Available formats: epub, mobi, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb, txt
Dr. J.T.Twerell is an award winning author as well as a practicing Psychotherapist in Manhattan NY. His works are a cross-section of fiction and non-fiction including “Signal 30” which won the Readers View Novel of the Year in 2011. "Catch and Release" was a top winner at London Book Festival, Los Angeles Book Show and Beach Book Show in 2013. For more information go to www.JTTWERELL.com.
on Feb. 19, 2012 :
I started reading this book one night and not really did not want to read to much because I had to get up early in the morning but I ended up reading past midnight, which was when I put it down because I couldn't keep my eyes opened anymore. I continued reading it the next morning and I couldn't stop until I was done. This book is very well written and full of suspense and drama with a good romance all in one book. If you like this genre of book I highly recommend it.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Jan. 15, 2012 :
The first couple of chapters were a bit confusing and moved slow. Just as I was about to put it down, the action picked up and I’m glad I didn’t. You will want to know what happens next, with Jennifer that could be anything. At some point I was beginning to feel sorry for the poor doctor, but it was quite obvious he was becoming very willing participant. This book turned out to be a very good read and I highly recommend it.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Dec. 11, 2011 :
5.0 out of 5 stars Action, suspense, superhero, romance and true love, November 24, 2011
By K. Trout "Kaye" (Pagosa Springs, CO USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Catch and Release (Paperback)
When Catch and Release arrived, I didn't know if I'd do a review or not. Then I opened the book, read the prologue and was delightfully hooked...only putting it down when the need for sleep or the demands of life prevailed.
And so, what do we have here and why is it so special? First, we have a suspense-filled, mystery/romance, fiction/non-fiction novel guaranteed to engage and hold you to the very end. And second, as to why it's so special, we have a gifted, consummate author, J. T. Twerell, who takes us on a trip which feels believable and so we follow as he leads us through the convoluted maze he's created. He writes in the third party about Jennifer Blade, "J", the complicated femme fatale who continually morphs as we try to define and trust her. Dr. Steve Sanders, a New York therapist, is our first-party-perspective protagonist who also tries to define, trust and love "J". The uniqueness and quality of the novel stem from the non-fictional psychotherapeutic insights into human nature and Steve's subtle, easy-going humor and personal therapist, Johnny Red.
The story flows--keeping those pages turning-and is nicely balanced. The references to the `catch and release' concept throughout ties it all together. Catch and Release has enough naked ladies, action and suspense to keep the men interested and enough female superhero, romance and true love for the women. It would be a delightful movie. Highly recommended.
Kaye Trout - November 24, 2011
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Nov. 17, 2011 :
That was a wild and wonderful trip. couldn’t put it down and hated when it ended. Great writing and fantastic story. More, More, please. Bring them back in another book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)