23 January 2014

Review: No One to Trust by Lynette Eason

First in a new Romantic Suspense Series

Summer Abernathy is happily married to Kyle after a whirlwind romance. He’d never lie to her, or so she thinks until she wakes up with three strange men standing over her, asking for Kyle’s laptop. But Kyle has disappeared … Kyle is really David Hackett, part of the witness protection programme, and his past has just caught up to him.

Summer has just had her trust broken in the biggest way. She’s married a man whose whole life is a lie, and she has no idea how to cope with that. But that worry soon becomes secondary to a more important objective—staying alive when the people out to get them seem to know their every move.

Kyle/David has his own problems. He does love his wife: he didn’t just marry her to throw his enemies off his trail (as they’d be looking for a single man, not a married man with a mortgage). But now he has to try to stay alive long enough to convince Summer.

No One to Trust is a fast-paced thriller, full of unpredictable plot twists and curve balls. The pace means it’s probably lacking a little in character development, the Christian aspect is also secondary to the suspense, and the romance isn’t really there (as they are already married). However, No One to Trust is still an excellent read for fans of romantic suspense, and I’ll certainly be looking out for the next book in this new series.

Recommended for fans of Brandilyn Collins, Irene Hannon, Dee Henderson, Ronie Kendig, Diann Mills and Dani Pettrey. Thanks to Revell and NetGalley for providing a free ebook for review. You can find out more about Lynette Eason at her website.

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