Good plot, less well written. I generally like Lynette Eason’s books, but this one less so. The story begins in Afghanistan when heather tries to save the life of a young bomber. He dies but his story does not die.
Heather, back in America, begins to be followed by a stalker. And her life begins to be threatened with home invasions, car wrecks, and kidnappings. It would take the combined work of Heather and her friends to discover the truth behind it all. In the process Heather will need to learn to trust and depend on others. She is not on her own, but it will take effort to overcome her past.
Sadly, the first ⅔ of the book are a bit slow-going; the last third picks up speed and becomes a more satisfying read. Was the book worth my time - yes, but it took a while to get there. The book barely gets 4-stars.
This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions are mine alone.