Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Book Review - "Lethal Legacy"

I was excited for Irene Hannon's "Lethal Legacy" to be released as I have loved her Guardians of Justice Series; however I was also sad to see it end as this is the conclusion to the series.  Cole Taylor is the main character of this book and the last of the Taylor siblings to be of main focus.  Cole works as a police detective and he becomes involved with digging back into a case when a deceased man's daughter has misgivings about her father's death being determined a suicide.  Kelly knows that there is more to her father's death than what was determined by the case detective and she will do anything to get this case reopened.  However, Kelly does not count of this putting her own life into danger or her heart as she finds herself attracted to Cole and the feelings appear to be mutual.  As Kelly works on finding missing information at her father's home, she stumbles upon a photograph that leads to a startling discovery and Kelly learns that her family is not who she thought they were.  As more and more discoveries are made, someone becomes even more determined to take care of Kelly and who she believes to be on her side really is not.

This is an excellent conclusion to the series!  I have enjoyed reading about the Taylor siblings and their relationships and work and this book did not disappoint in the least!  Kelly and Cole are both such great main characters and I enjoyed reading and seeing their relationship develop in the midst of the heartache and struggles they face while working on the case.  The characters are all so real as are their conversations and interactions.  This is especially true between the Taylors and added in to the mix are Mitch and Liz, both of whom are perfect spouses for Alison and Jake.  Hannon's style of writing is so easy to read and I just kept wanting to read until I had finished it as it was filled with twists and turns and I could not wait to discover how things ended up! 

“Available August 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

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