Chasing Secrets

Chasing SecretsAuthor: Lynette Eason

Series: Elite Guardians #4

Publisher: Revell

Release Date: August 1, 2017

Rating: 5 Stars

Reviewer: Jessica Higgins

The fourth installment in the Elite Guardians series brings the thrills and suspense to a whole new level.

Haley Callaghan has no idea she is part of a twenty-five-year-old cold case from Ireland. She knows there are parts of her past she can’t remember, but has never thought about it too much.  As a member of the Elite Guardians bodyguards, Haley has spent the past few years protecting others and now she finds herself the one in need of protection.  Detective Steven Rothwell is new in town but he has found an immediate connection to Haley when she finds her life threatened and takes it upon himself to keep her safe.  He has no intention to let Haley fight this battle on her own.

The Elite Guardians series is one that fans of Christian suspense have fallen in love with and for good reason. Lynette Eason has found a way to craft a group of characters that are relatable and enjoyable to read about.  Haley’s story is very different from the rest; her connection to Ireland and the mystery of her past makes the story an even more intense read.  There was no major push with the romantic aspect of the story, instead Eason let the suspense carry the story and the romance fell into place naturally.  Haley and her connection to the teen center is one of the aspects of the story that really brought the suspense to a new level for Eason.  We get to see the other members of the Elite Guardians as they work together to keep Haley safe and help her with her newest case that turns out to be more complicated with each passing day.  Together with her friends and new detective Steven Rothwell, Haley must do everything in her power to stay alive and save those she cares most about.  I recommend this book to fans of Lynette Eason and those that enjoy a highly intense suspenseful story.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.

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