sex. Sorry to the author but this should be listed under romance not mystery/thriller.
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