The Last Witness (Kensington-Gerard Detective series Book 1) by K.T. Roberts

TheLastWitnessTitle: The Last Witness

Series: Kensington-Gerard Detective series Book 1

Author: K.T. Roberts

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Blurb: NYPD detectives Tate Kensington and Zachary Gerard are convinced one killer is at work, but proving it seems an impossible feat until a pre-teen prank blows the case wide open.

Both detectives have their own pasts to haunt them – Tate’s ex-flame is now her boss, and Zach’s estranged father is counsel for the defense. Complicating things even more are death threats, witnesses going AWOL, and an increasing attraction neither of them can continue to deny. Can the pair put away a killer on a paper-thin case? Or will their disappearing Jane Doe prove to be…THE LAST WITNESS…

Thoughts: This is the first book I’ve read by this author and it definitely won’t be the last. Look for a non-stop thrill ride? Then this is the book for you. K.T. Roberts takes you on a suspenseful journey. Detectives Tate Kensington and Zachary Gerard find themselves having to solve two mysterious murders simultaneously. Detective Gerard is a tough cope who is also very protective of his partner to the point he finds himself interfering in her life. But is this for her protection or for love? Detective Kensington is a determined female detective haunted by her past complicated by a series of anonymous threats that could be coming from another detective. Throw in a loveable, curious 12-year old by the name of Max and you have yourself a true page turner. These characters are well-defined and well-written. The story left me on the edge of my sit and wanting to know more about these characters. K.T. Roberts writing style is phenomenal and I look forward to reading the next book in the series. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves suspense with a little romance.

Grade: A+


1 Comment

  1. Carolyn Hughey/K. T. Roberts

    Thank you, Danita. Your review warmed my heart and made all the hours we authors put into writing well worth the time. I’m humbled.

    K. T. Roberts


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