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  1. Penny Griffin Penny Griffin says:

    His Witness, Her ChildJuly 22, 2001Ann Voss Peterson s second Intrigue, His Witness, Her Child, is an action packed story that falls short of her remarkable debut, Inadmissible Passion Jacqueline Schettler s ex husband was going to be the star witness in a high profile murder trial His murder destroyed Assistant District Attorney Dillon Reese s case Now he needs the testimony of Jacqueline s daughter, the only witness to her father s murder Dillon had promised to keep her ex safe Did Ja His Witness, Her ChildJuly 22, 2001Ann Voss Peterson s second Intrigue, His Witness, Her Child, is an action packed story that falls short of her remarkable debut, Inadmissible Passion Jacqueline Schettler s ex husband was going to be the star witness in a high profile murder trial His murder destroyed Assistant District Attorney Dillon Reese s case Now he needs the testimony of Jacqueline s daughter, the only witness to her father s murder Dillon had promised to keep her ex safe Did Jacqueline dare listen to the cowboy lawyer when he said he could protect her daughter from the killer who now wanted her dead His Witness, Her Child is a hard book to review, not bad but not close to being what it should There aren t any huge problems There are many little ones that undermine the story As a mother, watching Dillon put Jacqueline through this ordeal for his own selfish motives and the ultimate revelations about his past only makes them seemselfish was painful I find it hard to sympathize with a hero when he makes the heroine s life evenmiserable than the villain does Perhaps Peterson did too good of a job portraying Jacqueline s panic and desperation, because I was rooting for her to get away from this guy Forget justice She had every right to try and save her child.Very little in this story rings true Every time they discuss Dillon s Texas roots, he tends to speak with an accent, something he never does at any other point in the book Inconsistent characterization isn t limited to Dillon Jacqueline s reaction to certain characters in the epilogue doesn t square with the way they were portrayed through the rest of the book at all This is especially egregious with one character Dillon and Jacqueline s relationship is also strangely lacking in passion The only time they demonstrate any fire is in the sex scene, which feels obligatory and seems to come out of nowhere It feltlike they were having sex because this is a romance novel and romance novels are supposed to have sex scenes, not because they were that inspired The author s choice of similar names for her characters Kit and Britt, Janey and Jancey , occasionally slows the pace There were several instances when I had to go back and read a line to remember who was Janey and who was Jancey, in particular I thought her name was Janeyno, wait This is that other woman The ending also isn t much of a surprise His Witness, Her Child isn t a bad book by any means The story flows smoothly There s plenty of action Jacqueline is a strong and sympathetic heroine There are just so many little flaws that I had trouble getting past Other readers may not have the same problems


  2. Angie West Angie West says:

    Repeat words made this tedious to get through in spots This is the first Harlequin book where I ve seen so many repeats the word little, for example, or the hero s black eyes and redundancies I also agree with the reviewer who pointed out the cliches And there were so many places where it felt like ideas were overdone just to up the word count For example It was worse than that Much worse She understood She understood perfectly Even if he didn t mean to put Amanda at risk, even if he Repeat words made this tedious to get through in spots This is the first Harlequin book where I ve seen so many repeats the word little, for example, or the hero s black eyes and redundancies I also agree with the reviewer who pointed out the cliches And there were so many places where it felt like ideas were overdone just to up the word count For example It was worse than that Much worse She understood She understood perfectly Even if he didn t mean to put Amanda at risk, even if he didn t mean to endanger her, the result would be the same Couldn t wouldn t, too this, too that, tooI did enjoy the story, though Harlequin Intrigue is one of my favorite imprints If you can get past the above mentioned issues, there is a good story here, with suspense that s nicely done I am glad I read this one So far, my all time favorite is Harlequin s Imminent Thunder Rachel Lee Pretty sure that s a Silhouette Shadows title


  3. Ann Torrey Ann Torrey says:

    A very good book, kept you wondering until the end.


  4. Angela Angela says:

    i really enjoyed it.my favorite kind of books.some romance and some suspense.trying to find out who the leak is thats getting witnesses killed


  5. Jennifer Hill Jennifer Hill says:

    It was a mostly enjoyable read, although very cliched.


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