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Review: Don't Look Back by Lynette Eason

Don’t buy this book thinking you’re going to read it over a few weeks’ time. It’s not that kind of book. This is one that you start and don’t put down. The book that you eat lunch with, the one you stir the spaghetti sauce with one hand while reading and you don’t take a shower until you’ve finished the last page.

This is book two of the Women of Justice series. Eason does a good job of weaving a sprinkle of information that you need without boring you with what happened in the previous book.

Back Cover Copy
Twelve years ago, forensic anthropologist Jamie Cash survived a brutal kidnapping. After years of therapy, she has made a life for herself—though one that is haunted by memories of her terrifying past. She finally lets herself believe that she can have a close relationship with a man, when signs start appearing that point to the one frightening fact—her attacker is back and ready to finish the job he started all those years ago.

Can she escape his grasp a second time? And will she ever be able to let down her guard enough to find true love?

Filled with heart-stopping suspense, gritty realism, and a touch of romance, Don’t Look Back pulls you into its twists and turns to hold you there until the very last page.

Book provided by Revell for review-as always the choice is up to me to give it a good review or not. 

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