I have been so impressed with Lynette Eason’s Elite Guardians series. I just finished the second book, Without Warning, and now I’m watching for the third, Moving Target, coming next Spring. Each of Eason’s characters is wounded emotionally in some way but chooses to fight through personal issues in order to protect others and make the world a safer place. They find strength in knowing each other’s weaknesses, so they can step up for each other and work together as an effective team. The four Elite Guardians (bodyguards) also have an extensive network of law enforcement officers who enhance their efforts (and add interesting characters to the story).
The focus of Without Warning is on Katie Singleton who inadvertently finds a case for the agency when she stops to see why police are surrounding a restaurant owned by one of her self-defense student’s uncle, Daniel Matthews. When evidence suggests that Daniel is being targeted by someone who wants to put him out of business and ruin his life, his niece hires Katie and her team.
Fans of romantic suspense mysteries will love this book. I received my copy from Revell in exchange for this honest review.