- By Chautona Havig

Justified Means

  • Title: Justified Means
  • Author: Chautona Havig
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Justified Means The Agency Files Whatever it takes the motto of The Agency It doesn t exist not legally speaking However its effect in the lives of those who benefit from their aid is incalculable Lives saved restor

    The Agency Files Whatever it takes the motto of The Agency It doesn t exist not legally speaking However its effect in the lives of those who benefit from their aid is incalculable Lives saved, restored, guarded protected from the side of life most never see Their clients are usually wealthy, important desperate Their other clients well, they don t always appreciatThe Agency Files Whatever it takes the motto of The Agency It doesn t exist not legally speaking However its effect in the lives of those who benefit from their aid is incalculable Lives saved, restored, guarded protected from the side of life most never see Their clients are usually wealthy, important desperate Their other clients well, they don t always appreciate the efforts expended on their behalf not until they aren t lying on a slab in the morgue.Justified Means Erika Polowski, in grave danger danger she has no idea exists,finds herself captive, shackled, bound, gagged Her captors have the most unbelievable story, yet as the enemy manages, time after time, to get too close, she has to decide who or what to trust Can she believe the man who daily holds her at gunpoint Does she trust her gut She is certain that she knows nothing that could possibly matter to anyone has done nothing that should put her in danger.For Keith Auger, it s just another assignment Extract the client, protect the client, return the client to her life with minimal interruption Except that this client isn t so keen on being protected His usual cheerful demeanor disappeared the night he helped her escape from her home escape with the aid of duct tape, rope, and the dark of night.His faith seems incongruous with his job Her feisty personality might just keep her alive if he can t How long can they stay one step ahead of their pursuers How long can he protect her when every move they make seems only half a step behind those who want Erika dead Why can t they get a break The only answer is the one thing that he fears most Is there a mole within The Agency

    1 thought on “Justified Means

    1. Here is a well-paced story that grabs you from the very first paragraph and keeps you wondering along with Erika. Part psychological thriller, part spy drama and full of tension with a highly satisfying ending.A REAL page-turner that takes the reader on a wild ride trying to figure out the who and why of one woman’s suddenly turned upside-down life. Great characters – the good guys are really good and the bad really bad! The story becomes increasingly plausible as the author provides suffici [...]

    2. Great idea for a seriesLove the overarching story line of the Agency. Great characters interesting and out of the box. Lots of potential here.

    3. An interesting suspenseful story which starts with a bang and provides many twists and turns. Keith Auger works the “The Agency” and his most recent assignment is to kidnap and protect Erika Polowski. As a solid grounded Christian, the type of work his job requires appears, at first glance, to be a first class mismatch. Erika is feisty, rebellious, and looking for way to escape her captors. From the beginning the reader is left trying to cobble the pieces and clues and figure out what exactl [...]

    4. Chautona Havig is a new to me author but I'm very glad to have found her. I had received this book a while back as a gift on Kindle and as a lot of books do, had just been sitting there waiting to be opened and read.Keith works for The Agency which works to keep people safe which sometimes includes kidnapping the person. Erika is asleep in bed when she is rudely awaken by having her mouth tapes, hands and ankles tied together, tossed over a shoulder and removed from her house.I liked the way all [...]

    5. This was my first romantic suspense novel from Ms. Havig. She is a remarkably flexible author, with books appealing to every age and interest in several genres. I prefer mysteries and suspense stories, so I enjoyed her Hartfield Mysteries, and my granddaughter loves the Cloaked in Secrets fantasy stories, and my mother likes the serial romance novels! I was pleased to see that Havig can write a solid suspense story, with a tight plot, maintaining the tension while developing multi-layered charac [...]

    6. Oh, my gosh! How does she do it? This author is so incredible. I have enjoyed her other books, but mysteries are my favorite genre - and this one is top notch! I hope all the rest in this series live up to this one.There is an agency, not part of the US government, that when it knows someone is in danger will kidnap them, protect them until the danger is past. So exciting!!!!!! And there were times when my heart wanted to stop.I admit that sometimes the dialogue was hard to follow who was speaki [...]

    7. Best for Ages 18 and upThis story was really good and very different from everything I have read by Havig up to this point. This book is full of suspense and realistic characters, which is where the warning comes in. The unbelieving characters use bad language (though never written out) and some things they say are crude (though again, other than very minor things it is more implied then written out).This book kept me on my toes and I very much look forward to the next book.

    8. Loved this book! The Christian stuff felt completely natural, not forced - the chemistry between the hero and the heroine was sweet and breathless all at the same time - can't wait for the rest of the series to see how it plays out.

    9. I liked the mystery and suspense in this story. The story did leave me hanging so I bought the next book. I'm glad I didn't have to wait for the second book!

    10. I didn't expect to like this one but I really did! I think that if I expect intensity I handle it better than if it blindsides me in an otherwise nice family agrarian story (i.e Past Forward)

    11. So many unanswered questions! I throughly enjoyed this novel but with that there had been more closure for the characters.

    12. Definitely an improvement over the other two books of hers that I've read. Her writing style was much better and there was actually a plot. :)

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