Trust No One

Diana Layne
Trust No One
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Publisher
Black Gold Books
Release Date
June 2012
Series
Book 1 of Vista Security
Genre
Romantic Suspense/Mystery

SUMMARY
When reality is a web of lies and the truth endangers all you hold dear . . .Trust No One.

Secrets Lead To Betrayal
Drafted into the nebulous underworld of a secret agent right out of college, MJ Thornberg survived betrayal and attempted murder at the hands of her trusted partner. Instead of returning to the deadly realm of espionage, she chose to retire to a small Texas town and work as a mechanic while raising her soon-to-be-adopted baby daughter.

Haunted And Seeking Redemption
Ben Walker is a man with his own secrets. An agent with MJ's former employer, Vista Security, Ben is clawing his way out of a downward spiral from a job gone wrong when Vista sends him after MJ, with orders to use the threat of halting her baby's adoption to ensure her cooperation.

Danger At Every Turn
Furious and trusting no one, MJ intends on working the job solo until a sniper's bullet alters her plans. With no choice but to work with Ben, MJ must confront ghosts from her past, discover truths of her present, and trust that the future she deserves is in her hands to create.

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Oct 18, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
126 people found the following review helpful
After a life-altering injury on the job, MJ Thornberg is only interested in working on cars and being a mother.

Ben Walker knows that MJ is likely the only one able to help stop a rogue agent. Although using MJ's daughter as leverage might not be his first choice, it gets the job done. The outcome, however, is something neither one could predict.

In TRUST NO ONE, Diana Layne has created an action-packed story full of drama and intrigue. There's definitely some 007 action within these pages. The author has added her own blend of humor to the storyline, which provides a good balance.

Both MJ and Ben are "damaged" when it comes to relationships. As a result, trust is not something that is easily given. In a scenario where it is difficult to tell the good guys and the bad guys apart, trust is a valuable commodity.

Tasha's role in the story not only provides plenty of drama, but it also highlights the fact there are additional stories regarding Vista Security. If future installments feature the same kind of thrilling adventure and character chemistry, then Ms. Layne can chalk me up as a satisfied reader.
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