Today’s book review features
The Catch by Lisa Harris.
After a harrowing attempt on a judge’s life at the courthouse, Deputy US Marshals Madison James and Jonas Quinn are tasked with finding a missing woman and an endangered child in connection to the murder of the judge’s wife. What seems like a fairly straightforward case becomes hopelessly tangled when the marshals discover that the woman they are searching for is in witness protection and the Amber Alert put out for the missing child has put two lives in danger.
Madison and Jonas are forced into a race to find the woman and the child before the men who want her dead discover her location. And in a final showdown that could cost her everything, Madison will come face-to-face with the person who murdered her husband.
USA Today bestselling author Lisa Harris concludes her thrilling US Marshals series with this breathless tale of secrets kept, lies exposed, and ultimately, justice prevailing.
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The Catch is the third book in Lisa Harris’s US Marshals series.
One of the things I enjoyed about this series was how it followed the same couple through the entire arc of their romance, yet each book in the series was its own mystery, laced through with plenty of suspense. In this third book, we see the final arc of the Jonas and Madison’s relationship as well as the solving of the crime Madison has been attempting to figure out through all three books.
I especially loved the mystery of this particular book in the series. The way multiple story lines wove together, all created by one other … it was a wonderful meshing of problems to solve! I also liked how Madison’s arc filled the down moments in the case. It all felt incredibly natural.
Overall, I’d recommend reading all three books at once. I struggled to remember where the pair were at in their relationship from one book to the next–a problem easily solved by reading all three books back-to-back. And what better way to read than to binge on a romantic suspense series? I highly recommend it!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell. 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.