Chasing Secrets by Lynette Eason (Review)

Chasing Secrets Lynette Eason

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Elite Guardians bodyguard Haley Callaghan may be in South Carolina, but when a photo leads investigators in West Ireland to open a twenty-five-year-old cold case, her life is suddenly in danger. Haley knows how to take care of herself; after all, she’s made a career out of taking care of others. But after an uncomfortably close call, Detective Steven Rothwell takes it upon himself to stay with her–and the young client she has taken under her wing. A protector at heart, he’s not about to let Haley fight this battle alone.

In a sweeping plot that takes them into long-buried memories–and the depths of the heart–Haley and Steven will have to solve the mystery of Haley’s past while dodging bullets, bombs, and bad guys who just won’t quit.

 

Lynette Eason is a master at creating fast-paced romantic suspense stories that grasp you and pull you along for the ride. The Elite Guardian series has been engaging and entertaining as readers have gotten to know this group of female bodyguards and friends.

In book four, Chasing Secrets, Haley Callaghan is overwhelmed. She’s chosen to take on a new client, one she understands more than the boy realizes, while dealing with the mystery of her own past. Of the murder of her family which she has blocked from her memory.

When someone takes a shot at Haley, newly hired detective Steven Rothwell decides someone must protect her. The sparks between these two are immediate and I love the way they are able to open up and talk to each other about the difficult seasons of their lives.

While Grace has forgotten her past, Steven has held onto a portion of his with both fists. As the two of them race to solve the mystery of who is after Grace, they both learn that sometimes God gives us more than we could imagine for their lives.

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