A Promise to Protect – Book Review

In a steamy small town riddled with broken promises, one woman’s secret could change everything.

Acting Sheriff Ben Logan hasn’t heard from Leigh Somerall in a very long time, but it doesn’t mean he can get her–or their whirlwind romance of ten years ago–out of his head. When she calls out of the blue, it is with a strange request to protect her brother, Tony. But all too soon, Ben is charged with a different task–protecting Leigh from the people after her brother. With Leigh doing everything in her power to avoid Ben, it’s no easy task. And the secret she is keeping just may change their lives forever.


This is the second book in the Logan Point series. These books can be read as stand-alones because the second book does not have any of the same plot as the first one and this one focuses on Ben Logan’s story and you don’t need to know what happened in the first one to get this one.

This book falls into the romantic suspense genre of Christian fiction. Often in the romantic suspense genre books fall into one side of the genre more so than the other. This book falls more to the side of the romance side of the genre. The main focus of the plot is Ben and Leigh’s relationship and whether they will be able to work through their issues while trying to figure out who killed Leigh’s brother and shot Ben’s dad and keeping everyone safe.

I liked the book but I was a little disappointed with the ending because there was a character I really didn’t like and had made up my mind that they were involved with the crimes somehow. I felt that the ending left some loose ends that I was not expecting and was not happy with.

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