Kindle friends, today's featured book is Trust No One by Diana Layne. A follow-up to Layne's wildly successful debut novel, The Good Daughter. Check out this thrilling romantic suspense today.
A Little About Trust No One:
MJ Thornberg is working as a mechanic in a small Texas town and raising her soon-to-be-adopted daughter. Recruited out of college as a secret agent, she turned her back on the dangerous lifestyle when her own partner tried to kill her. But Vista Security needs her help and they'll do anything to get her cooperation.
Ben Walker's employment is quickly going downhill after a botched job at Vista Security. He receives the order to find MJ and ensure that she cooperates, even if it means halting the adoption of her baby.
MJ has no choice but to work with Ben as she discovers ghosts from her past, truths about her present, and trust that the future she deserves is in her hands to create.
About the Author:
Native small town Texan Diana Layne is a homeschooling mom of six kids who grew up riding horses and motorcycles, practicing the piano and reading every chance she could. Embracing both her Gemini-twin personality and a continuing variety of make-believe buddies, she writes in multiple genres from historical romances to mainstream suspense thrillers to small town love stories--and always has two or three novels in progress. To learn more about Diana, sign up for her newsletter, or to follow her on social media, please visit www.dianalayne.com
What People Are Saying About Trust No One:
"Filled with a fascinating mystery and intriguing characters, Layne follows up her explosive suspense debut, The Good Daughter, with this strong second effort. The book's hero is the perfect blend of alpha and sensitive, and the heroine's situation elicits sympathy without being overly grim. The ending leaves some threads dangling that readers will look forward to following in future novels." ~Susan Mobley RT Book Reviews
"Wow! This book reminds me of the reason why Diana Layne is one of my favorite authors. Her writing style is lean and pointed, just like her characters." --Anna Kittrell
"The main characters were strong and intriguing. The plot was compelling. The hero was the kind of guy any girl would fall for. Recommend to readers of romantic suspense who want a well-written story that packs an emotional punch!" --Sophie M.
Grab Trust No One by Diana Layne today.