Guardians of Justice
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Kelly Warren knows that her father did not commit suicide and now she believes she has proof. On her birthday, five months after her father's death, she receives a gift he bought the day before his death. Tulip bulbs, with a note telling her he looks forward to planting them with her. Would a man who was planning on killing himself, look forward to the future, it concreted her belief that he did not die at his own hands. Convincing the police is another story, but she has to try.
Cole Taylor, happened to be the detective who spoke with Kelly when she brought in the note that came with the bulbs. He tried to convince her that he would look into the case, but the lead detective was on vacation. Leaving there convinced nothing more will happen, she is truly sad knowing there has to be more that they just have not discovered. Encouraged by Detective Taylor to dig through her father's things for perhaps some information that could link him to something that might lead to murder, imagine her shock when she finds a picture of her parents at their wedding that has different names written on the back of the photo. This find will blow this case wide open. This find, and the attempt on her life at a local coffee shop.
This book was a grab you by the throat and hold your attention kind of story. You will not want to put it down! There is a great attraction between Kelly and Cole that will leave you hoping for a romance, and your heart will hurt as Kelly deals with discovering that her father had secrets. Riveting is the best word I can think to describe this book! 340 pages US $ 14.99 5 stars.
This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.
Available August 2012 from your favorite seller of Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group.