“No One to Trust” by Lynette Eason, book review

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My Thoughts-
“No One to Trust” by Lynette Eason part of the “Hidden Identity” series

The book starts out with a prologue, I suggest paying close attention to it and maybe even visiting it after your part way through the book. It gives you some insight into who David is.
Kyle is a computer specialist, he’s working at a job when he sees someone from his past, he knows he has to get away or else he and his wife are in danger. Summer wakes up to a man with a gun to her head. He tells her she needs to find something that belongs to him that her husband stole, she has 24 hours. The book is an adventure with Summer and Kyle on the run. They need to trust God but they need to trust each other first. Things aren’t always what they seems. The ending will shock you.

I first want to start out by saying I LOVE Lynette Eason books, I’ve reviewed one on here and I’ve also bought at least 4 more to read for my our fun. This new book doesn’t disappoint, it’s full of action, adventure, SUSPENSE, a bit of romance and a lot of seeking God. I couldn’t put this book down, my heart would race as I waiting to see if Kyle and Summer would get out of each situation safe. And when I wasn’t reading I was thinking through what they should do next. To me this means the book is written extremely well. It drags you in and you can’t stop thinking about it.

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good Christan suspense. I do warn that it seems violent at times. I look forward to the need book in this series.

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