Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Crossfire by Lynette Eason My Review


About the book 

She's never lost a hostage. Surely she can manage to take care of her sister.

FBI special agent Julianna Jameson is a top-notch negotiator, but when her much younger sister, Dottie, needs a place to live while she finishes high school, Julianna's skills will be put to the test.

Former sniper Clay Fox left the army after a tragic incident that he can't get past. Until he can figure out what to do with the rest of his life, he's working as a resource officer at a school. Dottie's school.

When Julianna is called in to negotiate a courtroom hostage situation involving Clay's sister, he's impressed--and, if he's honest, a bit intimidated--by the calm, capable woman with the dark hair and blue eyes, and invites her to speak at the school.

But as the anniversary of a school shooting from Julianna's past approaches, it becomes clear that her perfect record is about to be tested and that Dottie is at risk. If Julianna and Clay can't figure out who's behind the attacks, more innocent people will die--and Dottie is next in line.

And I thought 

I have been a fan of Lynette Eason for several years having begun reading her books from my local library. 

I was pleased to find this title offered through Net Galley.  

As a fan of Lynette  Eason I immediately  became interested.  But the cover really lured me in. 

Author Lynette  Eason gives the reader a page turning  suspenful read that is hard to put down. 

Being hard to put down is one aspect of a great book. 

A smile, laugh or giggle is another plus. 

This suspenseful story didn’t  cause any giggles but a full on 'Gasp' keep this reader turning the pages! 

I feel lucky to have enjoyed these characters  and the setting.  

It is always a pleasure  to read Lynette Eason's Syspense. 

I received a free copy through a NetGalley  promotion. 

My review  will appear on Amazon and Good Reads 

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