Friday, 24 March 2017

Dying for Love by Cara Putman

Released: Jan. 24, 2017
90 Pages
Series: Hidden Justice # 0.5

About the Book:

 
Things were business as usual for family law attorney Ciara Turner, until she walked into her mentor’s office to find the judge had been murdered. To make things worse, the emotional moments were witnessed by Ciara’s nemesis, opposing counsel Daniel Evans—the man she once thought she’d spend the rest of her life with.

Daniel can’t walk away from the murder investigation. Judge Palmer was the only one who believed in him enough to give the boy from the wrong side of the tracks a fighting chance. But his amateur sleuthing keeps him crossing paths with Ciara and he can’t help but admire her passion for her clients, even if they are often at odds across the judgment table.

As Daniel and Ciara get closer to discovering who killed Judge Palmer, their old feelings reignite. But the investigation takes an unexpected turn, can they trust each other enough to push for the truth? And will their rekindled relationship survive the aftermath?
 

My Rating & Thoughts:   🌟 🌟 🌟 (3 stars)

 

Prequel to Cara Putman’s new series “Hidden Justice” with book one being released April 4th.
I was expecting the story to focus on solving the murder of the body found at the beginning, but rather the focus seemed to be more on the romance between David and Ciara, with a little bit of sleuthing to find out what happened to the judge. The murder does get solved, but I found it was wrapped up quick and briefly. David & Ciara have a history, but grew apart when they ended up on opposite sides of the courtroom. Can they redeem what they once had? When David tells Ciara “What I want is to learn how to encourage a woman like you fall in love with a man like me” I couldn’t help but want them together. David knew what he wanted and was determined to make sure Ciara knew. I am curious to see where this series will take us.

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