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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Dr. Sampson of the FBI died while presiding over the Reservations Case. His heartbroken protégée, Special Agent Samantha Wright, took over the case to make her mentor proud. There were serial killings of boys around their twelfth birthdays on Indian reservations in the US. Following investigations, the next victims were at the Cheyenne Reservation, around Ashland. Samantha and her part-time lover and boss, Agent Charlie, set off for Montana to save the boys. But there, the dynamics changed as an emotional triangle formed in the heat of planning. The local guide and owner of their lodge, Will, fell for Samantha at first sight. Will Charlie concede the loss of Sam on another man’s turf? Will personal issues impede their collective goal? Reservations by Theresa Janson holds the juicy details.
Reservations by Theresa Janson is the perfect novel for anyone who loves a blend of murder, romance, and spirituality. This book was fast-paced, had a megaton of action, and had heavy sprinkles of humor. I loved the storyline, plot, and character development, for they had depth and evoked emotions in me. Reservations was unpredictable because I never saw Michelle coming. I also couldn’t fathom how premeditated persons could be to live without fingerprints and erase their existence. Charlie’s concept of love was another thing that I couldn’t understand. However, I so loved Sam, her mental and physical strength, heart, and essence. She was a heroine, and Will was all man! The duo showed that honest communication and trust are essential. Lastly, Dr. Sampson was always right about looking up. What is the deal with Scotty and Charlie? I want more, Theresa!