Monday, September 08, 2014

Nowhere to Turn by Lynette Eason

She thought her days of hiding were over . . . but the danger has just begunThe day Danielle Harding takes her eleven-year-old son and flees from her abusive husband is the same day Kurt Harding dies. A relieved Dani believes she and her son are finally safe--but in reality, things are just heating up. When Kurt was alive, he took something important from a mysterious individual--who wants the item back and believes Dani now has it. As she and her son run for their lives, they have nowhere to turn, until she hires Adam Buchanan of Operation Refuge and goes into hiding. Unfortunately, she won't be able to hide for long . . .

From the first breathless scene, this tension-laced story will hold you in its iron grip as bestselling author Lynette Eason propels you along in a race to discover the truth.

Lynette Eason is the bestselling author of the Women of Justice series and the Deadly Reunions series, as well as No One to Trust. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America. She has a master's degree in education from Converse College and she lives in South Carolina. Learn more at

Here's my review of this wonderful suspense read:

First, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Lynette Eason and her publisher for sending me a copy of "Nowhere to Turn" 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.

“Nowhere to Turn” by Lynette Eason is the fast-paced and suspenseful second offering in the Hidden Identities series.  Dani is on the run with her young son from an abusive husband…until a death occurs that seems to set a murderous plot into motion.  Now Dani and her son are running for their lives with the help of Adam Buchanan and the Operation Refuge team.

Lynette Eason creates a gritty, suspenseful read, sprinkling clues like breadcrumbs for the armchair sleuth and weaving an engaging romance throughout a solid plot.  This sophomore novel in the series reads perfectly well as a standalone book.

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