March Reviews

Perilous Trust by Barbara Freethy

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Perilous Trust by Barbara Freethy was a romantic thriller.  The book contained all the important elements of running for you lives with an old one night stand showing up again.  Sophie and Damon sparked quite nicely and that allowed the reader to fall for them! I found the confusion of the situation for Sophie part of the charm of the book.  I also enjoyed Damon’s friends and all the baseball analogies.


The story goes that Sophie got a series of voice messages from her father basically telling her to run.  That is after she got a visit from his FBI friends telling her he was dead. So she ran and followed the information her dad gave her.  She was shot at, her home was invaded, and then Damon showed up. Just who she didn’t want to see. What a confusing time! Damon is there to help her, but she is uncertain about everything right now, including Damon.  Damon’s mentor was her father. Damon works for the FBI. Damon is an unknown, a one night stand from four years ago. Just what is going on… who is looking for her?


Perilous Trust was a fun read.  I enjoyed the characters and how they responded to each other.  I enjoyed the plotline of the story. Perilous Trust by Barbara Freethy was a good read.


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