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Shielding His Christmas Witness by Laura Scott #Review #RomanticSuspense #Series

Title: Shielding His Christmas Witness

Series: Callahan Confidential

Author: Laura Scott

Publisher: Harlequin, Love Inspired Suspense

Published: November 8th, 2016

Pages: 288

Rating: 4.5/5*


My Review:

This is action packed from the very start. Kari Danville is staying in a safe house prior to giving evidence to bring a bank robber to justice. However, that house isn’t safe and she ends up running for her life. She contacts FBI agent Marc Callahan who comes to her rescue. The problem now is that they don’t know just who they can trust . . . . . Can he keep her safe so she can testify? Just who is out to get her – and why? Who is the person betraying the law enforcers?

This is a real action packed, page turner! There are car chases, shoot outs, tattoos, traitors and plenty of mysteries to be revealed in this suspense filled story. Through it all Kari put her trust in God and prays for them to be kept safe and her devotion helps Marc rekindle his faith. The Callahans are a strong family unit and I suspect there will be other stories about the other brothers and their sister in future books in the series. They are all there for each other and it is only by working together, supporting each other, that justice can prevail and love stand a chance of having a HEA ending.




Days away from testifying in a bank robbery and murder case, witness Kari Danville’s safe house is breached, forcing her to run for her life. Scared, alone and pregnant, her only hope for survival rests in the protection of FBI agent Marc Callahan. With everyone in uniform a suspect, Marc goes rogue to keep her alive. Deep in hiding as the holidays approach, the vulnerable mother-to-be proves a dangerous distraction. But Marc can’t lose another witness on his watch. As the Christmastime trial draws near, the killer stalks ever closer. And Marc must find a way to shield Kari—and her unborn baby—long enough for justice to be served.

Buy Links:     Amazon.co.uk          Amazon.com           Barnes and Noble

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