Book Review: Saving Jamie by Carol Braswell

Saving Jamie 3-DTitle: Saving Jamie

Author: Carol Braswell

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Age Group: Adult

Rating: 4 stars

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Her secret can get her killed!

The only thing standing between Jamie and the Cartel is FBI agent Rex Garret, but he can’t protect her when she disobeys orders. When a dead body turns up and evidence places Jamie at the scene she becomes the number one suspect. Will he have to arrest the woman he’s come to care about or will he find her dead?

Can he save her this time?

Jamie Kenner barely escapes abduction alive, but at what cost? A traumatic head injury leaves what little memory she has left almost useless. An unlikely friendship with a reclusive, but kind rancher eases her pain and frustration. Yet something isn’t right. Fear haunted her. A secret is locked inside her head, dancing just out of reach…a secret someone is willing to kill for.

When I read Carol’s first book, Finding Amy, I really enjoyed it, and had no idea that I would enjoy the next book by this author even more. Saving Jamie is a thrilling, suspenseful read where things aren’t always what they seem, and with romance hiding just behind the corner.

Jamie is a great protagonist. She showed personality, courage, and sometimes a dash of stubbornness. Her life is in danger, and she’s traumatized by fear, but that doesn’t stop her from trying to find out the truth, and trying to unlock the secrets she’s hidden in her mind. I liked Rex too – he was sweet, caring, reliable, but also firm and confident.

The book was a quick read – it’s over three hundred pages, but it feels much shorter. All the characters are well-developed, and each of them has a distinct personality. Jamie was my favorite character though, since we get to spend most time with her.

Recommended to all fans of romantic suspense.

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