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Baltimore homicide detective Stevie Mazzetti has suffered losses no woman should have to endure. And, despite it all, she's still a fighter. When she learns that her ex-partner might have miscarried justice, she's determined to put the past to rights, even when she becomes a target.
It's former marine Clay Maynard's job to see the risk in every situation, and he doesn't have to look hard to find the danger surrounding Stevie. Since the minute he first saw her, Clay has wanted toprotect the wounded officer, and he started loving her not long after that. So when Stevie attracts the attention of a vicious psychopath, Clay will do whatever it takes to keep her alive. That is, if he can stay ahead of a killer with everything to lose - and something terrifying to hide.
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By shelley on 02-08-14
Karen Rose does not disappoint
Where does Watch Your Back rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This one is right up there with all of Karen Rose's other books.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Karen Rose writes mystery/thrillers with a little bit of romance. I am almost always on the edge of my seat as there are usually quite a few homocides and you're never sure who's going to get shot, murdered or slashed before someone's rage comes to an end.
Any additional comments?
I highly recommend this new book. If you are already a Karen Rose fan then you will not be disappointed. I think this one is better then her last.. If you've never heard any of her books it's nice to listen in order however each one can be read/listened to as a stand alone. Her books are great an certainly worth a credit.
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By quiltereader on 10-13-16
wish for ratings.
I liked the story. it did carry on a bit too long. I was getting tired of it because the ending became so very obvious three-quarters of the way through.
the biggest problem for me was the detailed sex scenes. it wasn't necessary for the plot and we're thrown in just for shock or voyeuristic means. it's a bummer that I couldn't know about it ahead of my purchase.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful