When government agent John O’Malley is called to testify before a Senate committee, he has no idea that his life is about to change forever. The beautiful and mysterious woman who sits next to him in the hearing room shoots him a seductive glance—and then disappears. O’Malley soon discovers that she was not just any woman but Kit MacPherson, one of the most wanted terrorists in the world. And now she’s gone missing again. With help from FBI agent Anne-Marie Slaughter, O’Malley sets out to track her down before she can do any more damage. But as they get closer to Kit, they discover that she may be harboring dangerous secrets . . ..
For who is this book for ?
The Witness is a passionate romance novel with exciting, edge-of-your-seat action. Nora Roberts brings her trademark skill to this tale of an intense love affair between two compelling characters who are on the run from the law.
- John O’Malley is a likable protagonist
- The romance between John and Kit is well-developed
- There are some suspenseful moments
- The plot is a bit too predictable
- The characters are cliché
- The writing style is unoriginal
Learn more about the author
Nora Roberts is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than 225 novels, including The Witness. She is also a popular writer of romance novellas and short stories. Several of her books have been adapted for television, and she has won several prestigious accolades, including the RITA Award and the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award from Romance Writers of America.
“The Witness is a captivating read. Nora Roberts has outdone herself with this one!”
“This Nora Roberts book is a romantic suspense that will keep you entertained from beginning to end. O’Malley and MacPherson are two strong characters that make the story come alive.”
“The Witness is an edge-of-your seat thriller with a heartwarming romance. Nora Roberts does it again!”
“Nora Roberts is a genius when it comes to romance novels. The Witness will sweep you off your feet with its engaging characters and suspenseful plot.”