Book Review: Protecting Her Daughter by Lynette Eason


Title: Protecting Her Daughter
Author: Lynette Eason
Series: Wrangler’s Corner
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense
Release Date: March 1, 2016

Book Summary:


After someone attempts to abduct her daughter, single mom Zoe Collier flees to a remote ranch for safety. But when the would-be kidnappers follow them to Wrangler’s Corner, Zoe must figure out why somebody wants Sophia. Local vet Aaron Starke is determined to help Zoe investigate—and to keep his intriguing new neighbors safe. Zoe’s used to relying on her own wits to survive. But quick-witted, caring Aaron is just the type of man she needs in her corner. And he might be her partner for keeps…if they can find the truth without losing their lives.

Anita's Review 2

Pretend you step into an ice cold puddle. Your body emits a gasp and your first coherent thought is, “I’m awake!” That’s kinda how I felt at the beginning of this novel. It’s not quite a jolt, but close.
Zoe and her daughter Sophia are running, hiding and creating chaos in the wake of their path. I was immediately drawn to these likable characters. Add in a handsome vet, some gun shots, and a baby calf being born, and well, I just was hooked.

As fast and furious as this book starts, one may expect it to slow down and allow the reader to catch a breath. Nope. Lynette Eason is a skilled writer who can keep the action going while fleshing out the characters and filling in the back story.

Our author is also skilled at giving clues as to where the danger is originating from without showing all her cards. In other words, I was near the end before I totally nailed who was the bad guy.
This was an enjoyable read. I would recommend it.

5 stars
Rating:5 stars

Content: Clean, kissing, mild violence, some religious elements.

Source: Netgalley

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