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Review: Lynette Eason’s “No One to Trust”

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Lynette Eason has been one of my favorite suspense authors since I discovered her books. With No One to Trust, she showed me why I continue to read her novels.
One of the things I liked most about this book was that the main characters were already married. I don’t see that too often and I was curious to see how their relationship would pan out in the midst of lies and betrayal. Add the danger and running for your life, and Ms. Eason had me on the edge of my seat.
This is the first book in the H
Lynette Eason has been one of my favorite suspense authors since I discovered her Women of Justice Series. When I get the notification of her upcoming releases, I immediately try to squirrel away my money. Unfortunately, I had to wait awhile to buy her latest series: Hidden Identity. But there was a silver lining. Since I had to wait, I was able to buy all three of the series at once.

What could be better then sitting down and reading all three books back to back? I don’t know, but when you figure it out let me know.
Without further ado, here’s my review of No One to Trust, the first book in the Hidden Identity series.

No One to Trust is the story of Summer Abernathy and her husband Kyle. From the very beginning, Ms. Eason pulls you in. Since I’m not a fan of spoilers, I won’t tell you how, but you’ll pretty much figure it out when you read the book. Summer finds out that the man she married is not who she thinks he is. What could be worse than that? She has to make the decision to trust him because men are after her to get to him. While danger is following them, they have to work through the lies that their marriage was built on.

The thing I liked most about this book was that the main characters were already married. I don’t see that too often and I was curious to see how their relationship would pan out in the midst of lies and betrayal. Add danger and running for your life and Ms. Eason had me on the edge of my seat. Of course, when you add in the key ingredient (God) the story is bound to impress.

Let’s just say, the book ended the way I wanted and left me scanning the preview for the next book. But wait, I have the next book! Tune in tomorrow for my review of Nowhere to Turn. You can find out more information on the Hidden Identity series at Lynette Eason’s website. Happy Reading!



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