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Deputy US Marshal Jamie MacDougall assumes his latest assignment is just another security detail, but when he finds himself falling for the gorgeous key witness he’s sworn to protect, it takes everything he has to keep things professional. 

When Ashley Pandy enters the WITSEC program, with a new identity and a new life far away from Seattle and Jamie, he tries to move on, but a year later, with no hope of seeing him again, he still can’t forget the man who stole his heart. Ashley walked away from love for noble reasons. 

Jamie let him go because it was the honorable thing to do. When a foolish decision gives them a second chance to be all kinds of wrong, can they finally get it right?

©2021 Rebecca Grey (P)2021 Rebecca Grey

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  • OldLadyStauffer
  • 19-12-21

I enjoyed this audiobook

Save Me by Beck Grey was my first go at reading a book by this author. After looking the author up on Amazon, it appears this is the first book they have written—under this pen name, anyway. If that truly is the case, then I see a lot of potential ahead for future stories. If it's not the case, where, pray tell, are the rest of the books? I wouldn't mind reading another one.

This is one of those stories with a lot of inner dialogue, but the actual dialogue between the characters is meaningful. I know some are not fans of internal dialogue, but I don't find it problematic as long as the story flows at a good pace, which this one did. I enjoyed the vocabulary the author used. It made me think, and it gave depth to the characters.

I found the characters to be likable and multidimensional. However, I felt like the narrator didn't do a lot to differentiate between the voices of each character. That said, his narration was pleasant to the ears, and it wasn't hard to tell who was talking. Although, that may have more to do with the fact the book was very clear about it.

Even so, I felt that the narrator did a good job bringing the story to life. He was easy to understand, and while the overall sound of his voice was subdued, it was melodic and kept my attention. I felt he complimented the book nicely.

I would be happy to read a book by this author again and listen to more of the narrator's work. I think others would enjoy this book as well.