No One to Trust
Plot Development: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ⑨ 10
Pace: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ⑩
Quality of Writing: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ⑩
Characters Development: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ⑩
Ease of Reading: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ⑩
Publication Date: 2014
Number of Pages: 320
Series: Hidden Identity-Book 1
Summary on back cover:
Summer Abernathy wakes up one morning to find her husband missing, three men in her home intent on finding him, and the life she's been living based on a lie. Which Kyle Abernathy did she marry? The computer programmer she met in line at the bank? Or the one who was apparently using that image as a cover story?
The search for her husband--and answers--takes Summer ever deeper into a world of organized crime where people are used one moment and discarded the next. And with her deepest relationship of trust already shattered, Summer doesn't know who to believe.
Always thrilling, bestselling author Lynette Eason outdoes herself in this taut, breakneck story of lies, loyalties, and love that will have you up all night to discover the truth hidden in the shadow.
Wow! Hang on tight for this one. From the first page, No One to Trust is a heart-pumping, adrenalin-surging book that will have your hands glued to it until you finish it at 2:00am. 🙂 This book Is definitely non-stop action. You are probably thinking because it is so fast-paced that the character development was miserable, but it’s not! The characters Summer and David were phenomenal. Lynette Eason kept them very well-developed throughout the whole book. She is such a gifted writer.
And while I’m on Summer and David, as you probably know they are married throughout the book, which was so nice. Sometimes I get tired with the ending of the book being “they lived happily after”. I felt like Lynette Eason did marriage justice. It’s not just all sunshine and roses, but when things got tough they stuck it out to the end. This was so refreshing to read. I was a fan of Lynette Eason, but now I am a SUPER fan. However, this type of book is not for everyone. I know a few people that are not crazy about this type of book.
I usually end a review with a comparison, but the thing about this book is that it’s in a league of its own. All I can say is well…. read it!