Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Do you like hunky Navy Seals?

Hmmm. I think my subject title sounds a little like a SPAM email. HAHAHA. Oops ;)

Seriously though, Liz Johnson's newest Love Inspired Suspense, A PROMISE TO PROTECT, has a hunky Navy Seal and soooo much more - relatable, three dimensional characters you immediately connect with, a side of quirky, realistic side characters that move the story forward, an excellent suspenseful plot with surprises, and plenty of romance.

I loved how Liz incorporated the Navy Seal "lingo" so naturally into the story, but in a way us civilians could still understand. It really gave the book a unique and interesting edge and showed how much she did her research.

About the book:

Navy SEAL Matt Waterstone knows about keeping people safe. When his best friend's sister is attacked, Matt promises no harm will come to Ashley Sawyer—not on his watch. But Matt's not the only protective one. Ashley will do anything to safeguard the residents of the battered women's shelter she runs. She's sure she can handle the threats she gets in return. What she can't handle is the way Matt scales the walls around her heart. Yet when she falls prey to a crime web far more sinister than she'd realized, trusting Matt could be the only way to survive….

This is one great story you definitely don't want to miss :)  The official release date is November 27th and your local Wal-Mart just might have it on the shelf a day or two early as they're known to do. The perfect, affordable, holiday read for your own shelf or to add to a Christmas gift. :)

Liz is a friend of mine and a talented writer. Check out her back list too at her website!



Liz Johnson said...

Thanks so much for your review, Betsy! :) I'm so glad that you enjoyed Matt and Ashley's story! I love a hunky Navy SEAL hero, too!

Diane Estrella said...

This sounds like an interesting book. Thanks for your thoughts and the review. Hope you have a wonderful holiday week! :O)


P.S.-I have 4 giveaways going on at my site this week if you're interested in stopping over.