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Connor and Samantha Wolfe are finally taking their family on a much-deserved getaway aboard a luxurious cruise ship. Unfortunately, crime doesn't take a vacation. When a wounded man stumbles into a public bathroom, Samantha and her three-year-old son Andy rush out to find help. But when Sam returns, the man is gone--without a trace. Now the race is on to find the missing man Connor and Samantha Wolfe are finally taking their family on a much-deserved getaway aboard a luxurious cruise ship. Unfortunately, crime doesn't take a vacation. When a wounded man stumbles into a public bathroom, Samantha and her three-year-old son Andy rush out to find help. But when Sam returns, the man is gone--without a trace. Now the race is on to find the missing man--and the one who shot him--before anyone else becomes a victim. Can Connor and Sam protect their family and the rest of the passengers? Or will their dream vacation become a nightmare?


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Connor and Samantha Wolfe are finally taking their family on a much-deserved getaway aboard a luxurious cruise ship. Unfortunately, crime doesn't take a vacation. When a wounded man stumbles into a public bathroom, Samantha and her three-year-old son Andy rush out to find help. But when Sam returns, the man is gone--without a trace. Now the race is on to find the missing man Connor and Samantha Wolfe are finally taking their family on a much-deserved getaway aboard a luxurious cruise ship. Unfortunately, crime doesn't take a vacation. When a wounded man stumbles into a public bathroom, Samantha and her three-year-old son Andy rush out to find help. But when Sam returns, the man is gone--without a trace. Now the race is on to find the missing man--and the one who shot him--before anyone else becomes a victim. Can Connor and Sam protect their family and the rest of the passengers? Or will their dream vacation become a nightmare?

30 review for Gone in a Flash

  1. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Cox

    Fabulous suspense eshort! Action-packed with high, personal stakes. Loved it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    A pleasant short mystery. Even though I wasn't aware it was from a series when I checked it out of the library, I didn't find the characters confusing (though there was obvious history), and I enjoyed the fast-paced murder mystery. A pleasant short mystery. Even though I wasn't aware it was from a series when I checked it out of the library, I didn't find the characters confusing (though there was obvious history), and I enjoyed the fast-paced murder mystery.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Megan Blanchet

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. its quite short but just as trilling. i would of liked to know the back story of what the flash drive held. i do think its a little cliché that Sam was there at the right moment to see the special agent in the bathroom, and that they boarded the ship in which the bad guys were. but ig that's what makes a detective story. Poor them, even on a cruise they can never catch a break. its quite short but just as trilling. i would of liked to know the back story of what the flash drive held. i do think its a little cliché that Sam was there at the right moment to see the special agent in the bathroom, and that they boarded the ship in which the bad guys were. but ig that's what makes a detective story. Poor them, even on a cruise they can never catch a break.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Really enjoyed this short "Women of Justice" ebook! It was great getting to see a little bit more of Samantha and Connor's life. For a short book, the suspense was good. A few things seemed unrealistic to me. I wish Gone in a Flash would have been a bit longer, but overall it was a good read and I enjoyed it a lot. :) *I received this Kindle book as a gift from a blogging friend. I chose to write a review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.* Really enjoyed this short "Women of Justice" ebook! It was great getting to see a little bit more of Samantha and Connor's life. For a short book, the suspense was good. A few things seemed unrealistic to me. I wish Gone in a Flash would have been a bit longer, but overall it was a good read and I enjoyed it a lot. :) *I received this Kindle book as a gift from a blogging friend. I chose to write a review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*

  5. 4 out of 5

    Candy

    This was a very short E-book. I had a little trouble trying to remember how all the characters fit together. I wish it would have been longer but it was nice to see these characters again.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sarita

    Full of action for such a short read. Ended way too soon.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Felicia

    This was a really quick read for me and honestly, I enjoyed it. I feel like it kept a steady, but quick pace and it was a page turner for me. It was an interesting take on a cruise ship crime and I liked the adrenaline pumping "What will happen next" feel to it. Furthermore, I read the Women of Justice series before this so I was already attached to these characters and felt for them throughout this short story. I mean, they were just trying to have a peaceful family vacation! Also, just wanted This was a really quick read for me and honestly, I enjoyed it. I feel like it kept a steady, but quick pace and it was a page turner for me. It was an interesting take on a cruise ship crime and I liked the adrenaline pumping "What will happen next" feel to it. Furthermore, I read the Women of Justice series before this so I was already attached to these characters and felt for them throughout this short story. I mean, they were just trying to have a peaceful family vacation! Also, just wanted to mention that "That's what you get for making my son cry" is my favorite line and that entire scene MAKES this short story!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    This is a short little novella that takes place after the events of all three Women of Justice books, and features Samantha and Connor from book one. I had forgotten how much I liked this series, and it was so nice to be back with these characters again. For such a short story, this really packed a huge punch. The sense of urgency was there from the very beginning, and this was just non-stop action. I highly enjoyed this!

  9. 4 out of 5

    EmbGram

    Suspenseful, quick read I may never go on a cruise again! Murder, a missing body, and drug thugs on a luxury cruise ship do not make for a relaxing vacation. Cooperation among the ship's security staff, A vacationing detective, his semi-retired FBI agent, and the FBI itself leads to solving the crime. This has enough action to keep the pages turning. 😁 Suspenseful, quick read I may never go on a cruise again! Murder, a missing body, and drug thugs on a luxury cruise ship do not make for a relaxing vacation. Cooperation among the ship's security staff, A vacationing detective, his semi-retired FBI agent, and the FBI itself leads to solving the crime. This has enough action to keep the pages turning. 😁

  10. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Nice short Quick fast reading short to end the series. I enjoyed it but would have loved to have more of the characters from the other books in here. I want to know what Jamie had and if Kit had a baby too!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Linda Nelson

    Connor and Samantha Wolfe are finally taking their family on a much-deserved getaway aboard a luxurious cruise ship. Unfortunately, crime doesn't take a vacation. Both are trained officers, who know what to do when their young son is kidnapped. A novelette. Connor and Samantha Wolfe are finally taking their family on a much-deserved getaway aboard a luxurious cruise ship. Unfortunately, crime doesn't take a vacation. Both are trained officers, who know what to do when their young son is kidnapped. A novelette.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dorel

    I'm sorry I stopped reading this one at chapter 3 because this story didn't hold my interest. I'm sorry I stopped reading this one at chapter 3 because this story didn't hold my interest.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sonya Aydell

    Even short, it’s still great! Lynette Eason Just has a way with words! Even in the short novella, she provided plenty of storyline and excitement!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jonna

    Awesome book. I hope there more. Thank you!

  15. 4 out of 5

    D

    When Sam, Connor, and the kids go on a cruise vacation, crime is rampant.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tara T Howington

    Quick read I love Lynette Eason. Clean, intriguing stories. Her characters are interesting and easy to follow. She portrays women as strong role models.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mariah H

    I loved the whole series and I enjoyed this book, but I would have liked if it was a bit longer.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    Short and ok

  19. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Larry and I listened to it while driving - it was fast paced. Every moment one crisis was fixed another popped up. It was a short story but very intense and entertaining.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Baker

    Very enjoyable. A quick read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Martha S Chandler

    Excellent short story Excellent story. Loved the characters. Good plot. Executed well. Keep interest until the end. Will recommend the author to others

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Great short This was a great short. Enjoyed Connor & Samantha again., A get-a-way isn’t always as relaxing as planned. God does use us where we’re at.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Donna Kale

    A surprise find for the end of the series!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lizette Vega

    Good and fast paved A quick read in two hours. Plot is a little predictable, and the 3 year old sounds a bit mature, but other than it's worth the time. Good and fast paved A quick read in two hours. Plot is a little predictable, and the 3 year old sounds a bit mature, but other than it's worth the time.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jerry Summers

    I got because it is set on a luxury cruise ship, actually a loft suite on a Royal Caribbean of Celebrity if 5000 passengers. I hadn’t read the other stories but I caught up quick.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    Suspense Novella For just a quick read, this book included suspense and resolution. I don’t usually like novellas but this kept me reading!

  27. 4 out of 5

    ⚜️XAR

    This novella was a surprise addition to the Women of Justice series. Basically, it is a vacation story for the couple from the first book in the series, Connor and Samantha. While it was nice to see what was going on with the couple a few years after the events of A Killer Among Us, I also felt that things weren't fully explained, which meant that there wasn't much actual mystery. There was a good bit of action though, but everything felt rushed, as if we the readers were being pushed from one t This novella was a surprise addition to the Women of Justice series. Basically, it is a vacation story for the couple from the first book in the series, Connor and Samantha. While it was nice to see what was going on with the couple a few years after the events of A Killer Among Us, I also felt that things weren't fully explained, which meant that there wasn't much actual mystery. There was a good bit of action though, but everything felt rushed, as if we the readers were being pushed from one thing into the next. I feel it is worth reading, but I found it to be lacking compared to the other books in the series.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tina Hunt

    There were some things I really liked about this story and one thing I didn't. Sometimes when I read a book, I wish the author would just cut to the chase. I find myself skimming through to the "good parts." This was all good parts. From the opening scene to the ending I found it packed tight with action. Intense in a very good way. It was like the tastiest snack. The perfect bite that keeps you looking forward to dinner--the author's next full course offering. What I didn't like? It was done in a There were some things I really liked about this story and one thing I didn't. Sometimes when I read a book, I wish the author would just cut to the chase. I find myself skimming through to the "good parts." This was all good parts. From the opening scene to the ending I found it packed tight with action. Intense in a very good way. It was like the tastiest snack. The perfect bite that keeps you looking forward to dinner--the author's next full course offering. What I didn't like? It was done in a blink. (I know it's also what I liked.) But it hooked me and kept me wanting more of these characters and from this author.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    This was a very short story just 35 pages on my e-reader, featuring Samantha and Connor from previous books. Had I known it was that short I would have read it a long time ago. Samantha, former FBI agent, and Connor, city cop are taking a well-deserved vacation on a cruise ship, along with their 3-year old son and Connor's 19 year-old-daughter. It was supposed to be a relaxing vacation but of course was not. Not really a lot of suspense in such a short story, and I figured out early where the it This was a very short story just 35 pages on my e-reader, featuring Samantha and Connor from previous books. Had I known it was that short I would have read it a long time ago. Samantha, former FBI agent, and Connor, city cop are taking a well-deserved vacation on a cruise ship, along with their 3-year old son and Connor's 19 year-old-daughter. It was supposed to be a relaxing vacation but of course was not. Not really a lot of suspense in such a short story, and I figured out early where the item was that the bad guys wanted, but it was a nice diversion after the longer books that I have recently finished.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    Curiosity got the best of me & just knowing this short story was even available meant that I had to read it since I enjoyed the series so much. I know it's a short story, but it is VERY short-kinda disappointed that it was $2.99 on nook then turned out to be only like 50 pages. However that being said it was an interesting read. Would've made for a great thriller including port stops & maybe a chase. Curiosity got the best of me & just knowing this short story was even available meant that I had to read it since I enjoyed the series so much. I know it's a short story, but it is VERY short-kinda disappointed that it was $2.99 on nook then turned out to be only like 50 pages. However that being said it was an interesting read. Would've made for a great thriller including port stops & maybe a chase.

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