USA Today Bestselling Author May McGoldrick writing as Jan Coffey…
Trust Me Once
A woman runs through the glittering streets of Newport with killers on her trail. She needs help. She needs someone she can trust...
Attorney Sarah Rand returns home from abroad to discover that she is a dead woman. In shocked disbelief she realizes the murder victim mistakenly identified as her was really her best friend. No one knows that Sarah is still alive—except the killers still hunting her down.
Alone and on the run, Sarah desperately searches for answers. Why has her boss and mentor, a prominent local judge, been arrested for the crime? What does she have or know that’s worth killing for? And what are the most powerful people in exclusive Newport—a senator, a dying professor and his embittered wife, a top-notch security expert and a cadre of criminals—determined to hide.
With danger closing in, Sarah must turn to a man she barely knows—Owen Dean, a Hollywood celebrity with dark secrets of his own...
Keeps you on your toes!
This story is compelling and there was never a moment when I could guess who the bad guy was before it was revealed. The author certainly does a great job of keeping you on your toes. With that said, this wasn’t exactly an easy read. The story was told from so many people’s perspectives, with so many characters backstories, and so many side plots that really weren’t relevant to the main plot that it was frequently hard to follow. Two separate murder plots felt gratuitous, and made the whole things very chaotic. Still, a very good story and worth a read!
This book was an easy read. It was suspenseful until the end.