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  • Collateral Damage

    I have enjoyed previous books written by Lynnette Eason in the past and Collateral Damage is by far my favorite I have read by her to date. It is a fabulous beginning to her new series, Danger Never Sleeps. This suspense filled tale is one that made me not want to put it down until I had the whole book read in one sitting. Which was time well spent. Collateral Damage gets five plus stars from me. I look forward to reading the next installment from the Danger Never Sleeps series. I can not wait for its release. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

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  • Explosive Start for this New Series!

    This is an explosive start for Lynette Eason’s newest series! This high pace action-packed story focuses primarily on Brooke and Asher, but readers will also get to know many secondary characters. After going through a traumatic event in the Army, Brooke seeks to counsel those in need. Asher finally decides to seek help for PSTD and makes an appointment only to find a dead body in the office. After piecing together different things, they decide that maybe there is more at play than previously thought. It is a race to the finish to discover what is really going on in this story. For those of you who are fans of Ms. Eason, you will love this latest series by her! For those of you who are interested in trying a book, this book is a great place to start! I highly recommend this book! You will not be disappointed! I can not wait for the next book in the series to be released. ***I was given a free electronic copy of this book from the author for an honest review. This is my honest opinion. Even though I received this copy free, I have purchased her books before.

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  • Great Series Beginning!

    Suspected treachery. An ambush of Army troops. An explosion in a cafe. Collateral Damage begins with danger and excitement and these two elements continue throughout the book. Asher James and Brooke Adams both face near death during their Army service in Afghanistan but their individual returns to civilian life don't prove to be any safer. Brooke sets up private practice as a psychiatrist but soon becomes a target and it is former Army Sergent James who becomes involved in her protection. Asher is now a FBI agent and he and Brooke feverishly race to learn who is trying to harm her. Is there a cover-up involving incidents from their Army service? Were secrets really sold to jihadists and if so, was an innocent soldier labeled a traitor? Is it possible that there is something much more sinister that someone is hiding? Something worth killing for? This is the first book of a new series from Lynette Eason and she definitely grabbed my attention with her depiction of the ugliness of war and its aftermaths. Collateral Damage has villians, intrigue, and unthinkable acts caused by greed but Eason also adds heroes, faith, and the Christian values that our country was built on. Reading this book increased my pulse rate and caused me to lose sleep but it was definitely worth these side effects! This is romantic suspense at its best and I truly enjoyed Collateral Damage. I'm looking forward to the next book in the Danger Never Sleeps series. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell but I was under no obligation to leave a positive review. These are my own thoughts.

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  • The Good vs. The Really Bad!

    As a result of surviving brutal explosions in Afghanistan, both Asher and Brooke have left the military. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), each of them are trying to piece their lives back together. Not really knowing each other while in the military, they have now been thrown together because someone is trying to kill Brooke. Can it be related to something she unknowingly became linked with while overseas? At the same time, a number of shallow graves are found in South Carolina, the people are multiple ages, races and nationalities, what common link do they all share that led to their deaths? Law enforcement is mystified about what the connection could be. Meanwhile, back in Afghanistan, reporter Sarah is working incognito in an orphanage, and has uncovered a terrible crime involving the children. She fears the dangerous people behind it have found her out, making her life at risk--but she might not be able to get out in time. Fast-moving thrills and action fill this book, with faith woven in lightly. Even though there are a lot of characters introduced at the beginning, stick with it, and the story will smooth out. Keep in mind that, once revealed, the subject matter is shocking, and, for me, it was difficult to read. This many layered 4 1/2-star tale will be enjoyed by those who like fast-paced, action stories. Revell Publishing has provided bookreadingtic with a complimentary copy of Collateral Damage, for the purpose of review.

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  • Debut of Danger Never Sleeps series

    Collateral Damage by Lynette Eason is the first in the Danger Never Sleeps series. My interest was captured from the very first chapter. Brooke Adams and Asher James are complex characters. Brooke is a woman who got burned out while helping military personnel and then harmed in the explosion. She held a man’s hand while he died and has a last item to give his wife along with a message. Brooke is suffering from PTSD and is dealing with it the best way she knows how. Asher James has been discharged from the Army and is having trouble dealing with the nightmares. Asher is a man who prefers not to reveal his feelings, but he believes Brooke is the one person he can talk to because she understands what he is going through. Asher rescued Brooke from the restaurant, so they have had similar experiences. The last thing Asher expects to find is a dead body in Brooke’s office. They experience an immediate connection which grows deeper as they evade the killers. The mystery was multifaceted. I do not want to say too much and give anything way. I like the complexity of the crime and how it was revealed bit by bit. I enjoyed figuring out who was involved and what they were up to. There are surprising twists and unexpected revelations. I especially liked the action which kept the story moving along at a fast pace. The author created such a delightful villain. I like how Christianity was incorporated into the story. The romance did not dominate. It developed as Brooke and Asher worked to stay alive and get the bad guys. There are quite a few characters and it can be hard to keep track of them at times. I enjoyed how everything came together at the end and I am looking forward to the next installment in Danger Never Sleeps series. Collateral Damage is an intense Christian suspense that you will not want to put down.

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