Happy New Year! Today, January 1, 2019, is release day for Lynette Eason’s newest romantic suspense novel. It’s always exciting to see another fabulous release from an author who makes reading worth your while. This book, Code of Valor, gets five stars from me.
I had the opportunity last year to attend Lynette’s Weekend With the Writers where the event was held in Lynette’s home. It was a wonderful relaxing experience and so enlightening hanging out with her, Tamela Hancock Murray, Alycia Morales, Edie Melson, and Lynn H Blackburn. So much wisdom in one room was an aspiring writer’s dream and the optional brain-storming session was priceless.
Lynette is a successful author and she knows how to keep the reader turning the page. Code of Valor captured my attention with the first line and made me feel like I had been transported into the story running for my life with Emily Chastain, a Financial Crimes Investigator, and Detective Brady St. John.
While Brady is trying to relax at the rental cabin and enjoy a much-needed vacation, screams devour the silence, and he instinctively reaches for his weapon. Brady spots a man pointing a gun at a woman on a boat in the middle of the lake. When Brady yells for the man to let her go, shots are fired at him instead. The woman throws herself into the lake, and the boat speeds away.
Brady jumps into the water and rescues her before she drowns. After pulling Emily to safety, the plot thickens, and a stream of non-stop action and suspense fill the pages. If you’re looking for a fast-paced novel, you’ll love this one.
*A special thank you to the publisher for a complimentary copy of this book via NetGalley. All opinions are my own.
Award winning, best selling author Lynette Eason brings readers to the edge of their seats and more importantly to Christ. Her books have been on the ECPA & CB bestseller lists and have won an Inspirational Readers Choice Contest and a Carol Award. She is a finalist of a Carol Award, Romantic Times, ECPA, Selah Award, Line Award, Christian Retailing’s Best Book Award, and the Daphne du Maurier.
Lynette grew up in Greenville, SC. After graduating from the University of South Carolina with a Business Degree, she moved to Spartanburg, SC to attend Converse College where she obtained her Master’s degree in Education. She started her teaching career at the South Carolina School for the deaf and blind.
She is a member of RWA (Romance Writers of America), FHL (Faith, Hope, and Love) and ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers).
Sounds like an interesting book.
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