Book Review | Texas Witness Threat

Texas Witness Threat JustRead Blog + Review Tour Welcome to the Blog + Review Tour for Texas Witness Threat by Cate Nolan, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

ABOUT THE BOOK

Texas Witness ThreatTitle: Texas Witness Threat Author: Cate Nolan Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense Release Date: January 1, 2021 Genre: Christian Romantic Suspense

She saw something she shouldn’t have… Assistant US Attorney Christine Davis is positive she witnessed a murder, but with no body, the police aren’t convinced. Now someone wants her dead, and Texas Ranger Blake Larsen is the only one who believes her. For Blake, protecting Christine must stay more important than their growing feelings for each other. But can he keep her safe from an unknown enemy who wants her silenced?

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Cate Nolan
Cate Nolan lives in New York City, but she escapes to the ocean any chance she gets. Cate loves to leave her real-life behind and play with the characters in her imagination. She’s got that suspense writer gene that sees danger and a story in everyday occurrences. She particularly loves to write stories of faith enabling ordinary people to overcome extraordinary danger.
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DANIELLE’S REVIEW

Texas Witness Threat by Cate Nolan takes readers to the heart of Texas when an assistant US attorney is nearly run over by a Texas Ranger after witnessing a murder. A murder no one but the ranger believes she even witnessed happening.

Christine Davis simply wanted to get out of a thunderstorm. But what started as a quest to seek refuge from the lightning quickly turns into a quest to find answers while trying desperately to stay alive. Ranger Blake Larsen senses something suspicious is going on when Christine’s boss doesn’t believe the upstanding attorney, so he agrees to protect Christine. But her insistence on investigating is like a dagger in Blake’s heart and it might get her killed.

I enjoyed this story. The beginning, with the storm and murder, was intense. And then, when no one but Blake believes Christine – even though we as readers also witnessed exactly what happened – it’s easy to get behind Christine’s desire to find answers and Blake’s questioning of what was really going on. The investigation kept twisting and turning so that it kept me guessing as much as it did them!

If you’re looking for an intense read with heartfelt characters, try Texas Witness Threat.


I received a complimentary copy of this book from JustRead Publicity Tours. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.


TOUR GIVEAWAY

(1) winner will receive a Texas Witness Threat and Christmas in Hiding (print or ebooks, winner’s choice)!

Texas Witness Threat JustRead Giveaway

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4 Comments on “Book Review | Texas Witness Threat

  1. Thank you for your review on “Texas Witness Threat” by Cate Nolan and for being part of the blog tour.

    On my TBR list and anxious for the opportunity to read it. Sounds amazing!
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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