Saturday, November 3, 2012

Trust No One: Review

Trust No One
Author: Laurel Bradley
Publisher: Storyteller Publishing
Pages: 317
Trust No One


It’s all about secrets.

Taylor Wilson’s husband, Phil, has them. His best friend and art agent, Sean, has them. Everyone has them except Taylor—yet she’s the one someone is trying to kill.

Moments before a bomb destroys Taylor’s home, Phil disappears. Soon after, her landscape design business blows up as well. FBI agent Mark Cochran puts her into protective custody, but whoever is behind the bombings continues to stalk her.

Cochran thinks Taylor’s husband is the culprit, but she refuses to accept it. She believes the cryptic messages Phil is sending her are proof he’s trying to protect her and lead her to where he is hiding. However, while searching for Phil, Taylor learns he may not be as
innocent as she believed.

Will Taylor’s faith in the man she loves keep her safe—or get her killed?

My Thoughts:

After a bomb blows Taylor's house away and her husband disappears, she has to run for her life. Why somebody is trying to kill her, she doesn't understand and neither does the FBI. They think her husband may be at fault but Taylor tries to hold onto the belief that Phil loves her and wants her to be safe. It seems that no matter where she goes or who is supposed to be protecting her, she is never safe.

I really LOVED this book! It is full of non-stop action from the very first page to the very last. It's a really fast-paced and exciting read. Even though Taylor was completely out of her element she seemed like a very smart and strong woman. Throughout the book you wonder why somebody would possibly be trying to kill her and what role her husband plays in this whole mess. The more lies that are uncovered the more questions you have. This book had me guessing you have. This book had me guessing until the very end. I wasn't sure whether Taylor would make it out alive or not because the killer seemed to be very good at what he does and he thought of absolutely everything. I think the story had a great ending that wrapped everything up very nicely. This book has action, suspense, adventure, and a little bit of romance. I think both men and women would enjoy this novel. Although, some of the things in this book are not meant for younger audiences.

Author Talk:

Laurel Bradley believes prayers really do get answered. After eleven years of writing, Bradley has finally achieved her dream of seeing her stories in print. Her Creme Brulee Upset, a contemporary romance novel, was released in early 2008. A Wish in Time, her time-travel romance novel, was a 2008 ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Award winner in romance. Laurel lives in Wisconsin. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a Bachelors of Arts in English. When she isn't reading, writing, or painting with watercolors, she's cross-country skiing or decorating Ukrainian Eggs.

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*I received this book in exchange for an honest review.


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  4. Thank you for the wonderful review. I'm glad you enjoyed Trust No One.

  5. This book sounds great. I'm going to have to check out this author myself. Thanks for the follow, I'm now following you as well.

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  6. This looks like an intense story. I'm really glad you enjoyed it. Great review!

  7. Hey there - this is a really great review!
    The story sounds very intriguing, and I'll definitely add this to my list :)



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