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6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Guarding Suzannah

As I've found with most genres, different people have different opinions about what it takes to fit into a particular category. Some believe any romance with a touch of suspense is enough, while other people think the suspense portion of a romantic suspense should get a...
As I've found with most genres, different people have different opinions about what it takes to fit into a particular category. Some believe any romance with a touch of suspense is enough, while other people think the suspense portion of a romantic suspense should get as much attention in a story as the romance portion, close to a fifty-fifty split like I found in "Guarding Suzannah." A reader who would never read a romance novel, but would read a suspense novel that has a romance as a major subplot shouldn't shy away from this book.

I enjoyed this combination. The suspense portion kept me guessing with plenty of potential culprits and enough directions for the story to take so it wasn't predictable. The romance portion was predictable in the way a pure romance is; I thought I knew where they would end up in the end. How they would get there, what obstacles would be thrown in their way, and how they would get past them were not.


**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **

posted by BigAl70 on July 9, 2011

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Love Norah Wilsin books!!!!

Loved how the characters were potrayed through out the story, and how Quigg would do whatever it took to protect Suzannah!!!!!! **steamy romance novel**

posted by britts-nook on December 5, 2011

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  • Posted July 9, 2011

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    Guarding Suzannah

    As I've found with most genres, different people have different opinions about what it takes to fit into a particular category. Some believe any romance with a touch of suspense is enough, while other people think the suspense portion of a romantic suspense should get as much attention in a story as the romance portion, close to a fifty-fifty split like I found in "Guarding Suzannah." A reader who would never read a romance novel, but would read a suspense novel that has a romance as a major subplot shouldn't shy away from this book.

    I enjoyed this combination. The suspense portion kept me guessing with plenty of potential culprits and enough directions for the story to take so it wasn't predictable. The romance portion was predictable in the way a pure romance is; I thought I knew where they would end up in the end. How they would get there, what obstacles would be thrown in their way, and how they would get past them were not.


    **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **

    6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 13, 2013

    Guarding Suzannah was a great story with enough character develo

    Guarding Suzannah was a great story with enough character development and mystery to keep a reader wanting more. Quigg is an exciting alpha bent on ensuring Suzannah is safe without discounting the normally less obvious reasons why she could be in danger. I found myself thoroughly enjoying this read and appreciating the characters independently of their involvement with eachother. The writing is engaging, clear, and easy to follow. I will definitely be reading more from this author.

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  • Posted July 8, 2013

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    I loved this book! The writing style of this author has me looki

    I loved this book! The writing style of this author has me looking for the next book in this series. The story of the primm and proper hard-a$$ defense attorney and cop that wears the wrinkling suits. He wants to protect her and she thinks she doesn't need protection until reluctantly she accepts his help. The story unfolds at the perfect rate and character progression is amazing. Eventually, all questions are answered, which I LOVE when reading suspense novels. The blossoming romance between them is weaved perfectly into the storyline. A fantastic book!!!

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    Great plot, well developed characters. Loved the entire series. Will read more by this author.

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