A cologne she couldn’t identify tickled her nose. A sound to her left. She stiffened, turning her head a fraction in order to probe the darkness. With only a sliver of a moon in the sky and the blinds closed on every window, the black in the house was deep, broken only by the small nightlight in the foyer. ~ No Place to Hide
No Place to Hide, by Lynette Eason, is a fast-paced suspense filled with twists, plenty of danger, great chase scenes, and a dusting of romance. I was hesitant to read the third book in the series (Hidden Identity Book 3) when I haven’t read the first two, but I’m pleased it’s a full read and fares well as a stand-alone.
I really like the main characters, Jackie Sellers and Ian Lockwood. They are well developed and I quickly cared about what happened to them. The story is filled with page turning twists and is definitely not lacking in action. To be honest, I can’t remember the last time I read a romantic suspense story—it isn’t one of my go-to genres—but I don’t think it’ll be long before I delve into another. (Once my heart recovers from the intense pounding.)
One of my favorite features of No Place to Hide is the Christian theme laced throughout the story. God doesn’t leave us when we go through bad situations. He’s always there beside us, holding us, guiding us through.
Cover: It’s okay
Title: Like it
First lines (prologue): “It’s time,” the voice said. “Remember what we told you.”
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