Blind Trust

Hey, Folks!

  I hope you are taking full advantage of the summer reading season. Stay tuned to this blog because I will have plenty of suggestions for you. If you like Christian romantic suspense, my latest find will definitely fit the bill. I just finished “Blind Trust,” the second title in Sandra Orchard’s “Port Aster Secrets”  series, which follows 2013’s “Deadly Devotion.” That review can be found in an earlier post on this site. I received an ebook version of “Blind Trust” through the “Revell Reads” program, which offers free books in exchange for my honest opinion.

When Kate Adams goes to the grocery store to help out her elderly neighbor, the last thing she expects is to wind up in the middle of counterfeiting investigation, headed by Tom Parker. Then again, trouble seems to follow her wherever she goes. Determined to get to the bottom of this mess and prove her friend’s innocence, Kate discovers that she is tangled up in something a whole lot more complicated than fake money. Can she and Tom figure it out before someone gets hurt, or will shocking secrets destroy everything, including their fledgling romance?

I enjoyed this novel just as much, if not more, than its predecessor. To get the most out of this tale, I encourage you to read the first installment before this one, as much of the previous story is mentioned. This is rip-roaring page turner will keep you guessing late into the night, and also includes important Christian revelations that make it work for everyone. People twelve years old and above will benefit more than the youngsters, though. I recommend this one to those who are engaged by the writing of Lisa Harris, Lynette Eason,  and Irene Hannon. My rating is five out of five stars, so add both of these gems to your beach bag today. This reviewer fervently hopes for an opportunity to tell you about the next episode in the series. Until we meet again…
Happy Reading,


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  1. Looking forward to reading this…
    In Christ’s Love

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