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Review: Chasing Secrets by Lynette Eason



I have enjoyed the Elite Guardians series from the very first book I read. In Chasing Secrets we meet Haley Callaghan.  She hasn't had an easy life, but she's never been one to feel sorry for herself.  She had to take care of herself when she was younger and even lived on the streets for a bit. She's always tried to help others and has no idea that she has a family across the world in Ireland. 

 She meets Detective Steven Rothwell after an unusually tough day and could never imagine that that her involvement with him will help end a twenty-five year old case that she didn't even know she was involved in.  Haley had no idea that her parents were killed when she was younger and the lady she thought was her mother was really her nanny.  

 This series always keeps me interested with the way Lynette Eason develops her characters and intertwines the mystery throughout the story. She has a way with leading you in one direction about who you think is responsible for Haley's parents deaths and then turning you in another direction completely.  Once I started this book I couldn't wait to finish it because I was so involved in Haley's story and wanted to know what happened. I'm hoping this isn't the end of the series and that there will be more to come from the Elite Guardians.



** I received this item free for my honest review. 

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