Review: Find Me


Title:  Find Me
Author: Margaret Watson
Published: December 9, 2013,  Indie
Genre: Romantic Suspense

After witnessing the murder of an FBI agent in a parking garage late one night, Lizzy Monroe meets with the FBI and agrees to work with a sketch artist. But on her way out of the office, she comes face to face with the killer – another FBI agent. She knows from experience what happens when a criminal is a member of law enforcement – cops protect their own. So when the killer shows up at her door later that morning, she knows she has no choice but to run. 

From the moment he sees her, Mac Donovan is intrigued by – and in lust with – their beautiful witness. After Lizzy disappears, he spends his free time tracking her down. When he finally finds her on a remote island in the San Juans, their chemistry is explosive and the sex is even hotter. But he's hiding his identity from her. What will happen when she discovers who he really is? Will she be able to forgive his betrayal? Or will the killer find them first? 

Warning: Contains explicit sex and graphic language. 







Margaret Watson is a new to me author. I was very happy to take a leap and read her latest book. Find Me is the 3rd book in the Donovan Family Series. It can be read as a stand-alone. I did not have any issues jumping in to the existing story line. 

I am a self professed wuss when it comes to suspense. This book had just the right mix for me! There were a couple of times I needed to take a break but in the end, a very quick page turner type of read. 

I loved Mac and Lizzy together. Lizzy is a very strong and determined heroine. Mac does not like to give up his alpha-ness very readily. Lizzy has him from the first look and he knows he will do anything to not only find her but make her his. Happy to see that Lizzy did not make that too easy on him even after their sleepy first encounter. 

This is a cross country tour and I enjoyed seeing the Pacific Northwest through these characters eyes. Chicago is right out my back door and I always enjoy placing characters in neighborhoods I have been to. 

Overall, well thought out mystery suspense with some steamy romance thrown in! Looking forward to reading another book by this author.


*Copy provided by the author for an honest review. 





Once upon a time, there was a little girl who dreamed of writing books just like the ones she loved to read – Nancy Drew, The Black Stallion, Lad, a Dog (that love for animals that made her become a vet), Mary Stewart, Helen MacInnes,  Georgette Heyer  (the little girl was getting older).  She made up stories and changed the endings of books and movies to make them come out the way she pictured them.  But instead of pursuing her writing dream, her love of animals and need for a ‘real’ job led her to a career as a veterinarian.
When she realized she was now making up stories about her clients and their pets, she decided to try writing them down.  Her first book, Personal Best, was published in 1991.  Margaret Watson is a two-time RITA Finalist  with Thirty award-winning books for Silhouette and Harlequin followed.
Today, that little girl considers herself the luckiest woman in the world.  She has two careers she loves as well as the best family ever.  She and her husband have three daughters and live in a Chicago suburb with a menagerie of pets.
Follow her:  www.margaretwatson.com

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