Saturday, January 23, 2016

Always Watching

When popular psychiatrist and radio host Wade Savage starts receiving suspicious gifts at his home, his father secretly hires the Elite Guardians Agency to protect him from a potential stalker.  Suddenly, the stalker begins to target everyone closest to Wade, including the body guard assigned to him.  Agency owner Olivia Edwards takes control of the case when her employee is drugged and critically injured in the line of duty.  Will her skills and expertise in the field be enough to outsmart a clever opponent, and will her emerging feelings for Wade prove to be a blessing or dangerous distraction?

Lynette Eason’s Always Watching takes readers on a fast-paced, suspenseful adventure with plenty of twists and turns.  While the story itself was most definitely action-packed, Eason’s characters were still well-developed and complex.  Additionally, Olivia’s journey back to her Christian faith was compelling without being overtly preachy, and the love story between she and Wade was entertaining without taking over the plot.  At times, however, the dialogue seemed awkward, and the nearly constant and poorly marked changes in narrative perspective caused some confusion.  That said, this novel will keep the reader guessing and engaged until the very last page.  

I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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