The police say her father's death was suicide. But Kelly Warren says it was murder--and she has new evidence that she believes proves it. Detective Cole Taylor doesn't put much credence in her claim, and nothing in his case review suggests foul play. But when Kelly ends up in the emergency room with a suspicious life-threatening medical condition, the incident strikes him as more than just coincidence. Digging deeper, he discovers she's linked to a long-ago crime. Is history repeating itself? And who wants Kelly silenced?
With her trademark high-intensity action and taut suspense, Irene Hannon closes out her Guardians of Justice series with a story of old grudges and budding romance that is sure to increase her substantial fan base.
I loved this book. Detective Cole Taylor has plenty of work to do but when Kelly Warren tells him she doesn't believe his fellow detective came to the right conclusion, he has to take it seriously. Her father would have never committed suicide and now she has the evidence to prove it. Cole isn't certain Kelly's 'evidence' is enough to warrant reopening a closed case but then suspicious things begin to happen. Now Cole must investigate and stop someone from hurting the woman he is coming to care a great deal about.
I enjoyed the past characters of the series making appearances. I liked Cole already but LOVED getting to know him better. Kelly was a great female lead and she was just what Cole and his family needed. There are some twists, turns and plenty of suspense in the book.
I rate this a 5/5. It was a wonderful ending to a great trilogy.
Thank you to Revell for the review copy of this book. I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.