Gunner (Hollins & Haring Book 3) by T.J. Beach – Review by Angela Shirley

Gunner (Hollins & Haring #3)Gunner by T.J. Beach
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Gary and Debbie work together at the Detective Agency, although they get on well there is always something at the back of Debbie’s mind that Gary seems to have had a hard life. As the time goes on Debbie is devastated when her mother becomes ill with COVID her world falls apart.

As the world comes under siege by this mysterious virus and is thrown into Quarantine, with her mother ill and Debbie not being able to get to her so becomes reliant on Gary to help her through this time. Gary has his own demons and with the help of Debbie offering an ear when he needs to decompress the relationship grows.

Gary’s history is rocky, and can Debbie help him be the man he wants to be.

This was the first book I have read by this author and although this story is the third in the series it was easy to read as a standalone. I loved the characters and the interactions they had needing each other in the times of great solitude and pressures of the pandemic in Australia. The story from Gary was heart-breaking and really delved into his character and who he is now.

I loved this story and can’t wait to read the other two books in this series to understand the relationship got to this point from these characters and hope to read book four in the future.

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