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Reviews are 5 Star – here are the latest:
Well written and intelligent book…Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views
I would recommend “Catch and Release” to those readers who enjoy pretty hard-core suspense books and who do not object to explicit content and language. It is a well written and intelligent book…
Readers’ hearts will be beating hard as they join in this adventure Reviewed by: Amy Lignor featheredquill.com
5.0 out of 5 stars Kaye Trout – Action, suspense, superhero, romance and true love.
When Catch and Release arrived, I didn’t know if I’d do a review or not. Then I opened the book, read the prologue and was delightfully hooked…only putting it down when the need for sleep or the demands of life prevailed.
And so, what do we have here and why is it so special? First, we have a suspense-filled, mystery/romance, fiction/non-fiction novel guaranteed to engage and hold you to the very end. And second, as to why it’s so special, we have a gifted, consummate author, J. T. Twerell, who takes us on a trip which feels believable and so we follow as he leads us through the convoluted maze he’s created.
He writes in the third party about Jennifer Blade, “J”, the complicated femme fatale who continually morphs as we try to define and trust her. Dr. Steve Sanders, a New York therapist, is our first-party-perspective protagonist who also tries to define, trust and love “J”. The uniqueness and quality of the novel stem from the non-fictional psychotherapeutic insights into human nature and Steve’s subtle, easy-going humor and personal therapist, Johnny Red.
The story flows–keeping those pages turning-and is nicely balanced. The references to the `catch and release’ concept throughout ties it all together. Catch and Release has enough naked ladies, action and suspense to keep the men interested and enough female superhero, romance and true love for the women. It would be a delightful movie. Highly recommended.