No Place To Hide (Hidden Identity, Book 3) by Lynette Eason ~ Romantic Suspense Review

No Place To Hide (Hidden Identity, Book 3) by Lynette Eason

Book review disclosure.

Hidden Identity, Book 3
Romantic Suspense


It's not every day you see your childhood friend and onetime crush on national news. Jackie Sellers just wishes it were under different circumstances. She can't believe that Ian Lockwood is wanted in connection with a terrorist plot, and she's determined to find him and help him clear his name. Unfortunately, she's not the only one looking for him. The FBI wants him captured. The bad guys want him dead. Ian just wants to stay alive long enough to prove his innocence and prevent a catastrophe.

Lynette Eason delivers nonstop action as Jackie and Ian travel a dangerous road--one that may lead straight to destruction.


My Thoughts

Some authors gently ease you into the story. They let you get to know the characters and then they spring the twists on you. Not Lynette Eason! You are immediately plunged into the thick of things and the intensity only goes up from there.

The opening scene begins on a Friday at the Center for Disease Control headquarters. An employee is being blackmailed and his family is threatened unless he agrees to stealing a deadly virus. The next scene is on Sunday and our heroine Jackie Sellers is breaking into an old friend's house because she thinks he may be in trouble. Her friend Ian Lockwood is in the house but is hiding because dangerous men are after him. Before you know it those dangerous men are after them both. To make matters even worse the FBI suspects Ian of being a terrorist and are also looking for Jackie as his accomplice. 

I'm not going to give any of the ending away but let's just say all of the action takes place in about a week. And what an intense week it is. The story begins in Atlanta but then makes it way to New York City. That's a whole lot of territory to cover when you're on the run.

This book is a real work-out for your senses. My eyes just flew across the page trying to keep up with all of the action going on. Of the three books in the Hidden Identity series I think this one was the most intense. More details are provided about the Operation Refuge group and its members, even the seemingly unaffiliated member Ron.

One of the interesting side stories that involves Ian's cousin and Jackie's friend Holly has some twists that I didn't see coming. But remember this is romantic suspense so it isn't all about murder and intrigue. This was a fantastic series that I recommend to anyone that likes a bit of heart-pumping suspense mixed with a bit of romance.

No Place To Hide is part of a series but it can definitely be read as a stand-alone novel. If you are thinking about reading the entire series I think you should start at book one, No One To Trust, and then read book two, Nowhere To Turn. Each book is easily read separately but there is some connectivity between the characters and I wouldn't want your story to be spoiled by any little giveaways that may occur if you read them out of order. 

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