Protecting Her Witness by Sarah Hamaker

My Review

Protecting Her Witness is a Christian suspenseful romance written by Sarah Hamaker. This story starts out with Titus and his son fishing and his son disappears just a Chalissa, a U.S. Marshal, is in the area. This story starts out with mystery, suspense and action and just does not end. It is a well written, fast paced story that is easy to read and envision what is happening despite many twists and turns. The author has done a fantastic job writing this story that deals with a single dad in the witness protection program while raising his handicapped son. This story grabbed me from the beginning and held my attention to the very end. It was inspirational to read of Titus and Chalissa developing feeling for each other, but Titus refuses to act on since Chalissa is not a Christian. He takes the Biblical instruction of being equally yoked very seriously.

I received a complimentary of this story from the author, this is my honest review.

About the Book


U.S. Marshal Chalissa Manning has been running from her past and God for most of her life. When she meets widower Titus Davis and his son, Sam, her well-built defenses begin to crumble. But someone is targeting Titus and Sam, and it’s up to Chalissa to both protect them and to find out who is behind the attacks.

As the threats pile up, will Chalissa be able to keep the family she’s grown to love safe?

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About the Author

Sarah Hamaker has been spinning stories since she was a child, with nonfiction and romantic suspense books published. Her stories have also appeared in several Chicken Soup for the Soul volumes. She’s a member of ACFW and ACFW Virginia Chapter, as well as the president of Capital Christian Writers Fellowship. Her podcast, “The Romantic Side of Suspense,” can be found wherever you listen to podcasts. Sarah lives in Virginia with her husband, four children, and three cats.

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