The story opens with a bang – a corporate murder with ties to the Mafia – and never slows down. The plot quickly moves on to the story of family court lawyer Summer Abernathy, who wakes up to find mysterious men looking for her husband, Kyle. Summer is quickly dragged into the world of Witness Protection, corporate secrets, the Mafia and murder as she must learn just who is the real man she married: the good looking Kyle she met at the bank, or David Hackett, a murder witness with a secret identity and a secret past.
Eason’s writing is quick and fluid. As a matter of fact, I had a hard time putting down “No One to Trust.” Besides being a heart-pounding thriller, it’s also a great lesson on learning who to trust and who to love. It shows us that ultimately we need to turn to God, even at the deepest betrayal.
“No One to Trust” also touches on abuse and the trust a parent can break. Even through the crazy on-the-run trials Summer goes through, it is imperative she helps her client, Olivia, keep her children away from their abusive father. Summer gives back to others as an attorney to help battle her own demons from her childhood.
Eason’s novel keeps you guessing, right to the very end, who exactly David and Summer can trust. I loved all the twists and turns!
This series is sure to not disappoint. I am definitely looking forward to future installments.
Five stars out of five.
Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, provided this complimentary copy for my honest, unbiased review.