No One to Trust (Hidden Identity, #1) by Lynette Eason

No One to Trust (Hidden Identity, #1)No One to Trust by Lynette Eason
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

While well written as far as grammar and typos, the content still needs editing for continuity. There are a few over the top actions blended in with believable ones. There are several plot turns but nothing not easily guessed early on. The characters are fairly well fleshed out, enough to continue reading about them. I wasn’t impressed with scene descriptions or locations as they tended to leave a bland feel. The Christian content would be pleasing to like minded readers and a bit thick for others. Overall it’s a good book but short on anything suspenseful or edgy. A free copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest unbiased review.


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