Guilty Knowledge by Linda Griffin

Guilty Knowledge by Linda Griffin
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full Length (211 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Review by: Poinsettia

Detective Jesse Aaron has no leads in the murder of Rosa Logan when pretty blonde Sariah Brennan claims to have seen the killer—in a vision. Unfortunately the man she identifies is dead—or is he?

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How much does Jesse really know about Sariah?

Jesse’s life changed the moment Sariah walked into the police department. She claims to have seen the killer in a vision. It would be easy to dismiss her as claims as crazy, and Camille, Jesse’s partner, is ready to do just that. However, Sariah knows details about the crime that weren’t released to the public. Did she have a vision, or is she somehow involved in the crime?

Sariah is a tough character to figure out. She manages to be both innocent and mysterious. Like Jesse, I wanted to believe her claims of having seen the killer in a vision, but something about her just didn’t seem right. Jesse tries to keep his relationship with Sariah professional, but something about her draws him in. Before he knows it, he’s falling in love with her. Their awkward flirty banter was cute at first, but her lack of honesty made natural interactions between them almost impossible. Consequently, it was hard for me to relax and enjoy their relationship. It just felt uncomfortable after a while. I shared Jesse’s frustration with Sariah’s secrecy. As I read, I continued to hope that Sariah would open up to Jesse before it was too late.

Ms. Griffin kept me guessing as I read. I was never quite sure how involved Sariah was in the mystery until everything about her past was finally revealed. My heart broke for Jesse when he realized how little he really knew about Sariah. Despite this issue, I am pleased to say I have a lot of hope for Jesse and Sariah. By the end of the book, Sariah is in a much better place. In the future, I believe she will be more open with Jesse. They have been given a second chance and I believe they will use it wisely.

I enjoyed reading Guilty Knowledge. The mystery is interesting, and Jesse and Sariah’s happy ending makes their bumpy beginning worth it. I recommend it to fans of romantic suspense looking for a quick read.


  1. Linda Griffin says

    Thank you for the review and for hosting the giveaway. I’ll be in and out during the day, but I’ll do my best to answer any questions.

  2. James Robert says

    Sounds like a great read, thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

  3. Thanks for hosting!

  4. Diana Hardt says

    I liked the blurb and review. It sounds like a really interesting book. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Rita Wray says

    Sounds like a good book.

  6. Victoria Alexander says

    Thanks for sharing!

  7. Gwendolyn Jordan says

    I like the cover

  8. Linda Griffin says

    Thank you, Gwendolyn. Abigail Owen did the cover and also the one for The Rebound Effect. I love her work.

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