Warning Signs

Warning Signs

by Katy Lee
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Warning Signs 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A thrilling mystery that kept me guessing, and an encouraging love story about redemption and second chances! Could not put this one down till I finished, and there are some scenes that will always stay with me for their vivid imagery.
iblog4books More than 1 year ago
I was so impressed with Warning Signs! The story was different than what I expected, but I just loved it! I think this was the first time I've read a book that had a main character who was deaf. I thought Miriam was such an interesting character and liked reading about how she dealt with different things as a deaf person. I can't imagine how cut off from the rest of the world she must have felt. Owen was such a great guy, and I really liked seeing how his friendship with Miriam impacted his relationship with his son. At first I was suspect of such a huge case focusing on the trafficking of marijuana (it just seemed a bit farfetched), but once I got more into the book, I was able to overlook that one thing. The suspense was fascinating and it seemed like something happened every few pages that had me wondering what was next. In the end, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and look forward to reading more (hopefully many more) books from Katy Lee! [4.5 stars] I received a free copy of this book from the author and FIRST Wildcard Blog Tours in exchange for my fair and honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Katy Lee's "Warning Signs" is a wonderful portrayal of what it is to be deaf. The story also shows the importance of relationships in our lives. All this in a very good story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read Warning Signs by Katy Lee and this was my first Love Inspired Suspense book. The book features a deaf high school principal who not only learns how to trust those very different from her, she also learns to fall in love.  This is well written with nicely developed characters and a suspenseful plot, bringing out strong emotions that kept me wanting more. It truly tugged at my heart. Not knowing anything about the signing language or how it could be written into a story, I found this exceptionally well done. I loved the interaction between the two main characters and how Miriam teaches Owen that you don’t need to hear to understand others.  Even if you don’t think you would read love inspired books, I highly recommend this. I’m looking forward to reading more books from Katy.   Thank you - Marie Corcoran
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When you pick up a Harlequin Romance, you expect a great romance story. Yeah, it may be sappy, but it’s usually pretty good. What you don’t always expect is a thoughtful, interesting plot with a healthy measure of edge-of-your-seat suspense. Yet that is what you get from Warning Signs. In addition to the exciting plot, Warning Signs presents wonderfully profound themes of forgiveness, redemption, and acceptance. These themes come across so powerfully because the characters are so real. Ms. Lee did a superb job of bringing Agent Matthews and Miriam to life! Finally, in addition to a nail-biter plot and the novel’s message, I was pleased that it taught me a lot about a group of people whom some may label “disabled”. Warning Signs sure offered me a whole lot more than I could have asked for!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Warning Signs totally captures you and you will hate to see it end. Mrs.Lee's words really snare your imagination. I highly recommend you buy this book sit down with a cup of tea and enjoy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Warning Signs was an excellent page turner. Katy Lee has developed her characters well, and I enjoyed hanging out with Miriam and Owen on their journey. Miriam was such a strong person and taught me so much about people with hearing impairments. Owen was a tortured hero, and he just grabbed my heart. Great book! I recommend it wholeheartedly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC of this book. I admit that when I read the blurp on the back, I was sceptical as to how the author was going to pull off an entire novel with a heroine who just happened to be deaf, but Katy Lee did a masterful job with this book. I was captured from the moment the hero and heroine meet on the rocks in the surf to the last pages of this book. The excellent writing and tight plot bring us along on a tide of emotion. This was a deeply moving story. I highly recommend this book.
Susannah_Hardy More than 1 year ago
I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC of this book, and I devoured it in just a couple of sittings. Katy Lee has delivered another beautifully written, tightly plotted gem that satisfies the reader on so many levels. The deaf heroine, Miriam, is a joy: funny, sensitive, caring, and grounded in her faith. Lee has done her research and information about the deaf community (e.g., name signs) is woven seamlessly throughout the novel. But it is tortured hero Owen--I admit it. I'm a sucker for a tortured hero!--who steals this show. His grief and guilt over the death of his wife and the injury that changed his son's life forever are gut-wrenching. His journey to love and unconditional acceptance, and back to his faith, superimposed on a framework of a nicely done suspense plot, was deeply moving and truly inspirational. And the scenes with his son will steal your heart. I can't wait to return to Stepping Stones Island. Katy Lee is an author to watch.
More_Than_A_Review More than 1 year ago
Warning Signs was a very enjoyable read as it departed from your stereo-typical romance. The female lead, Miriam, is a deaf principal that is very confident in her job but can be insecure in her personal life. The male lead, Owen is a complicated, guilt ridden DEA agent and father of a deaf son. The author makes the characters real and you are drawn to them. You learn to overcome some of your own misunderstandings about the deaf as Owen starts to understand Miriam and then his son. There were enough secondary characters to keep you guessing as to who was the culprit. For a series romance there was a lot of action and suspense. The inclusion of Owen’s son, Cole, his reason for being deaf and Owen’s reactions to it, added another dimension to the story that made it real and not your typical ‘perfect’ hero story. I recommend the book and will be reading more books by Katy Lee. I think it would also make a good book for a book club discussion as there are several dimensions of the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago