Lynette Eason: Discover more…plus a giveaway

Lynette Eason


Discover more about

Lynette Eason

and her romantic suspense

Nowhere to Turn




A book character that sticks in my mind is…Why? Jacob Siegen in The Auschwitz Escape by Joel Rosenberg. I felt like I KNEW him. I cared about him, admired him, fought with him and cried with him. Really an amazing and well-crafted character.

The last book that made me cry was…The Auschwitz Escape by Joel Rosenberg.

The last book that made me laugh out loud was…I don’t really remember. I haven’t read one of those books in a long time.

I’m completely immersed in their storytelling, whenever I read a book by…Terri Blackstock or Joel Rosenberg.

The first person who encouraged me to pursue my writing was…It’s a toss up between my mother, my husband and Dee Henderson. LOL.

If I wasn’t a writer, I would be…lost.

I write stories because…it’s a way to talk to the voices in my head without someone wanting to admit me to the nearest hospital.

Nowhere to TurnNowhere to turn

The day Danielle Harding takes her 11-year-old son, Simon, and flees from her abusive husband, is the same day Kurt Harding dies. A relieved Dani believes she and her son are finally safe–but in reality, the danger has just begun. When Kurt was alive, he took something important to a mysterious person. That person wants the item back and believes Dani now has it. As she and her son run for their lives, they have nowhere to turn, until she hires Adam Buchanan of Operation Refuge and goes into hiding.

Unfortunately, she won’t be able to hide for long . . . 

My latest novel can be described by these 5 adjectives…intense, suspenseful, (a tad) humorous, fast-paced, surprise-ending. (Is that five? LOL)

My main character is…Dani Harding. She’s serious, intense and scared. She wants to keep her son safe, but can’t do it alone. Between an abusive husband and a stalker, she and her son, Simon are both in danger.  She’s a lovely woman, beautiful on the inside and out. An abusive marriage hasn’t spoiled her desire to love and be loved.

My story’s spiritual theme is… learning to forgive and move on from the past.

The most recent movie or tv show I loved was…Why? I love the show The Middle. I’ve only just discovered it in the last couple of weeks and my husband and I’ve recently started watching reruns. We love it because we laugh ourselves silly. The

The story I’m currently working on is…the first book in the new Revell series. Right now, it’s just being called the Bodyguard series. It’s about four female friends who have their own bodyguard business. There are four books in this series.

You may not know this about me, but I…am completely deaf without my hearing aids.

I might go all fan girl if I met…anyone from the cast of Downton Abby or maybe Kate Middleton. Ha.

If I could travel back in time, I’d go to…London during the 1920’s. (Yes, I’m a Downton Abby fan. Ha.)

I get lost in the music when I listen to…I don’t like music that much so I don’t listen to it very often.

A long held dream of mine is…to travel to Italy and Greece.

Thanks Lynette!

Relz Reviewz Extras
Reviews of No One to TrustWhen A Secret KillsWhen A Heart StopsWhen the Smoke Clears,  A Killer Among UsToo Close to Home & Don’t Look Back
Visit Lynette’s website and blog
Buy at Amazon: Nowhere to Turn (Hidden Identity Book #2): A Novel or Koorong

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22 Responses to Lynette Eason: Discover more…plus a giveaway

  1. Never watched it before.

  2. I haven’t seen it.

  3. I’ve not watched Downtown Abby. I can’t wait to read “Nowhere To Turn”.

  4. LOL! You are the third to comment you haven’t watched Downton, Caryl! Glad you are looking forward to reading Nowhere to Turn.

  5. Yes, I like Downton Abbey. I have only watched the first couple of seasons because I have no TV, and it doesn’t come on Netflix very often. It’s been so long since I have seen an episode, I don’t remember any of the characters, but I love the period pieces.

  6. I love Downton Abbey! My favourite character would have to be Mary Crawley. Great interview – thanks Rel and Lynette :)

  7. I have not seen Downton Abbey yet but I keep hearing about it from so many people so I keep meaning to check it out!

  8. Lynette Eason is easily one of my favorite authors along with Dee Henderson. I have read many of her books; but can never read too many books she has authored. I appreciate the opportunity to be entered in her Giveaway. Thank you.

  9. I’m afraid I haven’t watched Downton Abbey either. In fact, I don’t watch much TV. I met Lynette over the weekend and she is a lovely person. I never realized she wore hearing aids, which surprises me since my sister would be deaf without hers, too. Would love to win the book!

  10. I’ve watched the pilot and maybe one other episode. I actually ended up deciding not to watch it because I figured I would be absolutely hooked. What a reason right? I just don’t like to watch too much tv. Maybe I’ll pick it up again in the future.

  11. I love Downton Abbey and Lady Mary. :)

    • Thank you everyone for stopping by!! Sorry I’m so late to the party. My brother and his wife had twins a couple of weeks ago and they live seven house up from me. I’ve been busy loving on babies and helping with feedings, etc. BUT I appreciate you guys so much for taking the time out of your schedule to leave a comment. And might I just say, if you’ve never seen Downton Abbey, it’s awesome! :)

  12. I’ve never watched it, but I have the first season on DVD, so I plan to start this winter.

  13. I cannot say that I am a Downton Abbey fan because I have not seen it yet. I hope to do a nice binge one of these days, because my friends LOVE it! For now I simply haven’t had the time. I’m kind of getting into Gilmore Girls at this moment. :)

  14. A longtime dream of mine is also to travel to Italy & Venice.

  15. We don’t have TV really but I’ve been able to watch DA on DVDs from the library… I’d have to say I like Mary, Anna, and Bates. :-) I had already enjoyed Bates in North and South and in Lark Rise to Candleford and that continued here.

  16. No, I’m not

  17. Sorry I have not watched it yet either. I mostly read and do not watch a lot of television. your book looks great and will have to read it soon.
    Thank you

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