Vow of Justice

Vow of Justice

by Lynette Eason


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FBI Special Agent Lincoln St. John is living his own personal nightmare. When the woman he loves, Allison Radcliffe, is killed, he devotes his life 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.

Bestselling and award-winning author Lynette Eason closes out her Blue Justice series with a story that will have you tearing through the pages to get to the stunning conclusion.

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ISBN-13: 9780800727208
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/06/2019
Series: Blue Justice Series , #4
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 25,695
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Lynette Eason is the bestselling author of Oath of Honor, Called to Protect, and Code of Valor, as well as the Women of Justice, Deadly Reunions, Hidden Identity, and Elite Guardians series. She is the winner of three ACFW Carol Awards, the Selah Award, and the Inspirational Reader's Choice Award, among others. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and has a master's degree in education from Converse College. Eason lives in South Carolina with her husband and two children. Learn more at www.lynetteeason.com.

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Vow of Justice 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
SarahGraceGrzy 1 days ago
Admittedly, I was rather sad to see this series end, but I couldn't have asked for a better finale! Vow of Justice is a wild ride from page one. The action starts there and doesn't stop until the epilogue. With many twists and turns, my adrenaline was almost constantly racing. Eason explores a variety of themes, including forgiveness and trusting God. Linc St. John and Allie Radcliffe are both very realistic characters, and, after seeing Linc featured in the previous three books, I was excited to finally read his story. All in all, Vow of Justice is an explosive finale to the Blue Justice series! I highly recommend it to lovers of good suspense with a touch of romance. FTC Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley. I was not required to write a positive review. These are my honest thoughts and opinions.
AdventurousBookworm 2 days ago
Lynette Eason has done it again! I really enjoyed this suspense novel and the way it drew me in. I could not put it down and was sad to see the series come to an end. The action never stopped and it seemed like the bad guys were always one step ahead. I loved their characters and their backstories. Their pasts greatly influenced their actions and it was interesting to read and see their growth as the novel progresses. The only complaint I have is that the epilogue was a bit cheesy. With all that said, Lynette Eason holds her place as my favorite suspense author. Rating: 5 Stars Content: 4 Stars *I received a complementary copy of this novel from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own and a positive review was not required.
Belovedbrat 2 days ago
Title: Vow of Justice Author: Lynette Eason Series: Blue Justice book 4 Chapters: 21 Plus epilogue Pages: 336 Genre: Christian Romantic Suspense Rating: 5 stars Vow of Justice is the fourth and final book in the Blue Justice series. We finally get oldest Brother (I believe) Linc St. John's story. The FBI agent brother, who's been burned before when it comes to romance. When his partner and the woman he is falling in love with Allison Radcliffe is killed Linc wants to go after her killer even though he's suppose to be on medical leave. But all it's what it seems. Linc will have to put his feelings aside to bring a killer to justice before someone he cares about truly does become the next victim. All in all this book was a nice wrap up of the series, though I still wish Derek had gotten his own book as well. But I did enjoy getting to visit back with the St. John family in which pretty much almost all members of the family are involved in some form of law enforcement, law, or medical basically jobs that allow them to serve the public. I mean with a dad who's a lawyer and a mom who's the Police Chief it doesn't seem like these siblings would have chosen any other career let a lone a life on the wrong side of the law. This book like the first three books that are Izzy's, Chole's and Brady's stories and the novella that is Ruthie's give me Blue Blood vibes. I love books about the blue family. It stems from me being a blue family myself. The seen in the epilogue is adorable and to me the perfect way to end the series. Even though each book in the series is technically a standalone because it focuses on a different sibling I recommend and encourage reading them in order because if not you will spoil endings of other books in the series. The order is Oath of Honor, Called to Protect, Code of Ethnics the novella, Code of Valor and finally Vow of Justice. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Christian suspense , Christian Romantic Suspense, a good law enforcement novel or the TV Show Blue Bloods. I received a copy of this book from the publisher through netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine alone. I received a copy of this book from the publisher as part of a blog tour. I was not required to write a positive review. All Opinions expressed are mine alone.
ONorman0 3 days ago
Lynette Eason has written another great Christian suspense book. The characters are so real I feel like I know them. I love how the good guys are pitted against the bad guys.
Loretta_Eidson 3 days ago
Put on your seatbelt as you begin reading this novel. It is riveting and action-packed. The suspense jumps onto the page, and the action doesn’t quit. About the time you think it’s slowing down, something else happens to FBI Special Agent Allison Radcliffe. She’s focused and determined to find her parents and sister’s killer but finds herself in the crosshairs instead. Allison’s partner, Linc St. John, has a difficult time keeping her safe. She’s energetic, fearless, and relentless in her search. Link struggles with keeping his feelings for her to himself. She lets him know that she can’t live the life she wants until the murderer is found. Will she be able to control her trigger finger when she comes face-to-face with her family’s killer, or will she allow justice to prevail. I won’t spoil it for you. You’ll have to read the book to find out. There are several twists in Vow of Justice that caught me by surprise, held my attention, and kept me turning the page. I recommend this book, and I give it five stars. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from the publisher. All thoughts and comments are my own.
SBMC 4 days ago
What an intense thrill ride! This is book 4 in the Blue Justice series (but book 5 if you want to count the novella that came between books 2 and 3) and the series follows the St. John family - a lawyer father, a chief of police mother, and six adult children who are all in law enforcement except for one. I haven’t read any of the previous books before reading this one and felt that I missed out a little on the family background and dynamics as well as the background of Linc and Allie’s relationship and partnership as FBI agents. But it didn’t detract from enjoyment of this fast-paced, suspense-filled story with a solid layer of faith and a good dose of romance. In this book, Allie’s past and her true motives in becoming an FBI agent come to light as she goes undercover to bring down a Russian mafia leader. Allie’s past violently collides with her present as she works fervently to get revenge and Linc tries his best to protect her as they work together to figure out how to stop the villain. There are plenty of twists and turns in the plot that will have you turning the pages faster and faster in attempt to find out how the pieces all fit. Lynette Eason delivers another nail-biting romantic suspense that won’t disappoint. I received a copy of the book from Baker Publishing Group via Interviews and Reviews and was under no obligation to post a positive review. All comments and opinions are solely my own.
train_lady 4 days ago
Lynette Eason is hands down one of my favorite authors in the genre. "Vow of Justice" is exactly why she is. This is a powerful book that takes strong characters, a close family, and a fantastic plot, and brings them all together in a very, very good read. Who's dead? Who's alive? Both Linc St. John and his FBI partner Allie Radcliffe are trying to bring down a top Russian Mafia boss. Allie works undercover for him to gather evidence, and befriends his teenage daughter, Daria, who hates her father. Entangled in this is Allie's family history. Though Linc and Allie have fallen in love, Allie has kept her past family history, even her real name, from Linc. Gradually, she tells Linc her story. How this unfolds in the midst of all the excitement is a joy to read. Ms Eason has shown once again she has extraordinary talent for story telling, developing complex, realistic characters, and keeping the reader as interested in the middle of the book as they are at the beginning and end. I loved the Daria character. She is a very bright young lady, and desperately needs the love of an adult she can trust and admire. Her contribution to solving the mystery is really fun to read. This is a must read book!
GrandaddyA 5 days ago
FBI Special Agent Linc St. John is the fourth of the St. John siblings to be featured in the Blue Justice series. As a member of a task force to bring down the Russian Mafia head who has made Columbia, SC, a home base, he is teamed with Special Agent Allie Radcliffe. They work well together and also have started forming a special bond. The story drew me in as one event after another unfolded, and people around her were ending up in the line of fire. The suspense is thick and the stakes are high. Lives are at risk. Through it all, Allie struggles with matters of faith as she sees so many plans going awry and evil continually seeming to have an advantage over good. At every step, the Mafia head and his assassins seem to know what is coming and exactly where Linc and Allie are. Allie has developed a close affinity to the teenaged daughter of the Mafia head and struggles to keep her safe, although the teenager comes through with help for Allie at times. The descriptions of the evil that emanated from the Mafia head and his closest bodyguards and assassins was almost chilling to read. However, I would rather read it than come face-to-face with anyone so evil. I particularly enjoyed the times when Linc and Allie were together with all of his family. The family members have been introduced in earlier books of the series, so I enjoyed their involvement in this story. Allie had vowed justice for her own family after they were murdered fifteen years earlier. A huge part of her reason for getting into law enforcement was so she could get herself into a position where she could fulfill that vow. Will she finally get justice? Or will she die trying? I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. This is my honest review. All opinions are strictly my own. #VowOfJustice #NetGalley
FayJac 5 days ago
Instead of suspense building to a climax like most books do, this book begins with heart-pounding action which continues throughout the book as Allie puts herself in dangerous situations trying to catch a murderer. I found myself holding my breath throughout most of the book. It was really well written and kept the tension and energy going until the end. In this book, Allie has to play “dead” which frustrates Linc, especially when he finds out she's still alive and well. He works with her to try to keep her and himself alive during many daring adventures. I highly recommend this book. Lynette Eason is an excellent writer. (Please Note: Although a copy of this book was provided to me to review by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, the opinions expressed are my own.)
CaraPutman 7 days ago
A really good who-dun-it with threads of suspense. I figured out a bad guy early, but was way off on why and what his ultimate endgame was. I love that. And the way it tied loosely to earlier books is a nice reward for those who have read the earlier installments, but will not distract from the enjoyment of the book if this is your first in the series. And the spiritual thread was perfect! Great romance as well. Basically, this book had it all.
dhiggins4 9 days ago
“Vow of Justice” by Lynette Eason was a fantastic read! This is the fourth book in the Blue Justice series, but you don’t have to read the first three books to enjoy this one. Lynette Eason is one of my favorite authors, and she didn’t fail me with this one, either. This book follows Linc St. John and his partner, Allie. Linc finds out that Allie is dead, so he is dead set on finding her killer. However, he soon finds out that Allie is actually alive. So now they’re trying to figure out who the real bad guy is. Although I did figure out who the real bad guy was, this book still kept me interested all the way through. There are some twists and turns along the way, in true Lynette Eason fashion! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that enjoys good, clean, romantic suspense novels. In fact, I recommend all of Lynette Eason’s books! I received this book from the publisher through NetGalley for my honest opinion.
Jaquelyn 9 days ago
I could not wait to get my hands on this book! If you have read any books in the Blue Justice series then you know exactly what I mean. Eason is at the top of her game and kept me turning pages with no clue what could happen next. This book was full of twists, turns and breath stealing moments. I loved getting to know Linc and Allie more, and I am not ready to say goodbye to this family. The Blue Justice series follows the St. John’s who are mostly law enforcement of some kind. I was blessed to read all the other books in this series, but don’t feel that you need to in order to enjoy this one. Of course if you haven’t read them, you might as well get them all! They are each so unique and impossible to put down. Vow of Justice follows Linc and his partner Allie as they try to capture an elusive and dangerous criminal. Before joining the FBI Allie had a secret past. It is a big part of what fuels her to be the best. When the past collides with the present she is left scrambling to put the pieces together before it’s too late. Caring for Linc as more than her partner was not part of her plans. Can she ever live a normal life? Or was she not made for happy ever after? I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys suspense. Eason is a professional at adding just the right amount of romance, mystery and faith. I was happy to bring this book with me wherever I was just in case I had a spare moment to read, and know you will be too. I received a copy of this book from Revell publishers and was in no way forced to post a review. All opinions expressed are my own.
FHlady 12 days ago
Rating 4.5 This is the final book in the Blue Justice series featuring the St. John family who all are involved in different ways in the justice system. This book features the last of the St. John children, Linc, who is an FBI Special Agent. His partner is Allison Radcliffe. When she was only 14, her family was all gunned down by an assassin and only she escaped. Now she has a lead on who that assassin was and she and Linc are out to find he and his boss who ordered the deaths. Fast paced, full of action, twists and turns galore, this high paced suspense novel kept me fascinated from start to finish. With high tech devices, Allison and Linc pulled out all the stops as they tried to solve this mystery. They even had to pull in LInc's other family members for support and advice. But somewhere along the line someone who is involved with the case is leaking info that is deterring Allison and LInc as well as putting both their lives in jeopardy. The slow developing romance between Linc and Allison was nice, and I appreciated that it didn't overshadow the suspense which was the main focus. The suspense and dramatic tension carried along throughout the story until the final culmination. The characters were all memorable even the villainous ones. And I appreciated that just enough clues were dropped to hint at whom the culprit was that was leaking info. I took half a point of my rating score because I felt like some of the descriptions were too graphic for my taste. This book can be read as a stand-alone; but if read in order; you gain a much better understanding of the St. John family and the relationships within that family. **I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell Publishing through NetGalley. Opinions are mine alone. I was not compensated for this review.
EbosAifuobhokhan_0128 14 days ago
This verse “We can make our plans, but the LORD determines our steps.” Proverbs 16:9 gets expression in this book. Allie is an FBI agent and she went into the force for reasons other than to protect people. Her childhood was a nightmare and every day she sort to correct her past. Not all her plans were right but when it came to execution she had a decision to either allow God fight her battles for her or become like her enemy for the rest of her life. I love the choices she made. I loved reading about her trying to protect a young girl who was going through something similar to what she went through as a child. Her fearlessness was so brave. She did not mind putting her life at danger to save people. For Allie it was always the safety of others before hers, even when her own health and body was on the line. Linc was a sweetheart and a superhero. I loved his patience with Allie even when she had a lot of secrets he knew nothing about. I loved how he was always ready to protect her at all cost. I loved his ability to listen and care for her even when he did not understand the whole picture, I loved most that he always reminded her of God’s love for her in her darkest moments. He loved her broken and was ready to work through her hell with her until she embraced God fully and let go of her past. He loved God and it showed in his job as an FBI agent. My favourite quote from him was “Revenge and Justice are two different things”. I learnt most in this book that we might set out with our own agendas but as children of God when we submit our plans to God he takes over and make sure only righteousness, justice and mercy comes out. He makes sure all things culminates to glorifying Him. Listening to His voice in the midst of life decisions was the best thing Allie did and everything turned out well. The twists and turns of this book was so beautiful, unexpected but so enjoyable and absolutely believable. If you love romantic suspense, then you should read Vow of Justice. I received a free copy and all opinions are mine.
the_judylwd 14 days ago
Wow!!!!! I'm embarrassed to admit this is only the second Lynette Eason book that I have ever read. It will most definitely not be the last! The action starts right away and doesn't end until the, well, end. I started with #4, but will be reading books 1-3. This series is about the St. John family, but each book is a standalone novel. Each book focuses on a sibling. This story is about Linc St. John, who is a FBI agent. The author does an excellent job of depicting a female character who is strong, yet vulnerable in some way. In this story, the main female character is Allie, who is Linc's partner. She is afraid to open up to love. I love how the author weaves the romance in to the story, but the romance does not overshadow the suspense at all. Not only did I love Linc and Allie, I also loved Daria. She is a teenager who is wise beyond her years. My favorite quote came from Linc who said "revenge and justice are not the same." This quote came to serve Allie well. I enjoyed this book immensely. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the copy. All opinions expressed are my own.
AFuhr 14 days ago
“Justice and revenge are two very different things.” Allie is on the hunt for the assassin that killed her family, and also tried to kill her, all while going under cover to take down a member in the Russian Mafia. When she finds the evidence to put the kingpin away was stashed away by his own daughter, Daria, Allie is determined to keep her safe at any cost (including her own safety). Allie’s partner Linc is determined to help her, but when she turns up dead after a tragic explosion, his fury fuels him to defy the FBI rules and branch out on his own. A story of forgiveness and life-altering choices, Vow of Justice will hook you from the very first page. My heart was shattered in the first five chapters, and then put together again in a matter of minutes. Eason has a unique gift of making you feel invested in the story, and its characters, quicker than most authors I’m familiar with. Lynette is a favorite author of mine, and this is her best series yet. My hope is that we see a glimpse of the St. John family in many more novels to come! This final installment of the Blue Justice series kept me turning the pages at any cost. You’ll never see the ending coming, and once you do, she’ll throw another curve ball your way. I couldn’t put it down!
Randi_AMDFT 14 days ago
While I am familiar with and have read other books by Lynette Eason, I believe this was the first book from The Blue Justice series that I had had the opportunity to read. The good news is, it stood alone on its own very well though I got the impression here and there that perhaps readers had already been introduced to other members of the St. John family through previous books, it in no way impacted my ability to keep up with this one. The bad news is the story was SO good, that I now must go back and read all the others to catch up on what I'd missed. Okay, okay... that's not really bad news at all, is it? Christian romantic suspense is my absolute favorite genre and this book is a prime example of just why that is. The action starts right from the beginning and kept me in its grips right through the final pages. Now I must admit I did figure out both the 'whodunnit' and other rather important plot twists fairly early on, but I don't feel like this was necessarily because it was easily predictable... just that I again read a TON of these books and have gotten pretty good at picking up on the subtle clues left throughout the story. Even at having figured out various aspects of the story out, it didn't ruin it for me. I still found myself wanting to see how it all played out. The Christian aspects in this were very natural--- not preachy or in your face, but still quite dominant in the characters life, which is something that I can very much appreciate. The romance in this story wasn't as prevalent as that seen in other novels in the genre, but I certainly enjoyed getting to know the couple too. All aspects worked together to create a fantastic story, with nothing inappropriate I don't care for! If you've already fallen in love with the Blue Justice series, you will love this final book in the series! If you've not read the others, you'll want to catch up... or just read this one on it's own. Either way, it's a great read! **I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for consideration. All thoughts are 100% my own.
KimPotter 15 days ago
Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason is the fourth book in her Blue Justice series. FBI Special Agent Linc St. John is determined to track down the ones who killed his partner, Allison Radcliffe, and make them pay for their crimes. What he didn’t expect to find was his partner alive! Now, he must deal with the hurt, anger and relief as he and Allison work together to bring about justice instead of revenge. Wow! Where do you start with a story like this one? I loved the characters. They were so down to earth and believable. They struggled with trusting God yet they kept on believing. One of the plot twists at the end was a great surprise. Didn’t see that one coming! It was a very fast-paced story with plenty of human interests throughout. I can’t say enough about Lynette Eason’s books. They’re Great!!! I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
lolly-pops 15 days ago
: VOW OF JUSTICE is the final book of the Blue Justice series featuring the St. John family. Fans will want to read Oath of Honor, Called to Protect, and Code of Valor to get the stories of the other St. John siblings. I did love Linc. He was truly a sensitive guy and knew when to back off with Allie and to even let her take charge. Allie on the other hand, held people--and the reader--distant and as a result I didn't relate well with her. This book did have plenty of suspense, but the passion, the sexual tension, and the level of edge-of-the-seatness in Ms. Eason's other novels is missing. As a result, this story kind of dragged. There were twists I never saw coming, some exciting moments, and definitely some nail-biting suspense.and I had strong suspicions who the mole was. I won't tell you if I'm right or not. Fans of romantic suspense will want to read VOW OF JUSTICE. A good read and recommended. I was given a copy free. All opinions are my own.
ganderson523 16 days ago
The Blue Justice series is such a great suspenseful group of stories that revolve the St. Johns family, a family of law enforcement officers in Columbia, South Carolina. Linc St. Johns is an FBI special agent who is very close to his partner, Allie Radcliffe. They have gotten close and started dating so when Allie is reportedly killed after an explosion, Linc is devastated. Their boss Henry wants everyone to think she is dead to protect her from a Russian mafia boss but Linc and Allie run into each other at an attempted rescue mission for the Russian's daughter. Now they are united to find the Russian but for some reason, everything that they do fails. He seems to be one step ahead escaping them. Allie has secrets about her past and an ulterior motive to get to the Russian and one of his assassins-and she finally has to come clean about her background. This is a twisted plot with a surprise villain but all is well in the end. This is another winner for Lynette Eason, a master storyteller of suspense and edge of the seat stories. Vow of Justice is action packed from beginning to end with great characters that are fun to revisit from the first book on to this one. Faith is important to the characters to get them through the tough times. Great read! I received a complimentary ARC from Revell Publishing through NetGalley and all thoughts and opinions are mine only.
Nicole_C 16 days ago
"At the door, he stood to the side, then kicked it in. And came face-to-face with a dead woman." Vow of Justice, the highly anticipated conclusion to award-winning author Lynette Eason’s Blue Justice series, is a fast-paced romantic suspense novel filled with danger, incredible plot twists, the perfect amount of romance, and of course, those handsome St. John brothers. Lynette Eason is favorite must-read author of many romantic suspense fans, and she does not disappoint in her latest novel. Vow of Justice can easily be read as a stand-alone novel, but readers will definitely want to read the entire series after falling in love with the heartwarming and beloved St. John family. Each of the siblings have their own story told in previous books in the series. Five of the six St. John siblings are involved in law enforcement, and their mother is the chief of police. The family dynamic between the six St. John siblings and their parents is much like the Reagan family in the TV show Blue Bloods, but Lynette Eason’s Blue Justice series is even better than Blue Bloods! FBI Special Agent Linc St. John finds himself in extreme danger after the alleged death of his partner Allison Radcliffe. Her undercover assignment for the FBI places her in close quarters with an extremely dangerous and powerful head of the Russian mafia. Secrets from Allie’s past continue to haunt her as she seeks justice for her family after unspeakable crimes were committed against them 15 years ago. Sparks continue to fly between Allie and Linc as their desire to catch a killer puts their own lives in jeopardy, while Allie’s past and present collide in this explosive conclusion to the Blue Justice series. Lynette Eason seamlessly weaves the characters’ faith into the novel as Allie and Linc’s belief in God remains constant even when they question why He would let bad things happen to good people. The powerful message from a youth camp speaker that Allie recalls from her teenage years stayed with her all these years: “God didn’t promise everything would be perfect, but he did promise that we’d never be alone and God would never give up on us.” Vow of Justice is highly recommended for readers of romantic suspense, especially those who enjoy books by authors such as Dani Pettrey, Lynn H. Blackburn, Rachel Dylan, Natalie Walters, and Elizabeth Goddard, and fans of the TV show Blue Bloods. Even though the Blue Justice series is regrettably coming to an end, fans of the St. John sibling Derek will rejoice in the following news…. Derek St. John will get his story told in Lynette Eason’s upcoming novella, Lethal Agenda, which is included in her romantic suspense novella collection, Protecting Tanner Hollow, releasing in November 2019. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine. Additional Quotes: "Uh-oh?” Sitting in the command van a short distance from the estate, Linc felt his heart take a nosedive. “Allie, there’s no ‘uh-oh’ in undercover work.” “Do we have a plan?” Allie murmured. “To not get killed.” “I’m good with that.” "She missed him. Missed sharing laughter, movies, and pizza nights. Missed their in-depth conversations about faith and God. He always made her think. But . . . she had to do what she was meant to do. Take down Nevsky and find the one who’d murdered her family."
TS1 16 days ago
The St. John family may be one of my favorite families next to Dee Henderson's O’Malleys and I’m sad to see their stories come to an end. I’ve been wondering about Linc since book one. There was something about the FBI agent that had me curious. As the story opened, I honestly wasn’t sure where the book was going to go (I didn’t read the blurb). As the story developed and the relationship between Linc and Allie wobbled on shaky ground, I kept turning the pages. The whodunnit isn’t cut and dry. I admit I guessed a culprit but that wasn’t the end of the story. Through the pages I enjoyed the story as it unfolded and the mixture of romance and suspense (an awesome combo). It was another great read by Ms. Eason and I’ll eagerly await her next release. *I received a complimentary copy from the publisher via NetGalley. My review was not required nor influenced.
Nanna51 17 days ago
Allison Radcliffe and Lincoln St. John combine their efforts to stop Russian Mafia kingpin Nevsky from killing his daughter Daria and from continuing to expand his criminal empire in the U.S. They have to work totally undercover since Nevsky thinks that Allison is dead. The interaction between these two is charged with tension because the reader just knows that somehow, some way, Allison and Linc will come together as a couple. Their romance is not the real focus of most of the story, though. The plot is complicated with many characters, both those in law enforcement and those on Nevsky’s team. I enjoyed finding out more about the St. John family and the background of Allison was jaw-dropping. This is a book to be read quickly the first time and then to be read again to go back and find all of the clues that you missed before. Lynette Eason has proven again that she can draw the reader in and keep them there because of her mastery of suspense and a tense atmosphere. I highly recommend this book for readers of romantic suspense who really enjoy being wrapped up in a story that won’t let you go until the end. Disclaimer Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher Revell and from Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, “Guides Concerning the Use of Testimonials and Endorsements in Advertising.”
Christianfictionandmore 17 days ago
It is always wonderful to open a new St. John family mystery. This one focuses on FBI Agent Linc St. John and his partner Special Agent Allison Radcliffe. At the opening of the story Allison is undercover as a cook in the home of Mafia Kingpin Vladislav Nevsky, but things quickly go south. Nevsky's daughter, Daria, becomes a pawn in the rising conflict between Nevsky and the FBI, and Allison's past comes back to haunt her as their efforts to locate the kingpin and find a charge that will stick, putting Nevsky away for life, continue to bring about only frustration and new questions. Lynette Eason is a master of carefully doling out clues at just the right pace. Avid mystery readers will think they have it all figured out, but even if they have it partially correct, Eason always has an unexpected surprise in store. If you are a mystery and suspense fan, this book and this author are for you. I am grateful to have received a copy of Vow of Justice from Revell via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion. I was under no obligation to provide a positive review and received no monetary compensation.
Ellen-oceanside 17 days ago
Vow of justice. Lynette Eason FBI Agent Allie wanted justice ,their names Nevsky and Radchenko, was who she wanted to take down. She is working as a cook, a chance, and Darla a young teen, and daughter of this one crime boss. See’s her take something, asking are you looking for evidence against my father. Her partner Link is close by, to hear her, but is he close enough to save her, when trouble comes. Her cover is blown , and with Daria a fight for life and justice. Fast action, great to know more about Link and Allie. Could be read alone, but good series. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion by Net Galley and Revell.