Nowhere to Turn by Lynette Easton

I enjoyed the chance to read the second book in this series.  There were a few references to the first book, but it can be read without having read the first book.
Danielle is trying to leave an abusive lifestyle when fate intervenes and it seems like she won't have to take her son and leave after all.  But then things start happening again and she turns to Operation Refuge to help her out.  They take her to a safe place, but things still happen.
This book was great to read and one that I hated putting down before I had a chance to finish.  I liked seeing how the story came together and got a bit of insight as to how some types of technology work.
I look forward to another book in this series.
I received this book free to review from the publisher.


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