Lynette Eason has gained herself a spot among my favorite authors, and her latest, Vow of Justice, proves why. She writes romantic suspense that is always a clean read, filled with action, and has characters who feel like real people. I enjoyed this, the fourth installment in the Blue Justice series. Getting to know Allie and Linc (and Daria) was fun for me. This book had a lot of twists and turns and I was caught off guard a few times by some of them. The action starts on the first page and doesn't let up until the end, a great way to spend a few days.
From the back cover:
Playing dead might just get her killed.
FBI Special Agent Lincoln St. John is living his own personal nightmare. When the woman he loves, Allison Radcliffe, is killed, he devotes himself to tracking down the killers and making them pay for their crimes. He expected it to be a challenge. What he never expected was to find Allison very much alive shortly after her, "murder."
As his anger and hurt mix with relief, Linc isn't sure how he's supposed to feel. One thing he does know for sure: he and Allison will have to work together to stop a killer before she dies a second time--this time for good.
This book provided for review by Revell.