About the Book
EMS helicopter pilot Penny Carlton is used to high stress situations but being forced to land on a mountain in a raging storm with a critical patient–and a serial killer on the loose–tests her skills and her nerve to the limit. She survives with FBI Special Agent Holt Satterfield’s help. But she’s not out of the woods yet.
In the ensuing days, Penny finds herself under attack. And when news reaches Holt that he may not have gotten his man after all, it will take all he and Penny have to catch a killer–before he catches one of them.
Bestselling and award-winning author Lynette Eason is back with another high-octane tale of close calls, narrow escapes, and the fight to bring a nefarious criminal to justice.
In My Opinion
From the opening pages, Life Flight by Lynette Eason drew me in and kept my interest (and my heart racing) with an emergency helicopter landing—complete with injured passenger on board and a serial killer on the loose.
Eason is a favorite among romantic suspense authors, and this book proves why. Readers are introduced to several people in this book, and time is dedicated to giving us pieces of their backstories without taking away from the pace or plot of Penny and Holt’s story.
I liked that the main characters had some history so the romance developed and progressed naturally. I also appreciated Penny’s intelligence and ability to keep up with FBI Agent Holt Satterfield. As the two of them share deeper pieces of their lives, the readers are let into their hurts and struggles, making them easy to cheer for.
Strap in and hold on because Life Flight is a book you won’t want to put down. And when you reach that final page, you’ll be ready for the next adventure with Eason.
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