Reblogged from: Lost in Pages
Title: No Place to Hide (Hidden Identity Novel Book #3)
Author: Lynette Eason
My rating is 5+ out of 5 stars!
The Hidden Identity series has been a thrill to read starting from book one until book three! The titles in order are No One to Trust, Nowhere to Turn and No Place to Hide. Each novel provides a suspense-filled ride from start to finish! In this final story of the trilogy, readers are transported to an event that has been planned down to the minute and detail all with the lust of revenge.
Every page I turned the main characters, Ian and Jackie, were being pursued both by law enforcement and men seeking their demise. Collateral damage was being left all over various places from one state to the next. Jackie and Ian were trying to stay ahead of those who were seeking to kill them and those who were trying to arrest them for supposed terrorist acts.
The hidden part that the author slowly reveals in the main characters is the years that Ian and Jackie had been apart. What life experiences did Jackie and Ian have that were unknown to the other? With danger stalking their every step and tension climbing in rapid increments, I simply couldn’t stop reading the book until the very end.
The ending was sweet with a touch of sorrow, but always with eternal hope woven throughout the main characters lives. Jackie’s relationship with the Lord was strained due to a deep heart-breaking loss. Ian learned through life that the only One he could count on was the Lord because He never left Ian. We can either draw near to Lord or not or try to handle life each day without Him.
I hope you take time this summer to read each of this spell-binding tales written by a gifted author; you won’t be disappointed! Perhaps you can share the books with others who like faith-filled, action-packed thrill-filled stories!
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