Even though Lethal Legacy is number 3 in the Guardians of Justice series I had no problem reading it as a stand alone book. It did get me interested in the first 2 of the series – and that’s good for business.
I liked the heroine, Kelly. She is portrayed as a strong, determined, yet thoughtful and artistic woman. I like that she thinks for herself and does what she can. The hero, Cole, is also portrayed as a very real person. Talented, yet not superman. It’s just all very believable – as if it could actually have happened.
The only thing that might be a negative is that it has only the slightest hat tip to religion/faith. It’s still a very clean, yet suspenseful story. I enjoyed it.
Here is the backcover copy:
The police say her father’s death was suicide. Kelly Warren says it was murder—and she has new evidence to prove it. Detective Cole Taylor doesn’t put much credence in her claim, and nothing in his case review suggests foul play. But when Kelly ends up in the ER with a life-threatening medical condition, Cole digs deeper—and discovers a startling secret that links her to a long-ago crime. Is history repeating itself? And does someone want Kelly silenced?
You can find more information at the author’s site. Published by Revell. This book was sent to me through Baker Publishing Group for the book tour. The words are fully my own and my affiliate link is in this post.