Monday, January 06, 2014

No One To Trust by Lynette Eason

Here's my review of this amazing suspense read:

First of all, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Lynette Eason and her publisher for sending me a copy of "No One to Trust" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this generosity. I really appreciate the time, effort and expense it takes to make a reviewer copy available to me.
“No One to Trust” by Lynette Eason is another incredible, fast-paced suspense story.  This tribute to the Witness Protection Program follows the lives of Kyle and Summer.  The trial is right around the corner when the truth comes forcefully to the surface for this couple and threatens their loved ones and themselves.  On the run from the criminals he is planning to testify against, Kyle’s story reveals that the consequences of our actions before accepting Christ can come back to haunt us.  But it also shows that there is true forgiveness and deliverance in Christ for all of our sins in spite of the consequences.

I absolutely needed to read this book at this very moment.  The husband and wife struggles between Kyle and Summer helped me to realize that my own marital issues can be overcome with Jesus’ help.  I came away from this book with a desire to downsize much of my life so that I might invest in what’s truly important and be available for what Jesus has in store for my life on a moment’s notice.
Lynette Eason is a master suspense storyteller.  Her characters breathe and sweat.  Her plots and subplots are woven together with such skill that her story flows effortlessly without any disruption.  The settings, from city to suburbs to forest, are purposeful and add depth and dimension to the tale.

My only issue with the book is that I requested my reviewer copy for the Kindle, and the advanced reader copy had a repeated pattern of typographical errors throughout that would disrupt my concentration and thereby hamper my ability to “get into” the story.  Hopefully this error has been corrected in the final copy of the book for Kindle.  But even in spite of this issue with the Kindle version, this was an amazing read that I highly recommend in any format.  Not only was this an entertaining novel, but it taught me about the kind of person I want to be.

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