Tuesday, January 7, 2014
No One To Trust, Lynette Easton
Like every book that Lynette Easton writes this one is filled with intense action and lots of interesting characters. Summer Abernathy's simple and predictable life is thrown into turmoil and confusion when she wakes one evening to find that her husband has gone missing and there are men looking for him. This sets the stage for an action-packed story of deception, death, revenge and organized crime. Ultimately it sets the stage for the trying of faith and for the experience of grace and forgiveness. I enjoyed this book except for the main character's lack of sympathy or understanding for the fact that her husband was in witness protection and therefor had not been able to be truthful with her about his past or true identity. Given her occupation I would have thought the she would have held some knowledge about the gravity of his situation and had a little more empathy toward him instead of crying about it. However, her sister certainly was even more on the whiny side also. This was a little hard to stomach at times. This story is very complex but is so well written that the reader easily stays up with the plot and sub plots. There are so many twists and turns that the reader stays hooked till the very lost shot is fired and the smoke has cleared. A great read to say the least. Thanks to Revell for this review copy.
Posted by Abbie Riddle