Romantic Suspense with a Forecast of Stormy Weather Ahead

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Deb’s Dozen: A chance collision while running leads to a dangerous happily ever after.

I love good romantic suspense, and H. L. Wegley never disappoints. No Safe Place, a newly published, “old” novel is no exception.

Matt Mathieson is running for his life. While hiding out from a dangerous drug cartel in the Pacific Northwest, he hears rapid footsteps coming up behind him and assumes they’ve found him, even here. Hidden along the path, he jumps out and tackles the runner just hard enough to knock her on her backside in the mud. From this abrupt beginning flows the often bumpy romance of Matt and Randi Richards, a young meteorologist, who also happens to be a middle-distance runner.

This novel has everything you want in a book—good guys, evil villains, heroic cops, suspense, danger, love, beautiful setting, Grand Jury, Witness Protection Program. What more could a romantic suspense lover want? Wegley says he wrote this story during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) in 2013. In between then and now, he’s published his outstanding Against All Enemies series. No Safe Place is book number one in his new Witness Protection series.

You’ll want to catch up on Wegley if you’ve not read him yet. He writes believable suspense with strong male and female protagonists. The novels are the kind you need to start early in the day or you’ll be up all night reading. I would rate No Safe Place a strong four stars!

Romantic SuspenseH. L. Wegley is a retired Air Force intelligence analyst and a weather officer. He also worked as a research scientist and wrote computing systems for Boeing. He “retired” with his wife near Seattle. Wegley is an award-winning writer of high-action, romantic-suspense novels and inspirational thrillers.

The author gifted me with a copy of No Safe Place, but I was in no way obligated to write a review.


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