It's not every day you see your childhood friend and one time 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 But she's not the only one looking The FBI wants him captured The bad guys want him dead Ian just wants to stay alive long enough to save thousands of innocent livesLynette Eason throws readers right into the action from page one propelling them along a dangerous road and asking the provocative uestion of how far we'd be willing to go if we were up against a wall

10 thoughts on “No Place to Hide Hidden Identity #3

  1. says:

    Wowwhat are the chances of getting two very claustrophobic plots one after the other? I went from tunnels in one book to even smaller spaces in this one not once but twice If I said what those spaces were it would be spoilers buttrust me they're worse than tunnelsAnyway this book is fast paced and constant More twists and turns than you can count with bad guys on nearly every page I really enjoyed Ian and Jackie and their relationship and really enjoyed the side characters for Ron Holly and Elizabeth Ron especially I would definitely call it one of Eason's best I also liked the strong salvation message

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    Not uite great but very goodThe suspense was great And you'd better be prepared to be dumped right into the middle of it from page one because that's what happens I was awfully confused for a bit but started figuring everything out pretty uickly This book stars off fast and doesn't really ever stop until the endThe romance? Not so great In fact it was kinda disappointing It almost felt forced to me like the author wanted it to happen but just couldn't make it work right Maybe that's just me; and it wasn't enough to knock a star off but there were a few other things that annoyed me enough to go ahead and only give this book 4 stars instead of 5Overall though it was uite enjoyable I'm glad I read it and I'm very much looking forward to another book by Lynette Eason

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    No Place to Hide is filled with action and the pace never slows down This exciting story took me a little bit of time to really “get into” Once the plot caught my attention though the story flowed very uickly for meOne of the things that I enjoyed about this story was the fast pace It did not ever leave me bored New dangers were around every corner Something that took me a little time to get used to was that there were many little “sneak peeks” into other people’s lives It was a bit confusing at first to try to figure out who these people were keep them straight and tuck each bit of information away for the rest of the story But once I was able to do that I began to see potential ways that these people both good and bad were connected to what was going onAn interesting thread throughout the story is about how God is with us through everything the good and the bad The heroine of the novel has had many horrible and painful experiences in her lifetime leaving her to doubt the existence of God or specifically a God who cares and helps There is definitely discussion about why bad things happen to good people Jackie struggles with the concept that a loving God would allow those things to take placeIt took me awhile to connect with Jackie and Ian I don’t know why this was The author wrote an exciting story and the characters have history as friends to grow from I liked the characters and wanted them to have a good outcome but didn’t have that deep concern that I am used to experiencing for the characters I read about But I still enjoyed the story and was happy to see things work out for themMy thanks to the publisher for the complimentary copy of this book that was given to me in exchange for my honest reviewhttpsbrittreadsfictionwordpressc

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    by Andrea Renee CoxWhat if you were running for your life and only had a brief encrypted message for a clue as to why bad guys and law enforcement were hunting you down?Jackie Sellers and Ian Lockwood are on the run with no place to hide It seems like everyone on both sides of the law are tracking them And all they know is they're being blamed for a terrorist plot but they're completely innocent Will they find someone to trust before they find themselves arrested or buried? Will they be able to untangle the only clue they have before the terrorist plot becomes a terrorist act?What a way to wrap up the Hidden Identity series No Place to Hide by Lynette Eason kept me on the edge of my seat until the very end Several times I mumbled Whoa I didn't see THAT coming The plot was great characters believable and relatable and the twists and turns plentiful If you like suspense and high drama you won't want to miss No Place to Hide Just don't forget to read books one and two in this trilogy first That way you'll have already gotten to know some of the supporting castLynette Eason truly is a master artist when it comes to crafting a fantastic story of suspense She very often includes children in her plots which heightens the empathy and urgency I particularly love that she makes faith in God such a dynamic part of her stories Without Him life means nothing to me and it's that same vibe I get with her booksAs a member of Lynette's street team it's my obligation to share my thoughts on No Place to Hide But honestly it's a true pleasure Thanks for another wonderful story Lynette

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    Whew Can you say plot twist? Times tenRTC

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    If you are looking for suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat to devour the book’s pages like your life depends on it look no further than No Place to Hide by award winning author Lynette Eason Toss in a sweet romance characters who feel like friends and gentle nudges of faith and you have the recipe for the perfect readIt’s not every day you see your childhood friend and onetime crush on national news It’s also not every day that your reunion with said childhood friend debuts with you breaking into his house and defending yourself against his martial arts skills For Jackie Sellers and Ian Lockwood this is just the beginning of the nonstop action Ian has been named in connection with a terrorist plot and Jackie believes his promise of innocence Using her skills as an operative with Operation Refuge Jackie helps Ian run for his life In the stay up all night until you finish this pages to follow the reunited pair dodge not only the FBI on their heels but also the bad guys who want to make sure Ian doesn’t survive long enough to tell the right people what he knows And while they flee Ian and Jackie must also scramble to decode the email that got Ian into this mess in the first place – but will they figure it out in time to stop the terrorist’s plot?I loved getting acuainted with the Operation Refuge folks again friends we met in the first two books of the Hidden Identity series – No One To Trust Nowhere To Turn Especially Ron I adore Ron and I’m so very glad we got of his back story in this final book of the series wail Why does it have to be over??? I don’t like saying goodbye No Place To Hide may make sense in parts if you read the other two books first but it isn’t absolutely necessary – it can certainly be read as a stand aloneAs I’ve said before I’m a sucker for stories about best friends who fall in love I’ve been married to mine for 15 years Jackie and Ian have a history that stretches all the way back to childhood and it was such a delight to watch them together even in the high stress situations The depth of their affection for each other left room for humor and comfort and shared strength in the midst of life being turned upside down And Ian dreamy sighI received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest reviewRead of my review here

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    It's not every day you see your childhood friend and one time 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 But she's not the only one looking The FBI wants him captured The bad guys want him dead Ian just wants to stay alive long enough to save thousands of innocent livesLynette Eason masterfully weaves a gripping suspenseful story in this third book in her newest Hidden Identity series Jackie gets pulled into danger when she goes to find out from Ian why he's being connected with a terrorist plot They are forced to go on the run in order to prove Ian's innocence As their family and friends get drawn into the danger they struggle to stay one step ahead of everyone I love the way Jackie believes in Ian and how Jackie's team believes in her I also like the slow background romance that builds between them but doesn't detract from the suspenseLynette Eason is the bestselling author of the Women of Justice series and the Deadly Reunions series as well as No One to Trust and Nowhere to Turn She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America She has a master's degree in education from Converse College and she lives in South Carolina Learn at wwwlynetteeasoncomThanks to Revell Reads and NetGalley for providing me with a free e book copy in exchange for my honest opinion review

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    Title No Place to Hide Hidden Identity #3Author Lynette EasonPages 332Year 2015Publisher RevellMy rating is 4 out of 5 starsJackie Sellars is doubting God and finds herself on the run with Ian Lockwood Ian is being hunted He is wanted by authorities for his alleged role in a terrorist plot Before she knows it Jackie’s name is being linked with Ian’s as a possible accomplice Jackie and Ian are on the run as soon as they run into each other when Jackie breaks into Ian’s home Jackie and Ian were best friends years ago but Jackie left town suddenly when they were teenagers and went to live with her grandfather They haven’t seen each other since Jackie had a huge crush on Ian back then but how does she feel about him now that he is wanted by the FBI? Also the FBI isn’t the only organization hunting Ian Someone else seems to be in the game but they don’t want to capture Ian; they just want him silencedpermanentlyWhile they are busy trying to stay alive Ian continues to voice his innocence He claims he is being set up to look like the guilty party The Ian whom Jackie knew 15 years ago would never be connected in any fashion with terrorism But it has been a long time since they have seen each other and people can change right? Jackie isn’t sure if the current Ian still holds the values of the Ian from her past Jackie’s job though is helping at risk people disappear but she and Ian want to clear his name Can they do so before they are both killed? As they find what they think are safe places to hide the enemy tracks them down uickly causing them to have to run again How are they being found? Can they stay alive long enough to prove Ian’s innocence capture the criminals and have a chance at the future?While there is action and tension the spark between Ian and Jackie just didn’t’ ignite for me I would have liked to have seen spiritual growth from Jackie before Ian proposed A prayer in a life and death moment doesn’t ensure eual ground spiritually between two soon to be spouses The plot was engaging and entertaining The three books in this series are all worth reading with plenty of action for the audience Faith and God is present in all three books which should be a part of a Christian book

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    Deb’s Dozen Ian’s no terrorist Jackie’s out to exonerate him No Place to Hide She’s in Very uietly she slips inside the door whose lock she just picked Was that a noise? There coming toward her Crash—fight back—hit again—what a punch Ian? Jackie? So starts Lynette Eason’s latest No Place to Hide another jam packed suspense filled action thriller And once again I couldn’t put the book down until I’d finished readingJackie Sellers has seen a story about her best friend from childhood on the national news—but there’s no way Ian Lockwood could possibly be a bioterrorist Jackie determines to find Ian and help him clear his name She runs into him literally after breaking into his house Then they’re off and running—from the bad guys who want him dead and from the FBI who want him captured Ian just wants to stop a disaster and clear his name No Place to Hide is the third novel in Eason’s Hidden Identity series I hope she has coming as I love this series and Operation Refuge the agency that helps those who cannot help themselves which serves as the thread to tie the novels together The first two books No One to Trust and Nowhere to Turn are eually wonderful Check my reviews of both to learn You’ll want to get the entire series—if I start a book in the morning and read constantly until I’ve finished the story—I know the author has a winner Five StarsLynette Eason has two additional series Women of Justice and Deadly Reunions She’s a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America She lives in South Carolina and is great fun to interview Find out about Lynette at wwwlynetteeasoncom Follow her on FaceBook at Lynette Barker Eason or on Twitter LynetteEasonRevell Books a division of Baker Publishing Group gave me a copy of No Place to Hide in exchange for my candid review

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    No Place to Hide is the third book in a series but stands very well on its own In it two childhood friends get thrown together on the run for their lives as the nation believes they are terrorists Through multiple points of view the action ramps up consistently cork screwing tighter and tighter as Jackie and Ian try to find out who is behind the actual terrorist threat before they are captured or killed The plot inNo Place to Hide is interesting and one that kept me coming back If you like suspense that has romance playing a strong secondary role then this is a book you will love It's a classic someone saw something they shouldn't have and now bad people are after them and they're not sure why The chase is intense the fight scenes vivid but not overwhleming and the why the bad guys are so close realistic The bad guys aren't hidden but some of the supporting folks stand in the shadows adding to the puzzle of how the book will unfoldCharacters from earlier books play low key supporting roles but it's always fun to see them again if you've read the books Lynette's books are similar to Irene Hannon and Dee Henderson They are perfect for readers who love a good mysterysuspense with strong romance threads If this is your perfect book euation then you should check out No Place to Hide