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Are you the Weakest Lynx?

Today's Book Spotlight is on Weakest Lynx by Fiona Quinn. Weakest Lynx is the first in The Lynx Series and is followed closely by Missing Lynx and Chain Lynx, all available on Amazon. Weakest Lynx is published by Kindle Press, which means it was chosen through the Kindle Scout program by readers like you. That is how I came to find the author and the book. So, now that I've given you a little background on it, I give you Weakest Lynx.

Lexi Sobado is a 20-year-old experienced intelligence consultant with a special psychic gift. However, her gift couldn’t prevent her from becoming the focus of a
stalker’s desires. With a death threat shoved in her purse, she finds herself caught in the middle of a sinister web of crime and corruption.

Striker Rheas, a seasoned special agent, is charged with keeping Lexi safe. But can he keep his personal life separate from his professional life as he finds himself falling for his assignment?

What Lexi hides, what she reveals, and what she keeps trying to uncover is a delicate balancing act as she tries to save her own life and stop the killer. Can Lexi learn to love, trust, and harness the power of her psychic flashes before it’s too late?

Lexi Sobado is the kind of protagonist you can't help but love. She's tough, yet vulnerable, smart, yet innocent, trusting of the ones she loves, and fiercely distrusting of the rest of the world. When you first meet Lexi you know within a few pages that it will be a long winding road to discover all the facets of her personality. Some might call her a child prodigy, her education lacking the traditional route and aimed towards real life applications, and it has made her into the woman she is at just 20 years old. She's newly married, to a man who left her the next day for Iraq. She's lost enough people in her life to be careful with her heart, but when she lost her heart to Angel she trusted he would come back to her. 

Setting Lexi as a woman aside, and opening up Lexi as a well trained secret operative faced with a stalker, is much more difficult to break down. Lexi has psychic flashes, among other skills, that tell her when and where the stalker will strike next. She smells him, hears him and breaths with him, but she cannot see him. When she is put under protection by the mysterious Iniquus group she becomes the weakest lynx, in more ways than one. She's faced with many obstacles as an operative, but also as a woman. She finds herself drawn to Striker, the man charged with protecting her. She's married, but as a woman who hasn't seen her husband in months, she begins to wonder what she might be missing. 

I must stop here before I give away any spoilers, but the whole book is a thrill ride of mystery, deceit, learning to trust in the physic abilities of those with the gift, and little by little letting Lexi Sobado into your heart. 

I give Weakest Lynx five cups of beautiful, phantom, smoking hot coffee....

This story follows girl-next-door Lexi Sobado from her home in suburban
Washington D.C., to a prison in Honduras. There, as Lynx, an undercover agent for government support group Iniquus, she must use all of her skills to escape the clutches of Maria Rodriguez, a long time enemy who wants to use Lynx as a pawn in her deadly game.


Found in the debris of the plane wreck barely alive, Lexi Sobado is finally home. But home does not mean safe. Someone powerful, connected, and willing to kill is after her.

Lexi Sobado, the young Iniquus puzzling prodigy, puts her expertise to the test as she faces a dark enemy, threatening not only her and Iniquus, but American
defense and safety. Lives are on the line, can Lexi find the puppet master in time?

About the Author

Canadian born, Fiona Quinn is now rooted in the Old Dominion outside of D.C.
with her husband and four children. There, she homeschools, pops chocolates, devours books, and taps continuously on her laptop.

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