Trust No One

Laurel Bradley
Romantic suspense
Available from Storyteller Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-9847254-2-7
May 2012

Everything Taylor Wilson thought about her life is a lie. When a bomb destroys her home, her husband goes missing and she ends up in a hospital. Not knowing who to trust, she reluctantly allows the FBI to put her into protective custody until she can escape in order to find her husband by following cryptic clues he's left behind for her.

At times, I found the plot of this novel extremely confusing because it kept switching between not just the two main characters in Taylor and her husband, but also the villain who I thought wasn't introduced all that well into the storyline. It was as if he blamed everyone else for his downfalls, but the storyline didn't explain why all that clearly. However, in saying that, I did enjoy the dialogue of both Taylor and her husband as well as the FBI agent helping Taylor because it showed how much trust and love Taylor had for her husband and that she believed in him. No one was anyone going to sway her away from her convictions. Although there were no sex scenes for any of the main characters, this story definitely revealed how much Taylor loved her husband which resonated through her belief in him and that he couldn't possibly have betrayed her. What I liked so much about Taylor was her determination to find her husband and learn the truth of why someone was targeting them both, and that she would go to such extremes to accomplish her mission. Also, on top of admiring her determination what I also appreciated was that Taylor finally accepted help from someone in her quest to find her husband. It made for more interesting reading, because I don't think she would have survived otherwise.

In the end, this author has done a good job of creating this novel. And even though there were no sex scenes, the high element of suspense definitely bought life to this story.

Overall rating:
Sensuality rating: Mildly sensual

Reviewer: Bec
July 23, 2012

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