Wednesday, January 27, 2016
It’s been years since Katelyn Bowden last set foot in Evers, Texas. Sent away at age four by her father, the town sheriff, after her mother was murdered, Katelyn thrived under the loving care of her aunt in Austin. Now that her father is dying, it’s time for her to finally come home and face the past. But that means having to deal with the new sheriff, the handsome ex-New York City detective, John Davies.
When John realizes his mentor’s daughter may be hiding the key to a decades-old mystery, he fears her repressed memories could make her the target of a killer who’s still at large. He also finds it more and more difficult to resist his powerful attraction to the beautiful, talented artist. And as shocking revelations about local murders, past and present, slowly come to light, the threats against Katelyn’s life become all-too real—and John knows only he can protect the woman he loves from the peril that surrounds them both.
Previously released as Everlasting (2014) to the descriptions for Promise and Protect.
Rated 4 of 5 stars
I received it at an ARC from the author, but can be purchased on Amazon, Kobo, Barnes and Noble for $4.99 for ebook
I received Promise and Protect as an ARC for an honest review, and I'm happy to say I really enjoyed the book. Katelyn and John are a great hero and heroine. Their characters are very well developed and they keep you interested in their story, drawing you in more and to see what is going to happen. John is loved by everyone in town and Katelyn is the girl that comes back after her dad sent her away. They save each other in every sense of the word when things start to go wrong. The book is fun of twists and turns that keep you guessing. Lori Ryan did an amazing job keeping the story flowing and the reader coming back for more.