Deadly Pursuit (#2 in Guardians Of Justice Series)
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About "Deadly Pursuit (#2 in Guardians Of Justice Series)"
As a social worker, Alison Taylor has a passion for protecting children and seeing that justice is served on their behalf. But when she starts getting harassing phone calls and bizarre "gifts," it seems she may be the one in need of protection. When her tormentor's attentions take a violent turn, her brother Cole comes to her aid, along with his new partner, an ex-Navy SEAL, Detective Mitch Morgan. As her relentless stalker turns up the heat, Mitch takes a personal interest in the case. Protecting Alison has become more than just a job--because his own happiness now depends on keeping her safe.
Chock full of nail-biting suspense and heart-melting romance, Deadly Pursuit is Irene Hannon's storytelling at its very best. Fans old and new will not want to miss the next story in this series starring siblings fighting for justice.
Meet the Author
Irene Hannon is the bestselling and award-winning author of more than fifty novels, including Buried Secrets and Thin Ice, as well as the Heroes of Quantico, Guardians of Justice, and Private Justice series. In addition to many other honors, she is a seven-time finalist for and three-time winner of the prestigious RITA Award from Romance Writers of America. She is also a member of RWA's elite Hall of Fame. Learn more at www.irenehannon.
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Deadly Pursuit is the second book in Irene Hannon's Guardians of Justice series, which looks at three siblings 'bound by a passion for justice'. This novel is the story of Alison Taylor, a social worker for Child Protective Services in St Louis, Missouri, the sister of the over-protective Jake (a deputy US marshal, and the hero of Fatal Judgement), and Cole (a police detective, who looks like he will be the hero of the third in the series). Fatal Judgement (the first in the Guardians of Justice trilogy) had clear similarities to Against All Odds, the first in the Heroes of Quantico series. Deadly Pursuit gave me a similar sense of de ja vu, as it has clear similarities with An Eye for An Eye, the second Heroes of Quantico novel. This would be my one criticism of Deadly Pursuit - while it was a quick and enjoyable read, it was not sufficiently unique to be excellent or truly memorable. I hope that Cole's story will be an improvement.