Thursday, May 7, 2015

Lynette Eason

Dear Readers,

Lynette Eason is part of a rapidly growing genre dubbed “Romantic suspense.”  She hit the ground running with her first book Don’t look Back 5 short years ago.  Her newest book No Place to Hide is book #3 in the Hidden Identity series and I have had a very difficult time keeping it on the shelves here at the bookstore.  She has gained popularity because of her fans recommending her to everyone.

Jackie Sellers has two thoughts when she sees her childhood friend’s face plastered all over the new shows.  First he didn’t do what he is accused of and secondly how can she find him to help him.   She knows she need to help in any way possible, even if it means talking him into turning himself in.  Once she catches up with Ian, Jackie realizes that he is innocent and they must run for their lives.  Quickly.  Not only is the FBI after them so are the bad guys, the very bad guys and they won’t let anything or anyone stand in their way. 

As the body count starts to rise, Ian and Jackie with the help of her friends at Operation Rescue stay just one step of the killers.  But they are struggling to prove Ian’s innocent and still figure out what the code for that strange text he got.  What does it all mean and why do the bad guys want Ian dead so bad.

Fast paced, edge of your seat ready, Lynette writes the type of book that make you wish you could read faster.  You just have to know if they are going to be okay while telling yourself “of course they will be fine, what author would kill off her main character.”  I don’t know about you but that never works,  I still need to race to the end to find out what really happens and to make sure the bad guys get what they deserve. 

I enjoy reading Lynette’s books for that reason, they make me want to finish and when done, I am ready for the next one.  Maybe she could write a little faster… J

Happy Reading,

P.S. Lynette will be in our store on Thursday May 28th at 7:00pm.  She will be speaking and signing her books for you. 

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