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Book Review on No One To Trust by Lynette Eason
Review by D.I. Telbat
Genre: Romantic Suspense
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No One To Trust is full of rapid storytelling with abrupt action and no-nonsense suspense. This author knows how to move through a plot using high-impact statements and short chapters that don’t linger unnecessarily.
I give this romantic-suspense five stars for three reasons:
First, it was fast-paced from the start. A dead man on page one sets the whole book up for constant conflict and dangerous dilemmas. By the end of chapter one, I knew I’d have no problem reading this novel in one sitting, just to get to the bottom of the hidden identity and reconciliation between characters.
Second, the characters are remarkable in this book, each with their own voice. Several times, I set the book aside lest I scream aloud at Summer (main character) to do this or consider that, to set her straight! Other players in the story are just as realistic, some with twisted ambitions, flawed loyalties, and cautious vulnerabilities.
Third, and most importantly, Lynette Eason very naturally portrays the plain message of Christ and how a Christian responds to conflict in the world. Right away, I recognized this very fine author’s heart for prayer, and it is transferred not only to her characters, but also to the reader. A reader might say, “Why don’t I pray like that? I can lean on the Lord like this!”
The romance was natural, and the suspense was sprinkled with appropriate action to build toward a nail-biting showdown. The hidden identity theme and twists will keep everyone reading. As a guy, I can recommend this book to both guys and gals. And as a fellow author, I’m always excited to discover another writer who can entertain and teach me at the same time.
Only one matter is left to be sorted out: Who indeed is Kyle Abernathy? I recommend you read No One To Trust to find out!
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