Author: Sara Davison
Series: The Night Guardians, #1
Release Date: June 1, 2019
She must choose between the man who represents the law and the one who may have taken it into his own hands.
Neglected by her parents for most of her life, Nicole Hunter keeps everyone, especially men, at arms’ length. So when Attorney Gage Kelly walks into the diner where she is waiting tables one evening, she fights her attraction to him with everything she has.
Gage and his brother Holden grew up in an abusive home, and Gage has baggage of his own. But the connection between him and Nicole is too strong to ignore, and Gage manages to convince them both that their relationship is worth the risk.
Then children begin disappearing in the night.
When Detective Daniel Grey starts to close in on the child snatcher, and enlists Nicole’s help, she faces her deepest fear. Everything and everyone she has clung to so tightly could be ripped from her, leaving her completely alone.
Except for one.
Reviewer: Laura J. Davis
Vigilant by Sara Davison will grab you from the first page and not let you go until you are finished.
The subject matter may be intense for some, but it will get you thinking. What would you do if faced with the impossible situation of saving a child from an abusive home, where the law and social services have failed? Would you break the law to do good, or would you trust in a failed system? In this book, there is a network of people who believe they are doing the right thing by snatching children out of their beds at night to protect them from their abusers. But Detective Daniel Grey sees child abductions and wants to find the culprit(s) and reunite the children with their families. But as things progress, even he starts to wonder if he is doing the right thing.
This book has a bit of everything, suspense, danger and even a little romance. And through it all, the author weaves the importance of God in our lives and our decisions. The characters are believers trying to do the right thing, but the question is - what would God consider the right thing to be?
A thoroughly enjoyable read. I highly recommend it.
Reviewer: Gee Dixon
I highly recommend this book. It was full of suspense. It brought tears to my eyes several times. It made me wonder what would I do if I knew these children needed help from their abusive home where they should feel safe? I really like how the author put God as the key part in the characters lives.
I am so anxious for the author’s 2nd book to come out in this series. I rate this as a 5 Star!
I received a copy of the e-book from Sara Davison and all opinions are my own.