Vow of Justice

For fans of police dramas, suspense and fast plots

The fourth in the Blue Justice series, Vow of Justice gives readers Linc St. John’s story. While it probably could be read as a stand-alone, I recommend starting with Oath of Honor. But if you are a fan of the series, Vow of Justice hits the mark in suspense, action and intriguing plot, just like all of the other novels!

Linc has always been a bit of an enigma in the other novels. His job with the FBI has always classified and he’s cloaked in mystery whenever he shows up. Allie Radcliffe is Linc’s partner in the FBI. She’s undercover in the house of notorious villain Vladislav Nevsky, and things go disastrously wrong from page one. Allie has to face her past as she lets everyone assume she died in an explosion. She and Linc try to take down Nevsky all while keeping Allie’s ruse in place. But Nevsky is not Allie’s only enemy and it’s hard to trust anyone as you speed read to the end.

“Just remember. Justice and revenge are two very different things.”

Vow of Justice

I’m a fan of the entire series, and love all of the action. Lots of explosions, drama and close calls. There’s danger lurking on every page as more enemies show up and target Linc and Allie. Readers are on the edge of their seats to find out how Allie will ever be safe. Allie is a complex character, with a past that few could overcome. She faces off against the man that killed her family, and has to let go of the past so she can have a future.

Vow of Justice has plenty of plot twists that kept me hooked until the last page. The whole series is a must-read for suspense fans.

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