10 thoughts on “His Witness, Her Child

  1. Penny Griffin Penny Griffin says:

    His Witness, Her ChildJuly 22, 2001Ann Voss Peterson s second Intrigue, His Witness, Her Child, is an action packed story that falls short of her remarkable debut, Inadmissible Passion Jacqueline Schettler s ex husband was going to be the star witness in a high profile murder trial His murder destroyed Assistant District Attorney Dillon Reese s case Now he needs the testimony of Jacqueline s daughter, the only witness to her father s murder Dillon had promis


  2. Angie West Angie West says:

    Repeat words made this tedious to get through in spots This is the first Harlequin book where I ve seen so many repeats the word little, for example, or the hero s black eyes and redundancies I also agree with the reviewer who pointed out the cliches And there were so many places where it felt like ideas were overdone just to up the word count For example It was worse than that Much worse She understood She understood perfectly Even if he didn t mean to put Amanda


  3. Ann Torrey Ann Torrey says:

    A very good book, kept you wondering until the end.


  4. Angela Angela says:

    i really enjoyed it.my favorite kind of books.some romance and some suspense.trying to find out who the leak is thats getting witnesses killed


  5. Jennifer Hill Jennifer Hill says:

    It was a mostly enjoyable read, although very cliched.


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