Blind Faith

Blind Faith

by C. J. Lyons
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Blind Faith 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 118 reviews.
Momma_Mimi More than 1 year ago
This book was excellent. It was a shorter read at only 163 pages. However, it was action packed like nothing I have read before. CJ Lyons proved herself once again in this thriller novel. Following the life and grief of Sarah Durandt, you are taken on a roller coaster ride through a small mountain town with twists and turns you don't expect, not knowing who to trust, and who's gonna walk out in the end. This a highly recommended read from a highly recommended author!
Balina More than 1 year ago
This is the first book I've read by CJ Lyons- I loved it- and can't wait to try her other books.
danamstrs More than 1 year ago
I did enjoy this book. But it is miscatigorized as romantic-suspense. It is a suspense-filled thriller with a dash of lackluster romance. So it's worth a read but i wouldn't pay a lot for it. I paid 99 cents, so it was a good read for that price!
Firebird28 More than 1 year ago
Sarah Durandt had gone to Texas to watch a man die, but she did so in the hope that he would - at the end - tell her where he had buried her husband and son two years before. But in that, as with quite a few things and people in her life, things are not quite as they seem. Not Alan Easton, a lawyer pretending to be her friend and admirer, but doing so under very false pretenses. Not Samuel Durandt, the husband she still loves, thinks is dead, but is more than he seems. Not Hal Waverly, the Hopewell, NY sheriff who she thought she knew. And not Jack Logan, FBI Special Agent in Charge, who was in charge of the Damian Wright - the man Sarah had gone to see executed for killing boys - case. As things come to light and seeming ghosts reappear, not knowing who to trust can leave both Sarah and Sam dead. This is my first read of Ms. Lyons' works and my initial reaction to the story was (and continues) to be a little speechlessly star-struck. Sarah is grieving what she believes to be a double tragedy, but has a spine of steel that lets her carry on in spite of it. She knows when to bend instead of breaking, but is, at the same time, stubborn. Hal Waverly has also known loss, and carries on as well, but differently. In a lot of ways, he is still the man Sarah has known for a lot of years, but has a secret that he doesn't want known. Sam Durandt tries to do things to the best of his ability, but they don't always work out exactly as he planned them. He knows his own shortcomings, but keeps on going. Aside from the story's tempo, action, and timing, I really enjoyed the characterization. All of the characters - the good, the bad, and the ugly - are people that the reader may know, may want to know, or (as in the case of someone like Damian Wright) may hope to never come across in any capacity. This is the kind of story I like to read and look forward to reading more of CJ Lyons' books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thanks to rude plot spoilers here is another book ruined. Oh well, another sale lost for bn.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Blech. Stupid, irritating protagonist, for whom I felt no sympathy whatsoever, despite her constant breast-beating.
cbaker71 More than 1 year ago
It was OK. I found it too predictable, and a bit boring. I would not recommend. It was readable though and I could tell the author was trying to get you to emotionally attach to a few of the characters but they lacked depth so it was hard to do. I read it, but wont pick up another by this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book. Was able to put it down many times but still wanted to see where it went. A bit over the top. Still, I did want to finish .
Christine Spado More than 1 year ago
Fast pace great read brilliant author
Ainigriv More than 1 year ago
Oh my gosh, was it ever good! I love to try and figure out how it is going to end long before I finish a book and this one blew me away. Wow. CJ Lyons can sure spin a tale, and keep you at the edge of your seat throughout the book. I just love this book and can't wait to start the next one I have of hers. She is blistering! Want a great read? Blind Faith will not let you down! On to the next one I have of hers, will let you know how this one goes! I am positive it will be as good as Blind Faith was though. What a story spinner CJ Lyons is!
AChesshir More than 1 year ago
This book was amazing. It was sad at times and it made me cry. It pulled at my heart strings. CJ Lyons is a wonderful writer. This is the first book by her I have read and I plan to read as many as I can get my hands on. I would recommend it to anyone!
G-maTM More than 1 year ago
A bit slow and drawn out. First CJ Lyons I've read and not sure I'll be reading another right away.
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Vgood read
panache22 More than 1 year ago
I cannot say anything else
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I highly recommend this book. It's a great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an intense book, a little slow at first but then it captures you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I usually do not read books of this type because they are a little too suspenseful for this 71 year old but I started it & couldn't put it down. Very good book and when I'm ready for a little more excitment in my life, will buy another from this author. JudyE