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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Review: Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan



About the book:
Standing For What's Right Could Cost Her Everything

Tapped as lead counsel in a corporate cover-up lawsuit against Mason Pharmaceutical, Kate Sullivan knows this case could make her career. What really drives her, though, is getting justice for the victims whose lives were ruined by the company's dangerous new drug. But when a whistleblower turns up dead, it paints a target on the back of everyone involved.

Former Army Ranger turned private investigator Landon James steps in to handle security for Kate. He's still haunted by mistakes in his past and is determined never to let something like that happen again. But it soon appears someone is willing to do anything--even commit murder--to keep the case from going to trial.

As danger closes in, Landon can't help but admire Kate's courage and resolve--but will her determination not to back down become too great of a risk?
My rating:
4 stars
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My thoughts:

Deadly Proof is the first book in Rachel Dylan's new series, Atlanta Justice. The book follows lawyer Kate Sullivan and PI Landon James as they look for evidence that will prove the corruptness of a certain pharmaceutical company. Normally legal thrillers are not my cup of tea, but Rachel Dylan has a way of writing this genre that keeps my interest and I've loved many of her stories.

The characters were wonderful. Both Kate and Landon were likeable and I found the romance story sweet. I hope they are in the next book in the series, Lone Witness, because I want to see more of what happens in their lives. ;)

All in all, Deadly Proof was a great read with a lot of suspense. It was written very well and I had no issues following the story. I definitely recommend Deadly Proof!
 
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2 comments:

  1. I also enjoyed this book and think it will be interesting to see how the rest of the series plays out and other characters connect.

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    1. Yes, it will be interesting to read the rest of the series. :))

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