Saturday, November 14, 2015

Review: Trust My Love by Iona Findley

Hi everyone! Today I want to share what I've been reading recently. This book is a perfect blend for any of you who love contemporary romance, family, and a bit of suspense and paranormal.

Trust My Love

by Iona Findley

Contemporary Romantic Suspense
ebook, 223 pages
November 14th, 2015 by IFGD
The Toussaints #1

As the eldest son of New Orleans’ most prominent family and one of NOPD’s top Missing Persons detectives, Philippe Toussaint is no stranger to pressure. But when his only niece is abducted, he'll do anything to secure her safe return. With few clues and limited time, he seeks answers from every resource, no matter how far-fetched. Even going so far as to question the enigmatic and beautiful so-called psychic who shows up out of nowhere, shaking up not only the case but his feelings, as well.

Artist Claire Davenport escaped to New Orleans to outrun the pain and humiliation of her childhood, keeping to herself and never letting anyone too close, but when a frightened teen girl shows up in her dreams and her most recent paintings, she knows she can no longer hide. With her psychic ability now out in the open, Claire fears the ramifications. But it’s not only her secret in jeopardy, the influential and gorgeous detective on the case stirs things within her she never thought to feel and endangers her tidy way of life.

Passions ignite between the two, but doubts on both sides threaten their relationship, and the case is only the beginning of their problems.

Can Philippe protect the woman he is falling for while convincing Claire that she can fit into his elite society life? Or will betrayal and fear destroy their dreams of love?

My Thoughts

Trust My Love is the first book in the Toussaints Series. The story is about a young artist who had many nightmares about what might happened in the future. And this time, the dream was about Alexis, the niece of Detective Philippe Toussaints. Alexis was kidnapped and tortured in Claire's dream. When the dream turned out to be the reality, Claire was torn between telling her dream to the NOPD and keeping her ability a secret. When she told Philippe about the dream painting, he didn't believe her. Since they didn't have any clue, he decided to finally check her painting. In the middle of investigation, they grew close, but there were something out there that threatened their happiness.

The story is really beautiful from the very beginning until the end. It captured my interest. It's a perfect mix of fun, suspense, romance and paranormal that makes this read worth your time. Claire was a beautiful woman with heartbreaking past. It truly hurt to know that she had to endure it because of her ability. Philippe was one of the best detective with a great instinct. He didn't believe Claire at first and his comment hurt her.

I love the story because of the Toussaints. They were great people. Their closeness to each of the family member made a warm feeling inside your heart. Not to mention, the emotional rollercoaster that changed your view about love. There are times that you won't like Philippe, but you can't help but forgive him afterwards. Claire was a bit hot and cold, but she did it to protect herself.

I really recommend this book to anyone who loves contemporary romance and a bit of suspense and paranormal.

A must read!

I received a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review.

About the Author

Iona Findley embarked on her career as a romance writer with her very first words, "love, love, love," which she carefully dictated to her mother. Despite spurious rumors, probably the work of a jealous sibling, that her words might actually have been, "lub, lub, lub," (surely not!) or even "blub, blub, blub" (horrors!), Iona pursued a vocation in romance writing with enthusiasm. Writing fulltime now Iona fulfils the promise of her early words crafting intriguing novels of "love, love, love."

For a complete listing of books, and news about upcoming releases visit For readers who would like to contact Iona directly--please do! Iona can be reached via email at She also loves to connect with readers via Facebook and Twitter.

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