Justice (Southern Comfort .7)

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Waking up next to a dead stranger with no memory of how he got there should be the worst day of Caitlin Cavanaugh’s life. However, what seems to be a clear case of self-defense soon puts Caitlin on the defensive, as evidence left behind at the scene doesn’t match up with her story. But proving her innocence becomes the least of her problems...

Criminal defense attorney Jack Wellington is highly sought after in the courtrooms of Savannah… not to mention the bedrooms of its female denizens. Jack believes himself to be hardened against the darker aspects of human nature, as well as the emotional plight of those he both cross-examines and defends. But when he encounters Caitlin in the hospital following her morning ordeal, something about the frightened but defiant romance novelist pulls at him.

Jack’s attraction to his client continues to grow as what started as a simple enough case turns into a fight to save Caitlin’s life. Old friends, ex-lovers and even her own family – someone among them wants Caitlin dead. And both of them learn what lengths some will go to in order to avoid justice.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Justice (Southern Comfort .7)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.66 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • Publisher:Published August 24th 2016




THE explosion woke Caitlin.

Okay, so it was only the trash truck outside, but it seemed equivalent to the decibel level of two trains colliding at high speed.

She cracked open one eye, quickly shutting it again when bright sunlight nearly blinded her. The three square windows over her bed were set high on the wall, so she’d never bothered with blinds. Privacy wasn’t a concern, as her fenced backyard and an alley separated her townhouse from the neighbor’s behind her. They’d have to be on their roof with binoculars if they wanted to see into her bedroom. And Caitlin was an early riser, so she always woke long before the light could become a problem.

Except, apparently, for today.

Her head throbbed in time with the grinding, mechanical sounds of garbage cans being lifted and dumped into the truck. Caitlin raised a hand, pressed her fingers to her temple in a futile ...

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ABy · 09-13-2018

You love suspense,you would love this book Books like this are worth reading, it's got substance

hadel · 09-15-2018

nice suspense

Pamzy · 09-16-2018

Not bad though too much unnecessary meandering. Caitlin too much of a scatter brain & divorced from reality, was truly irritating me especially bng a writer of similar books. More heat between Jack & Caitlin would have been good making up for some of the not soo good parts. Some loopholes also failed to explain what took place from when she left the bar, the Leslie character etc.