Thursday, April 14, 2022

Review: Blind Trust by Terri Blackstock

Series: Second Chances #4
Genre: Myserty/Suspense
Publisher: Zondervan
Published: Jan. 4, 1998
237 pages
About the Book:

Sherry's life lay in the hands of the man she loved the most ... and trusted the least

Two weeks before he was to marry Sherry Grayson, Clint Jessup disappeared without a trace. Now, suddenly, eight months later, he's back with no word of explanation. Only an impossible request: trust him.

Trust him despite the devastating past ... and an inexplicable and increasingly frightening present. Whatever secret Clint is hiding, it's changed him. And it's about to change Sherry, sweeping her and Clint into a terrifying whirlpool of pursuit and intrigue—one where death and deliverance teeter on a razor edge of circumstance that can either restore or forever destroy Sherry's faith not only in Clint, but in others, and perhaps in God himself.


My Rating & Thoughts:    

Eight months ago Clint disappeared without a trace days before his wedding, now he has returned and wants to talk with Sherry but he is evasive about why he left and where he has been. Sherry then receives a threatening note so Clint kidnaps her and her roommate under the pretense of protecting them but the girls aren’t sure if he can be trusted. Clint asks Sherry to trust him but after having her heartbroken by him she struggles with believing what he says. He finally can tell her why he disappeared, what is going on and asks her to trust him and support him, however she pressures him to do what she wants to do. I understand that she was heartbroken when Clint disappeared, but her attitude annoyed me. I found it difficult to root for her. I enjoyed the secondary characters of Sam and Madeline and following their part of the story much more than Sherry and Clint. However I was impressed with Clint and his determination to do the right thing.

(I purchased my copy of this book; opinions expressed 
in this review are my honest opinion and completely my own.)

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