Book 2 of Lynette Eason's series Women of Justice is just as suspensful and hair raising as Book 1 Too Close to Home. In Don't Look Back we catch up with characters from Book 1 though now the spot light is on Jamie Cash, survivor or a brutal kidnapping at age 18.
Jamie, who struggled with agoraphobia following her abduction, has finally started coming out of her shell. She is now working for the local law enforcement as a forensic anthropologist, though she still struggles with fear on a daily basis. When two skeletons are found with similar injuries Jamie believes that the deaths are related and links them to other similar deaths that have occurred in the area over the last twelve years since her own abduction.
As the investigation proceeds, Jamie begins to feel increasingly uneasy, like she is being watched and things in her carefully constructed daily routine are being disturbed by someone. Strange gifts arrive and Jamie comes to believe that her former abductor has returned. Jamie turns to her sister Samanatha, her husband Conner and is partner Dakota for help and support. Dakota and Jamie grow closer but Jamie's past and Dakota's lack of faith keep them from becoming the couple they long to be.
To find out if Jamie's abductor is caught before causing Jamie anymore harm and if Jamie and Dakota can work through their difficulties check out Don't Look Back by Lynette Eason. And watch for the third installment of the Women of Justice series out later this year.