Review: HIDDEN IDENTITY series / by Lynette Eason

No place to hideLynette Eason (Hidden Identity, 3)
Revell     ISBN 9780800722104

Nowhere to turnLynette Eason (Hidden Identity, 2)
Revell     ISBN 9780800722098

No one to trustLynette Eason (Hidden Identity, 1)
Revell      ISBN 9780800722081
Adult     Rating:  4

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Lynette Eason kicks off a new contemporary romantic suspense series with No One to Trust, where a wife finds out that her husband is not the man she thought he was — not his name, not his background, and definitely not his relationships.

In No One to Trust, family lawyer Summer Abernathy wakes up to find a gun pointed at her as three men demand to know the location of her husband, Kyle Abernathy, although they ask for him by another name, David Hackett. She is unaware he is in the Witness Protection Program and a key witness  at a crime boss’ trial in three weeks, if he lives that long. While she discovers the truth, others are trying to find him and will use any means to prevent him from testifying.

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She continues her new contemporary romantic suspense series with Nowhere to Turn, where a wife finds out that her abusive husband has built a web of relationships to entangle her even after his death.

In Nowhere to Turn, Danielle Harding takes her eleven-year-old son Simon with her as she tries to escape from her abusive husband. When her husband Kurt is killed that same day, she believes her worries are over. But Kurt’s brother Stuart begins stalking her with unwanted attention.

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The final installment in this series is No Place to Hide where a man is framed for a terrorism and his childhood friend helps him prove his innocence while running from law enforcement and the bad guys.

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Lynette Eason is an excellent storyteller, weaving plot twists and character development. Just when the reader thinks the story is almost done, there is another plot twist, a knot in the story line to untangle. Violence in the story is appropriate but not graphic, and the faith element is light not overpowering. Eason’s book will be of interest to fans of Dee Henderson, DiAnn Mills, and Irene Hannon.

 

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