Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Saving Grace (Serve and Protect Series Book 2) by Norah Wilson

Ray and Grace Morgan had been married for over four years when out of the blue Grace breaks the news to her husband that she is leaving him, for another man.  Ray never saw it coming and Grace leaves town taking pretty much nothing with her.  A while after she leaves, Ray gets a phone call that will change his life over the next few weeks.  Grace was in an accident.  Her vehicle rolled and she was at the hospital.  What's worse is that even though she remembers most things, there are some important memories missing.  The biggest one?  Who and why she was leaving Ray for.  She has no memory of any other man in her life and cannot remember the events that caused her to leave.  Ray brings her back home to help her body and hopefully her memories recover, but has a hard time dealing with the fact that she was with someone else.  It brings anger and resentment to the surface, but he tries his best to do what he can for her.  Meanwhile, Grace doesn't completely understand Ray's distance towards her when she is still in love with him.  If only she could remember.  Then things start spiraling out of control.  Ray has a near death experience that raises suspicion about their vehicle being tampered with.  While the guys from the police department check it out, one of them finds a surprise in one of Grace's bags she was going to take with her when she was leaving Ray.  They find several thousand dollars in cash.  Where did the money come from?  The deeper things get, the more suspicion is on Ray and Grace while at the same time someone is trying to kill them.  They must tread carefully and hide so they can to find out who it is that wants them dead, and try to salvage their relationship in the process.

This book is for mature audiences.  It has some very adult scenes in it.  But the book is a good read.  It has the romance element as well as some action and drama.  I really liked the fact that it combined all of these elements together.  Not to mention the fact that there are several surprises in the book.  And to watch Ray deal with feeling betrayed by the wife he loved and Grace not understanding what is going on because she just can't remember.  She wants Ray back, but it is a difficult road for her.  Grace also grapples with the thought that perhaps even she doesn't know herself anymore.  Things have changed so much and she is just not exactly the same woman.  Ray realizes that some of this mess is actually his fault as well.  In the end, it all ties up nice and neat.  A very satisfying ending.  

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