This book is disjointed but it held my attention and did not interfere with my enjoyment. I don’t understand how the title connected with the story. Hazel is back working as a cop in Norfolk. She is assigned to liaison with a TV personality, Oliver Ford at an opening of a new museum on the Crusaders. At the opening, she managed to save Oliver from harm and received serious burns. Oliver takes fancy for her and treats her to a tour of the middle east.

Meanwhile, Gabriel and Patience has moved into his home with his sons He is having trouble doing the work and caring for the boys. The child protective services are threatening to take the boys away. Gabriel hired a nanny, Frances Kelly and she becomes a member of the family.

Oliver is isolating Hazel from her friends in a country home where there is no transportation. He discourages her from returning to work. How does Hazel get away from him? What does Oliver do for revenge? What happy to Saturday? I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS SERIES.

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1 Response to #OTHER COUNTRIES By Jo Bannister

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review, Betty.

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