Award-winning author Lynette Eason offers readers nonstop action as Maddy McKay and the man she loves find themselves pawns in a game with a madman.
Lynette Eason’s Elite Guardians series just keeps getting better and better with this addition of Moving Target. This one was very creepy and from the first page I was holding my breath. I have been rooting for Maddy since I first met her in the opening pages of Always Watching especially after what happened to her. And then Quinn’s dilemma in Without Warning had me on the edge of my seat, so I was pretty happy these two were getting their own story. What a story it was. It was like Hunger Games mixed with the TV show Castle. Not really sure who the Chosen One was or how he/she/them was able to do all they could really had me even looking over my shoulder.
Within these pages of action, romance, and even terror, we have deeper issues like the topic of forgiveness for oneself and family. Maddy and Quinn make a great team and I like that they already had an established relationship even though it was a bit of a murky one. However the care and obvious love they had for each other made the uneasiness of this story much more bearable.
I think these covers are the best covers I have seen for a romantic suspense series and I am so glad Ms. Eason is continuing with number four in the series. I hope there is more after that; there are a few more members on the bodyguard team I would like to get to know better. I am highly anticipating Haley’s story next.
I received a copy for free. I was not required to give a positive review and the views and opinions expressed are my own.