Wednesday, April 10, 2024

 Hey everyone! So today I've got a review for Vanishing Legacy by Lynette Eason & Kate Angelo. I'm rapidly becoming an insta-buy fan of Angelo's work, so I was excited to be offered the opportunity to read an ARC of this new series, part of the Elite Guardians world that I'm already a fan of. So let's get into it!


For this Elite Guardian, protecting her client’s daughter just got personal.

Elite Guardian Alana Flores, former LAPD underwater dive detective, just wants a fresh start in Savannah, Georgia, with her son, Rocco. Hoping to repair their broken relationship, and provide a safer, more stable life, nothing could be more disastrous to her hopes than when they find a terrified, autistic child in her shed.

Oh no.

Enter Cash Thomas, a widowed trauma surgeon struggling to raise his autistic daughter, Penny. He’s put his wife’s disappearance and presumed death behind him…until someone tries to kidnap his daughter. Terrified of losing Penny to the same cartel that supposedly killed his wife, he turns to Alana and the Elite Guardians.

But is Sonia really dead? Or is she behind the kidnapping attempts? Cash and Alana must keep their children safe, uncover the truth about Sonia, and find a way to outsmart the cartel before it’s too late.

And what about the spark between them? Could this be the fresh start they both long for? Certainly not while their children are in danger. And when their worst fears happen, will they lose everything?

With heart-pounding foot chases on River Street, underwater thrills off Tybee Island, and a climactic showdown at Forsyth Fountain, Vanishing Legacy will leave you breathless.

Order it HERE!


Well, this one starts off with a bang! There's a lot to love about this book, and I've got high hopes for the series overall. The characters are dynamic and believable; the plot is one that will genuinely keep you guessing. It's not often that I find a story where I don't immediately know whodunnit, so this one had a few twists, turns, and false leads that really kept my attention. If you've read CHRISTMAS IN THE CROSSHAIRS, you've met Alana and Rocco already! It was fun to get to know these characters more. Additionally, the accurate representation of an autistic child and the various triumphs and struggles related to parenting or otherwise caring for Penny was great to read. (Angelo's disability representation is one of my favorite things about her books!) If you enjoy fast-paced romantic suspense, relatable characters, and rollercoaster plot twists, this is definitely a good one to pick up ASAP! 

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.

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