She has nothing in common with a man who lives to make money, but the intense ex-Marine does have some skills that Grace can use--and he's the perfect man to help her when it becomes clear she is being stalked.
As Witherspoon's financial empire continues to crumble around them, taking a deadly toll, Julius will help Grace step into her past to uncover a devious plan to destroy not only Grace, but everyone around her...
What I liked: I can always count on a Jayne Ann Krentz (JAK) book to keep me happy with my reading choice. Her characters are diverse and likable. Her story telling keeps you interested and dying to know the outcome of the story.
The other side of the coin is her characters have just enough quirkiness to make you chuckle and the situations Ms Krentz gets them into and out of is a delight. In addition, she's able to twist the story and plot lines just enough that you can never take things for granted on who the good and bad guys really are.
The pacing for Trust No One was great and I was able to complete the book very quickly. The attraction between Grace and Julius isn't exactly instantaneous which I really liked. In fact, their first date (a blind date) was almost a complete disaster. The characters, both main and secondary were wonderful and that's also where some of the author's talent shines. I love her characters no matter good or bad, they feel real. Her female heroines always have a different take on life in general and seem to have very "different" skill set or their job/occupation.
What I didn't like: As you can probably tell, there wasn't much not to like. I know what I'm getting when I buy a JAK book and I count on it delivering. She's never let me down.
If you like romantic suspense with a bit of humor and quirkiness, you should check out Trust No One.