Book Review: ‘Recovered Secrets’ by Jessica R. Patch

About The Book:

A blank memory. A new life.

But her borrowed time just ran out

Two years after Grace Thackery washed up on a small-town Mississippi riverbank, she has the first clue about the life she doesn’t remember: someone wants her dead. And while search-and-rescue director Hollis Montgomery’s determined to protect her, the secrets of her past are darker than they expected. Can the bond between Grace and Hollis survive her true identity…and an assassin?

About Jessica R. Patch

Jessica R. Patch lives in the mid-south where she pens inspirational contemporary romance and romantic suspense novels. When she’s not hunched over her laptop or going on adventurous trips in the name of research with willing friends, you can find her watching way too much Netflix with her family and collecting recipes to amazing dishes she’ll probably never cook. Sign up for her newsletter at

My Rating: 5 Stars!

‘Don’t worry about me, Grace. I’m a big boy and this ain’t my first rodeo.’

Two years ago, Hollister Montgomery pulled a nearly dead woman out of a Mississippi riverbank. Her named her Grace Thackery and sat with her for six months while she was in a coma. Now, she lives and works in the small town of Cottonwood, and volunteers with him at his job as a SAR person. Life is good, except Grace can’t remember anything at all about her life. Then something happens that propels them both into a dangerous life. Apparently, Grace’s life was not just a nice, happy-go-lucky life. Some really bad people want her dead. And Hollis determines to keep her safe.

I love Jessica Patch’s suspenseful books! She is great at what she does and she does it well indeed here. I enjoyed every single minute of this book. We also get to meet some folks from previous books. Can I say Wilder Flynn? Yes! Patch takes her readers along for this hair raising ride into the realm of covert activities, spies and danger around every corner and nearly every straight away. Do not miss this one, folks. Highly recommended.

*My thanks to the publisher and author for a preview copy of this book. The opinions expressed here are entirely my own.

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