Maddy Callahan is an assistant district attorney, and the only girl in the Callahan Clan.
Police Officer Noah Sinclair recognizes Maddy as soon as he sees her in the hospital, when he learns that she was attacked, he vows to keep her safe. He is stunned that she doesn't remember him as he was her twin brother's partner before her brother, Matt, transferred to the K-9 unit, it turns out that she is suffering from amnesia and doesn't remember anything about the attack.
Noah thinks that the attack is connected the drug case that she was working on before that attack. Noah insists on taking her home, but when they are almost run over on the way home, they know that it is just the beginning.
I like how Noah takes charge and helps to get Maddy to a safe house, until her brother can come and help them. they talk alot and get reacquainted while laying low, as well as work on the case. Maddy wants to get to know Noah better, but he puts up walls, saying that he doesn't do relationships, and he blames himself for mistakes in the past. Noah is very passionate about putting the drug dealers away, and is good at what he does.
Even though Maddy can't remember much, even about her family, she does remember her faith, and holds fast to it throughout. Maddy feels safe with Noah, and I like how they are able to work together.
A great read, with a fast hook in the beginning, I loved coming back to the Callahans, and the camaraderie between Maddy and her brothers, and Noah too. I didn't want to put this book down, a great read, and a must read if you enjoyed the other Callahan Clan books!
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