ISBN: 1-933471-60-3
September 2005
Triskelion Publishing
173 Pages
Romantic Suspense

Detective Maxine Walker is on the run. She will not go to prison for a murder she did not
commit. Yet when she goes into the police station for standard questioning, she finds
herself the suspect. She has to find out who killed her best friend. In no time, she has
hitmen on her trail, along with a handsome DEA agent; a man not only claiming to be
her ally, but capturing her heart at every turn. Can she really trust him?

DEA Lucas McAllister is hot on the heels of his sister’s killer. When he finds her, he
plans to haul her back to New York. Something tells him that she is innocent but he
needs more than just his gut instinct talking to him. Can he actually form an ally with her
to help find his sister’s real murderer or has his heart already seized a hold on her that
he cannot release?  

Trust Me is a non-stop roller coaster ride that I could not put down. Thrills, chills, and
action are top-notch on every page. I laughed out loud at some of the banter between
Max and Lucas. This story reminded me of the Mickey Spillane movies, even though it
was quite the opposite; Lucas was laid back in his conversation with her. I loved
everything about the characters. They interacted in everything they did; whether in
working together to find a killer or finding their hearts.

Ms. Somers has written an incredible story with intense, gripping action. It is
mesmerizing with its non-stop twists and turns. Good banter and enormous energy, this
is a clever, well-written book. Fast paced with an adrenaline rush all the way to the last
page. Sydney Somers is a name to keep an eye on. You can not go wrong with one of
her books.  

Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance