Don't Look Back (Women of Justice Series #2)

by Lynette Eason

Paperback, 2010



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Revell (2010), 336 pages

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Fiction. Romance. Suspense. Christian Fiction. A lovely but broken forensic anthropologist confronts her fears in this spine-tingling romantic suspense.


Original language


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336 p.; 8.5 inches



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LibraryThing member ReviewsbyMolly
Do you ever read a book by an absolutely wonderful author and it feel utterly, fantastically real? I have....first with Lynette Eason's Too Close To Home and now with Don't Look Back. I love crime drama/romantic suspense, and the fact that Lynette Eason's are Christian ones, makes this (and book
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1!) book that much better. Ms. Eason's words are gripping and her characters are loveable, and her action is instant, keeping me hooked until the end.

Don't Look Back picks up right where Too Close To Home left off. And like book 1, the adrenaline rush starts immediately! Jamie and Dakota's story is fast paced, full of page turning, edge of your seat suspense, that is absolutely amazing. I could literally feel Jamie's fear and hope as if it was my own. That blood pumping rush really kept me going in this book. Jamie's past was terribly horrific, but can she really over come it?

And sweet, sweet Dakota-bless his heart- who wouldn't fall in love with this FBI cowboy? I did.....way back in Too Close To Home, when we first met him. His past isn't so good either, but can he trust in Jamie enough to over come his? Can he turn to God and FULLY accept Him? Lynette Eason really made Dakota UHmazing! He totally gripped my heart and didn't leave until the end (and not really even then as I can still feel him and Jamie right there!)

This is better than book 1 by a thousand miles. Blood pumping, heart racing, page turning suspense and romance, filled with a message from God about not looking back into your past and letting go to move forward, this book will be forever on my book shelf. Definitely worth the 5 stars that I gave book 1, only I want to give it so many more! The only downfall to this novel....I have to wait for the next installment in the Women of Justice series! EEEKKK! I can't wait for that one! But, in the mean time, I will be recommending Ms. Eason's FANTABULOUS books to EVERYONE. They are so worth the read.

*This book was provided for review by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing*
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LibraryThing member imsodion
I like detective novels - good ones. I picked this up because of a woman's review that I read here on LT and I really enjoyed the book. Eason keeps a tight pace through-out the whole experience, the action is lively, there are several turns, a few real surprises. It was refreshing to read a book
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with no junkies, hookers, unwanted pregnancies, swearing or sex yet filled with excitement, compassion, life challenges including characters of integrity. I am a Christian and appreciated that thread through-out, but I believe that anyone who can appreciate a quick and satifying read will spend their time well with Don't Look Back.
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LibraryThing member MonicaLynn
Samantha, Connor, Dakota & Jamie are at it again trying to solve murders of a serial killer and catch this horrific person. This time around it is very very personal to Jamie, he was her captor 12 years ago and they are trying to track him down as they have discovered that she was not his only
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victim and Jamie was a very lucky girl to escape so many years ago. This one drug me in from the get go and was pulling me in throughout the entire story. The Characters are so intriguing and with a little bit of faith throughout and a lot of hard work and fear they work through this one as well. A must read in my eyes if you love a good mystery.
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LibraryThing member JenniferRobb
This was definitely an intense read--so much so that there were times I had to take a break from reading it, even though I really wanted to know what happened next. I do agree with another reviewer that for some people, the story line could be a trigger.

That said, I pretty much suspected who The
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Hero would turn out to be. Though there were a few twists that I didn't suspect.
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