Nowhere to Turn by Lynette Eason

Nowhere to Turn
Danielle (Dani) Harding is an

abused wife and mother planning her route of escape from husband Kurt as soon as he leaves for a two-day FBI agent business convention. Just as Dani believes her getaway is solid after she breaks into and takes everything in Kurt’s home safe including stacks of cash and a gun, he calls to inform her his brother Stuart will be there in less than five minutes to retrieve something from the safe. Kurt ends the call and a few minutes later the doorbell rings.

Adam Buchanan, a former US Marshal now working for Operation Refuge is reading an email forwarded to him by a co-worker from Dani who is asking for help and protection concerning attempts on her life and the life of her son Simon. Adam realizes after taking Dani’s case and a few of his colleagues killed while protecting Dani and her son that the situation is far more critical than previously implied.

Nowhere to Turn is the second book in the Hidden Identity Series written by Lynette Eason and is sure to please anyone who reads this novel. The crime drama is full of exciting mystery and suspense as the author takes you on a ride refusing to let you go. One of the main characters, Simon, exceeds beautifully as he lends a hand in defending and in the protection of his mom Dani showing little fear of any consequences that may come his way. I recommend this novel to book lovers of crime drama, mystery, and suspense to grab a copy and enjoy with your favorite snack and beverage.

I received this book free from Revell Books in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines.


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