What She Doesn’t See by Debra Webb

Posted September 15, 2015 by J McClung in Bookclub Reviews / 0 Comments

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What She Doesn’t See by Debra WebbWhat She Doesn't See by Debra Webb
Published by Createspace on July 17th 2015
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 220
Source: Purchased

Sometimes what you don't see can get you killed... Alex Jackson built Never Happened--a cleanup service that specializes in erasing all evidence of a homicide or suicide or any other serious mess--from the ground up. The small company keeps her financially secure and independent. But being independent can be lonely sometimes, and all the money in the world can't hold her tight when she climbs into bed at night. When a high-tech gadget she discovered at her latest suicide cleanup gets a detective--and former lover--killed, Alex is propelled into the kind of dangerous plot spy novels are made of. Wyatt Murphy, the brooding deep cover agent shadowing her every move, makes Alex yearn for things she's never wanted before. But can Alex trust the sexy stranger to keep her safe without stealing her heart?


One reader thought the heroine’s occupation, a crime scene cleanup worker, was interesting. Overall, the ladies thought What She Doesn’t See was short and ended abruptly. Wasn’t sure what the title was trying to indicate – like it didn’t fit the story. Reasoning was she couldn’t see who the good guy or the bad guy was. The ladies loved that she was an older heroine, in her forties. In keeping the character in suspense the author also tried to keep the audience in suspense but it would’ve been better if we could peak into the hero’s head. She spent a lot of time being shallow and then all of a sudden she jumps into bed with the guy. The book was given an overall rating of a 3.5 and though they would read future books they won’t seek them out.



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