Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Trust No One by Jayne Ann Krentz

Trust No One by Jayne Ann Krentz - 337 pages

Grace has moved back to her childhood hometown after finding the body her motivational speaker boss.  She's using the time to figure out what she wants to do next in her life.  Unfortunately, it seems that some people think she killed her boss, some people think she embezzled money, and someone is stalking her.  Luckily, her blind date Julius is determined to help her figure it all out.

I listened to this on audio.  It is a typical romantic suspense from Jayne Ann Krentz.  I'm glad she's moved on from her paranormal romance she was writing for so long and has gone back to romantic suspense.  It was a pretty good book.  It was fairly easy to figure out the culprits early on, but it was still interesting to listen to.  My only problem was with the audio itself.  It had some really long awkward pauses throughout the book.

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