Thursday, January 9, 2014
A Review: No One to Trust
I've been a fan of Lynette Eason for a while, but No One to Trust is her best book so far. The action starts on the first page and doesn't let up until the very end. Even in suspense books, there's usually a spot in the book where I can put it down to do other things...like sleep, but not in this one. I had to stay up until 3 a.m. to finish.
When Summer is accosted in her own home by men searching for her husband, she's thrown into a tailspin of lies, cover-ups, and the mob. Summer has to decide if her husband, who is not who he said he was, can be trusted with keeping her safe from the men who will stop at nothing to get what they want.
Summer's journey to justice and truth is a tangled one where the lines get blurred and the truth is hard to find, and it is fantastic. The twists and turns are continuous, some are expected and others caught me by surprise. Some books have so much action that the character development suffers, but Eason balances Summer and her husband Kyle's relationship with God and each other with the action with ease.
Lynette Eason is off to another winning series with this first book. Fans of Christian romantic suspense don't want to miss this one!