IMPERFECT TRUST – from Write Integrity Press – released July 2015
Sometimes past and present collide.
Scarred by childhood tragedy and then abandoned by a mother who couldn’t handle a gifted child, Lucy Kiddron survived foster care to become a computer analyst for the government. Three years later, she’s poised to leave the agency and launch her own video game … until her final assignment goes horribly wrong.
Wade Cameron understands betrayal. His ex-fiancé sold him out and now he’s neck deep in computer code, trying to find the back door she inserted. Worse, a smart-mouthed computer hacker has just flipped his world upside down.
A terrorist wants Wade’s computer program. A psycho killer wants Lucy’s life. And then the stakes are raised when a sniper takes aim. But who’s the target—Wade or Lucy? The two risk everything as they muddle through a minefield of danger, distrust, and a burgeoning attraction that won’t be denied.
Sometimes the second book in a series is a little bit of a let-down. Not so with Imperfect Trust. I needed a seatbelt. And oxygen. Noyes delivered non-stop action once again. If you like edge-of-your-seat chiller reads, liberally sprinkled with humor, romance, and cowboys, this is a good one for you.
Imperfect Trust by Elizabeth Noyes perfectly joins adventure, romance, and intrigue. I found the story to be engaging and had a hard time to put the book down.
Almost without fail, Noyes hooks the reader at the end of the chapter, causing several late-night sessions.
Imperfect Trust carries along the story of the family from the first novel, yet is a completely different story line, with some new characters and once again filled with twists and thrills. The chase scene was so well written that I could picture it as a movie scene. I couldn’t put my Kindle down until I had reached the end! Bring on the third book!
Elizabeth Noyes is an extraordinary storyteller, with the ability to keep the reader riveted. I will be watching for the next installment in the Imperfect Series.
Didn’t think this one could possibly top Imperfect Wings (the first book in the series)…boy was I wrong!!! Another set of strong, intelligent, and relatable characters who draw you in from chapter one. If you’re a techie – you’ll appreciate the real lingo.