Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Broken Trust


Title: BROKEN TRUST
Author: Sharon Dunn
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense
March 2012
ISBN: 978-0-373-44482-3
Genre: Inspirational/romantic suspense

Christine Norris used to love Wyatt Green. But when he failed to make a commitment, she married a Montana rancher, Dustin. Now Dustin is gone, leaving Christine struggling to support a five year old and a ranch. She becomes acting Sheriff of her small town, one that could pass for Mayberry.

Special Agent Wyatt Green has been sent to Montana to find information on an anti-government ring, but undercover of finding a small boy, kidnapped from his mother. Christine insists there is no sign of either the boy or the anti-government ring in her town, yet all the evidence insists there is…

As Wyatt continues to investigate and as Christine gets sidetracked by a car bomb, a missing teenager, and a fire, it soon become apparent that something is going on and someone is prepared to do anything to keep their secrets. Who in her town isn’t who he or she seems, and what exactly is going on?

BROKEN TRUST is the latest suspense by award winning author, Sharon Dunn. Both Wyatt and Christine have BROKEN TRUST between them, and the trust is rapidly being broken between Christine and her town. Christine is a realistic heroine, hurting from past actions and struggling to keep the walls up that are meant to keep herself from being hurt again. Wyatt wants to renew the relationship, but recognizes the hurt and is struggling to remain indifferent and just do his job.

I thoroughly enjoyed BROKEN TRUST and figured out some of whom were involved early on in the book. Some were obvious. Others seemed obvious and weren’t involved. If you are looking for a good romantic suspense, then BROKEN TRUST would be a good choice. Discussion questions are included at the end of the book. $5.75. 217 pages.

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