REVIEW of Vow of Justice (Blue Justice #4) by Lynette Eason

Vow of JusticeWhen his partner Allie’s cover gets blown, Linc St. John must put a hold on his romantic feelings for her and pull out all the stops to save her from a Russian crime boss. As the attempts on both of their lives intensify, Linc finds out that Allie’s past life is far more harrowing than he knew. It seems that she knows her assignment personally, and the question is: is she out for revenge or justice?

This fourth book of the Blue Justice series was filled with non-stop action. The twist at the end was fairly predictable, but that didn’t lessen the enjoyment. The Christian themes were woven deftly into the story, and I must say that it’s pleasant being able to read a “clean” thriller with no swearing and sex that still has heart-pounding suspense. While the previous book about Linc’s older brother Brady St. John was a good read, I think this one was even better.

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own. 

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