As always Eason has supplied a heart racing, suspenseful read in her latest title Nowhere to Turn. As the book opens, Danielle Harding has finally found the courage to flee her abusive husband, taking her 11 year old deaf son and the contents of her husband's home safe. Having contacted a safe organization, Danielle is ready to assume a new identity, but within hours of leaving, she learns that her husband, a FBI agent, has been killed along with another agent under suspicious circumstances.
Believing that she is finally safe, Dani and son Simon return home, ready to embrace their hometown and to enjoy life as they never could before. When her brother-in-law's concern for her welfare starts to take a romantic edge and quickly appears obsessive, Dani realizes he is as much a danger as her husband ever was. Then someone's breaks into the house, trashing everything. As bits and pieces fall together, it is clear that her husband Kurt was a dirty agent and that someone dangerous wants something he had. Feeling even more hopeless than she did the day she first ran, Dani again contacts Operation Refuge and Adam Buchanan once again makes keeping mother and son safe his top priority.
Nowhere to Turn is book two in the Hidden Identity series and does follow No One to Trust but can easily be read as a stand-alone. You won't have all the details of Adam's life, but the essential backstory is provided. Fast paced and well developed, Nowhere to Turn starts with an unbelievable chase scene that will have you gasping for breath and you will never feel Dani is safe until the last page. I received a copy of this book for review purposes from Revell.