Saturday, August 1, 2015

Forgotten Memories by Laura Scott (SWAT: Top Cops #4)


When Gabriella Fielding is kidnapped, she's terrified…until she's rescued by SWAT cop Shane Hawkins. Running for cover, Shane vows to protect the beautiful doctor who once saved his life. But can he really believe her claims that she has no knowledge about why her captors set their sights on her? Or is she hiding a dangerous secret? Somehow Shane has to help Gabby unlock her buried memories—before their mutual attraction breaks down the barriers around his heart. And before a desperate enemy determined to keep the past hidden strikes again and makes sure Gabby never remembers.

SWAT: Top Cops—Love in the Line of Duty

 Print Length: 224 pages 
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense (August 1, 2015) 
Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp. 
Language: English 

My review:   Forgotten Memories by Laura Scott (SWAT: Top Cops #4)


By the title alone I knew where the story was going, but there was some twists that I did not expect.  The characters were likeable and human.  You wanted them to work together.

Shane Hawkins was a character that quietly lives his faith.  He believes in prayer, during his job and remembers to always pray over his food.  I respected that and the other characters.  Shane is a member of a SWAT team.

Gabriella Fielding is the youngest trauma Dr. She puts everything into her job.
After working 24 hrs straight she is tired and as she is leaving the hospital she is kidnapped by three men and forced into a truck.  She has no idea why someone would kidnap her.

Shane is going to the hospital to pick up some evidence when he sees Gabby leaving.  He decides to go and thank her again for saving his life months ago.  He is wearing all black SWAT clothes and sees the men take her and follows.

This is full of drama, action and mystery.  It does a good job of keeping my interest in the story and not wanting to put it down till through.

I was given this Forgotten Memories by Harlequin and Net Galley to read so that I can give a honest review of it in return.

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