Book Review: Nowhere to Turn by Lynette Eason

Nowhere to Turn
by Lynette Eason
Rating: 4/5
Book 2 of the Hidden Identity series
Revell – Fiction/Suspense/Thriller

When her abusive husband dies on the day that she has the courage to run away with their deaf son, Simon, Danielle Harding hopes that they can live the rest of their lives without fear. However, her late husband was not only abusive but into some dirty dealings that make his family a target. Dani hires Adam Buchanan of Operation Refuge to protect them and possibly help them disappear if the need arises. She cannot trust anyone in her life – not even her brother-in-law who has been stalking her. Can she trust Adam to protect them from whatever dangers lie in the shadows? Can she figure out what her late husband did to make her family a target? Who keeps telling the bad guys where they’re hiding? Can Adam find out the truth before it’s too late?

I am a big fan of Lynette Eason. Her books are always so exciting and take you on a ride. I loved reading about Simon. I’ve taken American Sign Language and I find the whole Deaf culture fascinating. I loved the little glimpses into the life of a mom with a deaf son. I enjoyed Dani and Adam’s characters because they were very real – they had their weaknesses and strengths. I had to keep guessing and guessing whodunit, which made reading even more interesting. I finished this book in one day because I couldn’t put it down. I’d definitely be interested in reading the next book in the series. I just realized that I never read the first book in the series, No One to Trust, so I’ll have to go back and read that too. All in all a fun and fast-paced thriller you won’t wanna miss!

I recommend this book to anyone who likes mystery, suspense thrillers.

I received this book for free from the publishers in exchange for a review.

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