Lone Star Standoff ~ Review

Lone Star Standoff
Lone Star Justice #6
By Margaret Daley

Three years ago they killed her husband and now that she is presiding over the trial of one of their own the cartel is sending Judge Aubrey Madison a message. With the safety of her children and mother in doubt, Aubrey does the only thing she can think of - call Texas Ranger Sean McNair.

Sean has been working to stop the cartel that took the life of his predecessor Samuel Madison. Sean also suspects that the cartel is responsible for the disappearance of his younger brother Jack. With the cartel obviously working to delay or derail the trial Sean, his fellow Rangers and the local police are about to have almost more than they can handle. And when word of a potential mole is learned Sean's list of trusted protectors shrinks considerably.

With time working against them Aubrey and Sean must go back to the past and learn just what Samuel and Jack were involved in to find a connection to what is happening now.

Lone Star Standoff is the sixth book in the Lone Star Justice series and it can be read as a standalone with no effect on the reader's enjoyment. As part of the Love Inspired Suspense collection one can be assured of suspense and romance but in a clean presentation that won't leave the reader with an unsettled after-taste. And if you like suspense that keeps you in the dark as to who is the perpetrator well this one does an excellent job keeping the reader clueless.

I was provided a complimentary copy of this book by the publisher with no expectation but that I offer my honest opinion - all thoughts expressed are my own.

About the Book:
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense; Original edition (May 1, 2019)
Publication Date: May 1, 2019
A high-profile trial turns lethal…
Presiding over the trial of a powerful drug cartel member, Judge Aubrey Madison finds her life threatened, and Texas Ranger Sean McNair isn’t taking any chances. Protecting the widow and her twins comes naturally to Sean—maybe too naturally for a guy who’s convinced he shouldn’t have a family. But he can’t help wishing for a future with Aubrey…if he can keep her alive.

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1 comment:

  1. Oooh.. this sounds like a good one! Thank you for reviewing this one! Sara @ TLC Book Tours


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