No One To Trust

Title: No One To Trust

Publisher: Carina Press

Pub Date:13 June 2011


Author: Julie Moffett

‘No One To Trust’ by Julie Moffett is a real gem. It’s a pleasure to read. It’s fast paced and adrenaline inducing. It also does not spare your funny bones. It’s action, wit and a little bit of wacky misadventures blended in.

This book teaches me one thing: Sometimes, friends can be your enemy, and your enemies can actually be your friends. Confusing? Well, I suppose it is. Things can get really confusing, but don’t worry, things usually gets better as truth is slowly revealed.

As I read this book though, I wondered if one could be evil enough to make their enemy’s enemy their friend? Or should one keep your enemy at arm’s length instead of avoiding them? Hmm, curious thought, and it gets curiouser and curiouser to me as I read along.

Don’t get me wrong. This is a wonderfully written story. There’s structure, there’s dynamics, and one got to love a heroin that can hold her own despite of her flaws.

Love this book to bits, and it’s definitely a keeper. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I thought the cover could be improvised a little bit to make the book looks more attractive to readers.

I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not required to write a postive review for this book and I was not compensated in any ways for writing this.

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Book description:

SWFG: Single, White, Female, Geek.

That’s me, Lexi Carmichael, a reformed hacker who was gainfully employed by the National Security Agency. But a series of extraordinary events led me to leave government life behind for a fresh start with a brand-new company and an incredibly sexy boss, Finn Shaughnessy. It may not be kosher to have the hots for your boss, but he seems to have the hots for me, too. If only things didn’t get so complicated…

Darren Greening, a genius researcher from Flow Technologies (our first client!) is missing, and his bosses think I’m involved. And they aren’t the only ones—the man who nearly snapped my neck in the parking garage thinks so, too.

Now I’m caught in the middle of a complex and dangerous case. I’ll have to use all my geek skills and a little help from my friends to solve the mystery of Darren’s disappearance before Neck-Snapping-Man makes a return visit

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