Monday, 24 January 2011

Fatal Judgement ~ Review

New Series from Bestselling and Award-Winning Author Irene Hannon.

Fatal Judgment is the first novel in the new romantic suspense series “Guardians of Justice” by acclaimed author Irene Hannon, who has been recognized with accolades including RITA and Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice awards.
Author Dee Henderson has praised Hannon’s latest book, saying, “Fatal Judgment is Irene Hannon’s storytelling at its best. I enjoyed every minute.”
In Fatal Judgment, U.S. Marshal Jake Taylor has seen plenty of action during his years in law enforcement. But he'd rather go back to Iraq than face his next assignment: protection detail for federal judge Liz Michaels. His feelings toward the coldhearted workaholic haven't warmed in the five years since she drove her husband--and Jake's best friend--to despair . . . and possible suicide.
As the danger mounts and Jake gets to know Liz better, he's forced to revise his opinion of her. And when it becomes clear that an unknown enemy may want her dead, the stakes are raised. Because now both her life--and his heart--are in danger.
Full of suspense and romance, Fatal Judgment is a thrilling story that will keep you turning the pages late into the night.

“Fatal Judgment is Irene Hannon’s storytelling at its best.
I enjoyed every minute.” 
– Dee Henderson

Irene Hannon is the author of more than 25 novels, including the CBA bestsellers Against All Odds, An Eye for an Eye, and In Harm's Way. Her books have been honored with the coveted RITA Award from Romance Writers of America, the HOLT Medallion, the Daphne du Maurier award, and the Reviewer's Choice Award from Romantic Times BOOKreviews magazine. She lives in Missouri.

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Fatal Judgment
by Irene Hannon
ISBN: 978-0-8007-3456-5
Available January; $14.99

My Review:

WOW! I truly can't say enough good about "Fatal Judgement" by Irene Hannon!! If you enjoy Suspense, Romance, and Mystery then Fatal Judgement is for you!

Jake Taylor is a U.S. Marshall assigned to protect Liz Micheals, a Federal Judge. Jake loves his job but when he receives the assingment to protect Liz he is not pleased at all. Liz was married to Doug, his best friend from college, and his view of Liz is less than favorable! But was Doug honest or did he completely mislead Jake all along?

Liz Michaels is a strong woman. But everyone has their breaking point!! Losing her husband was hard enough and now someone is after her? To top it off her protector, Jake Taylor, does his job well but clearly would rather be anywhere but near her. Why?

Fatal Judgement is a book that kept me on the edge of my seat! A book that I didn't mind losing sleep over because I simply could NOT put it down! Irene Hannon is phenomenal and the story of Fatal Judgement is excellent! I definitely give this book ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ This was my first book from Irene Hannon and I CANNOT wait to read other novels from her! In searching for her other books I found that the first book "Against All Odds" in her Heroes of Quantico series is available for a free download on your Kindle right now!!

“Available January 2011 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

Thank you Donna and Revell Publishing for allowing me this complimentary copy in exchange for this honest review!


Irene Hannon said...

Hi, Loren. Thank you for the spectacular review of my latest book! And do take advantage of the free Kindle offer on Against All Odds, my first romantic suspense book. I think it's about to expire. Also, Book 2 in my new Guardians of Justice series will be out in September. It features Jake's sister, Alison. Hoe you enjoy that one, too!

carla stewart said...

Loren, just stopping by to wave and tell you I love your blog! It's great to meet fellow Okies!

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