#Review by Crystal
I throughly enjoying reading The Debt. From the very beginning of Jessica and Keir's story I got pulled in. My heart was well invested into Jessica's life. Emotions were involved well before Jessica meets Keir. As their stories unfold I became more and more aware that these two needed one another. They grew together as a couple and over came so many hurdles together and individually.
Also, I became attached to this stories supporting characters. I enjoyed reading what made each character tick. Their individual interactions and support is so real of your everyday family at times I could definitely relate to the characters.~*~*~*~*
Her life changed in an instant. And he's the
only one who could have prevented it. From the New York Times bestselling author of The Pact and The Lie comes a new standalone contemporary romance about those McGregor men. Jessica Charles shouldn't have even been in London when the unthinkable happened. She should have been back at home in Edinburgh, perhaps hanging with her boyfriend, having drinks with her sister or doing yoga with her group of friends. She should have been going on in her normal, dependable life as always. But on that fateful day in August, when a mentally-ill ex-soldier opened fire in public, Jessica's world changed forever. Now single and crippled from the gunshot wounds, Jessica finds herself scared and alone, losing faith in herself and humanity with each agonizing moment that passes. That is until a stranger enters her life. A stranger who makes her live again. Keir McGregor has always been the strong, silent type. Throw in tall, dark, and handsome and you've got pretty much the perfect Scotsman. Except Keir is anything but perfect. He's got a past he's running away from and a guilty conscience he can't seem to shed. But the more time he spends with Jessica, the more he falls in love with her. And the more his secret threatens to tear them apart. He may have been a stranger to her. But she’s never been a stranger to him.