Vow of Justice (Blue Justice, #4) by Lynette Eason

Vow of Justice (Blue Justice, #4)

When Allison Radcliffe is killed, FBI Special Agent Linc St. John goes after her killer with a vengeance until he discovers she's been in hiding. He must put aside their unfinished business before she becomes the next victim.

Details Vow of Justice (Blue Justice, #4)

TitleVow of Justice (Blue Justice, #4)
Release DateAug 6th, 2019
PublisherFleming H. Revell Company
GenreChristian Fiction, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Suspense, Contemporary

Reviews Vow of Justice (Blue Justice, #4)

  • Sarah Grace Grzy
    Admittedly, I was rather sad to see this series end, but I couldn't have asked for a better finale!Vow of Justice is a wild ride from page one. The action starts there and doesn't stop until the epilogue. With many twists and turns, my adrenaline was almost constantly racing. Eason explores a variety of themes, including forgiveness and trusting God. Linc St. John and Allie Radcliffe are both very realistic characters, and, after seeing Linc feat...
  • Abigail
    Oh my word, I love Lynette Eason'd books so much!! Even though this wasn't an all time favorite by her it still was fantastic! I had a very hard time putting down this book. The action and suspense had my heart thumping in my chest. I, at one point, thought it was going to literally burst. Lynette Eason is a queen of suspense. Her books are just to die for. I have fallen in love with her writing and I think I will forever be in love with it. Her ...
  • Jen.
    ..And THAT, reader friends, is how you write a series finale!Vow of Justice has awesome twists and turns, a totally believable romantic thread and a super sinister bad guy! It’s an absolute page-turner! I don’t think it could have been any more perfect!I can’t say enough good things about this series! In fact, I already have - https://jengalaxy4.wordpress.com/2019... ! 🙂Oh! One more thing! If anyone is disappointed that Derek St. John di...
  • Maureen Timerman
    If you have been following this series this is Linc St. John’s, and if not don’t hesitate to jump in, yes, it can stand alone! I have read all of this series, and this one sure doesn’t disappoint, full of action and surprises come out of nowhere, there are so much going on I kept being surprised.Life for some has very little value and Allison and Lincoln, FBI Special Agents, are really in for enough work for a life time, that is if they mak...
  • Loraine
    Rating 4.5This is the final book in the Blue Justice series featuring the St. John family who all are involved in different ways in the justice system. This book features the last of the St. John children, Linc, who is an FBI Special Agent. His partner is Allison Radcliffe. When she was only 14, her family was all gunned down by an assassin and only she escaped. Now she has a lead on who that assassin was and she and Linc are out to find he and h...
  • Cara Putman
    A really good who-dun-it with threads of suspense. I figured out a bad guy early, but was way off on why and what his ultimate endgame was. I love that. And the way it tied loosely to earlier books is a nice reward for those who have read the earlier installments, but will not distract from the enjoyment of the book if this is your first in the series. And the spiritual thread was perfect! Great romance as well. Basically, this book had it all.
  • Abbi
    I’m going to go ahead and say it. This series is Eason’s best work to date! I’ve loved every single one of the St. John siblings’ stories and I’m kind of sad to see them end, but when it ends on such a high note I can’t be sad for too long!I loved both Linc and Allie and definitely liked them as a couple. They had started a bit of a relationship before this story began so it removed that rushed romance feeling that is sometimes presen...
  • Andrea Cox
    FTC Disclosure: NetGalley gave me a free copy of this ebook. A positive review was not required. These are my honest thoughts.While I cannot believe Derek’s book is going to be in a completely different series (he’s the only sibling to not get a book in the Blue Justice series, which simply doesn’t make sense to me), I rather enjoyed Linc’s action-packed story, which finishes out the Blue Justice saga. It was a well-written tale that kept...
  • Danielle Urban
    Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason is one thrilling tale of justice served. A young woman lived through a terrible ordeal and wants to justice. As an FBI agent, she can get the man and another evil man locked way for life. Only they somehow find her and her cover is blown. From there, she's afraid for the crime boss's daughter, who is her only ally someone she ended up caring for. The young daughter knows her dad is evil. He did something in front o...
  • Faye
    FBI Agent Linc St. John and his partner, Allison Radcliffe, are pursuing a crime boss. Allie goes undercover and makes valuable connections, when something goes horribly wrong, and now Allie has a target on her back. Will they be able to bring down the kingpin before it's too late?Suspenseful and fraught with unexpected twists and turns, non-stop action and a complex, but easy to follow plot. I love the St. John Clan and how they come together fo...
  • Angie Thompson
    Great end to the series! I love, love, love Linc, and Allie's murky past had me very intrigued (and eventually heartbroken, but that's another thing). I also liked the fact that they knew and were close to each other before, rather than falling in love with a complete stranger. :PThe mystery was very intriguing and had a bunch of surprising twists. I did figure out some of them before the reveal, but I have to give credit to clues dropped in the ...
  • Susan Snodgrass
    'At the door he stood to the side, then kicked it in. And came face to face with a dead woman.'Lynette Eason has completely outdone herself with this offering in her crazy good 'Blue Justice' series. Linc St. John, an FBI Special Agent is totally stunned and devastated to discover that Allie Radcliffe, the woman he dearly loves, has been killed in an explosion. Things, however, are not always what they seem, and Linc must find a way to cope with ...
  • Brittany
    What a fabulous wrap up to the Blue Justice series! I enjoyed all four of the books, as well as a novella that was part of the series. Oath of Honor, which was book one, and Vow of Justice, which was book four, were my favorites of the series. However, even if you haven’t read the other books, Vow of Justice can be read and enjoyed on its own.I appreciated the fast pace of this novel, as well as the simmering romance between the two main charac...
  • Nicole
    Originally posted on Inkwell Inspirations"At the door, he stood to the side, then kicked it in. And came face-to-face with a dead woman."Vow of Justice, the highly anticipated conclusion to award-winning author Lynette Eason’s Blue Justice series, is a fast-paced romantic suspense novel filled with danger, incredible plot twists, the perfect amount of romance, and of course, those handsome St. John brothers. Lynette Eason is favorite must-read ...
  • Melissa
    Vow of Justice is a can't miss Christian Fiction Suspense read. I was hooked from the first page and I devoured this story in a matter of hours. I really enjoyed the angle of Allie faking her death and all the mystery that entailed. It made for quite an interesting story and it had a few surprises along the way! Linc and Allie were very likable characters and I loved getting to see the St. John family again. This series has been thoroughly enjoya...
  • Kathryn
    Wow. This book was amazing and, really, one of the best suspense novels I’ve read this year!To begin, I have to say that I wasn’t sure about this one to start with. I’ve read one of Eason’s previous books and was not impressed with it at all. Despite the good things others have said about this series, I was still a little hesitant. Now, looking back, I am so glad I got the chance to review this book!So, what did I like about it?The whole ...
  • Kelly Bridgewater
    Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason is another example of why Eason is at the top of her game when it comes to writing suspense. I know she creates in the romantic suspense genre, but I think she is leans more heavily on the suspense side, which I LOVE. I love returning to the St. John's family. The family dynamic reminds me of the television show, Blue Bloods, which I adore. In Vow of Justice, Linc finally receives his moment to shine and tell his s...
  • Toni Shiloh
    The St. John family may be one of my favorite families next to Dee Henderson's O’Malleys and I’m sad to see their stories come to an end.I’ve been wondering about Linc since book one. There was something about the FBI agent that had me curious. As the story opened, I honestly wasn’t sure where the book was going to go (I didn’t read the blurb). As the story developed and the relationship between Linc and Allie wobbled on shaky ground, I...
  • Lilian
    This is Eason's best one yet in my opinion! What a great suspense book!Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason started off with a bang and did not disappoint throughout! I immediately fell in love with the main characters and their relationship. I think what got me first interested in the book were the main characters' names: Allie and Linc. I absolutely love Ms. Eason's creativity with Linc's name and I've always loved the name Allie. Their personalitie...
  • Ashley Johnson
    I absolutely loved this book!  Start to finish loved it!  The plot of this book hooked me and kept my interest until the last page.  I think Allie and Linc were such great characters and I loved their interactions!  This has been my favorite suspense read of the year so far!  Vow of Justice had multiple layers that I don't often find in a suspense book.  The characters had great depth and Allie in particular had a background that really pl...
  • Suzie Waltner
    I’ve spent three books and a novella with the St. John clan and looked forward to finally getting to learn more about Linc. And oh, boy, did Lynette Eason take me on a white-knuckle roller coaster of a ride.Allie and Linc are great partners. They trust each other with their lives and are willing to face difficult things head on to protect each other. Even better, they’re friends.While I figured out who was the cause of all Allie and Linc’s ...
  • Dawn
    I have been looking forward to this book for a long time. I really like the St. John family. Yet this one fell short for me. Yes I enjoyed it, but I really just feel blah about it. It was ok. I've found other books by this author to be better. I figured out by like the 3rd chapter who was the inside person, and I wasn't wrong. So, for me, there wasn't much suspense. I also wish that there had been more interaction with the St. John family. That's...
  • Denise Hershberger
    I enjoyed this latest installment in the St. John family. Linc and Allie were great partners and of course seeing old friends from previous books was great too.Normally I'm all about the romance in a book, but I wasn't crazy about a romantic relationship between FBI partners. But that being said, aside from the work implications I liked their story. And I like that the romance wasn't the main part of the book.As far as the suspense goes I loved t...
  • Paula Shreckhise
    Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason is the final book in the Blue Justice series. This one is about brother Lincoln St. John, a special agent with the FBI and his partner Allison Radcliffe. “Playing dead might just get her killed”Undercover, in order to find evidence to put away a major player in the Russian Mafia, Allison is very much in danger. After an explosion, she is convinced by her boss to play dead. When her partner, Linc, finds out she ...
  • MJSH
    What an intense thrill ride! This is book 4 in the Blue Justice series (but book 5 if you want to count the novella that came between books 2 and 3) and the series follows the St. John family - a lawyer father, a chief of police mother, and six adult children who are all in law enforcement except for one. I haven’t read any of the previous books before reading this one and felt that I missed out a little on the family background and dynamics as...
  • Caitlyn Santi
    Incredible! This book is further evidence of why Lynette Eason has a permanent spot on my list of favorite authors! She never disappoints, and always yanks me into her stories at page one! I can now officially say that the Blue Justice series is my favorite series of Lynette's to date, and I am absolutely thrilled to say that I simply cannot choose a favorite book in the series, they are all equally fantabulous! I don't want to risk giving anythi...
  • Rebecca
    3.5 stars"Just remember. Justice and revenge are two very different things." F. B. I. agent Allison "Allie" Radcliffe has been diligently seeking retribution for the killers who destroyed her family when she was a teen; to the point of obsession, it's why she chose a law enforcement career to begin with. After accepting an undercover role in the home of a known Russian mob leader, a photograph gives her the first clue that her much- sought -after...
  • Debb Hackett
    I've loved this series from the very first book, the novella and the gripping conclusion. Lynette Eason is a writer that doesn't disappoint. Like the others, the plot starts out with an explosive opening and the tension only builds from there. The characters were easy to care about and the story had enough unpredictable twists and turns to keep me guessing until the closing chapters. Excited to read this author's next offering.
  • Laura
    : VOW OF JUSTICE is the final book of the Blue Justice series featuring the St. John family. Fans will want to read Oath of Honor, Called to Protect, and Code of Valor to get the stories of the other St. John siblings.I did love Linc. He was truly a sensitive guy and knew when to back off with Allie and to even let her take charge. Allie on the other hand, held people--and the reader--distant and as a result I didn't relate well with her. This bo...