Item description for To Trust a Friend (Trust Series, Book 2) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #108) by Lynn Bulock...
Overview Forensic specialist Kyra Elliot faced the challenge of her career when she was assigned to identify a still-at-large serial killer. Help came in the tall, dark, handsome form of FBI investigator Joshua Richards, who was annoyed at being "lent" to Kyra. Yet as they closed in on the killer, Kyra had to trust her reluctant partner with her life-and her heart.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.6" Width: 4.1" Height: 0.8"
Release Date Jul 31, 2008
Publisher Steeple Hill
Series Love Inspired Suspense
ISBN 037344298X ISBN13 9780373442980
Availability 0 units.
More About Lynn Bulock
Lynn Bulock is the author of a dozen short stories, numerous magazine and newspaper articles, and thirteen romance novels in the general and inspirational markets, including the Palisades releases Surrender and Dalton's Dilemma. She makes her home in St. Peters, Missouri, where she is currently president of the St. Louis chapter of Romance Writers of America.
Lynn Bulock currently resides in Thousand Oaks, in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about To Trust a Friend (Trust Series, Book 2) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #108)?
Not my favorite genre or topic Jul 21, 2008
I freely admit I am not a fan of "suspense romance" right up front, even the "Love Inspired" variety.
It must be awfully hard to generate a believable romance around child killing. Author Lynn Bulock gets credit for creating a heroine who really wants to help the world and she puts elbow grease behind those desires. Her writing flowed nicely and she gets props for character development. Overall, I had no issue with her writing, and I even like the part where the heroine tells a teenager in trouble how God is crazy in love with each of us no matter what we choose to do. Having said that, it was especially creepy to have input from the child murderer scattered in the book, but, hey, that's probably why some other readers like it. This was an easy choice to throw in the recycle bin, in spite of the writer's good effort. Sorry, I can't recommend it much.