1) I loved the setup: an intense, big-city lawyer has to go into Witness Protection as a small-town librarian, where she falls in love with the District Attorney. The plot is well structured, well paced, and calculated for maximum tension. The characters are unique, and I loved them. A truly enjoyable and entertaining story.
2) Great read. Loved both Cade and Emily. Very well written characters. This author's word just flow off he pages making for an easy don't want to put it down story.
Carsen Taite Without Justice
Lesbian - Romantic Suspence
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (December 13, 2016)
Amazon: Carsen Taite Without Justice
Cade Kelly’s life revolved around her legal career until the day she testified against the largest crime family in Chicago. Now in witness protection, she’s working hard to adjust to a life devoid of the things she used to be passionate about. When she meets the smart and beautiful Emily Sinclair, Cade feels hopeful about her new life, but she learns no matter who she pretends to be, she can’t deny the pull of her past.
Emily Sinclair is settling into her role as district attorney and she’s ready to find a love interest to share in her success. Cade Kelly captivates her from the moment they meet, but she discovers that despite their undeniable attraction, Cade will challenge her at every turn. What will happen when Emily learns Cade isn’t who she thought she was, and worse, when they wind up on opposite sides in Emily’s first big case?
This journal is friends only. This entry was originally posted at https://reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwidth.org/5162781.html. If you are not friends on this journal, Please comment there using OpenID.