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    Exposing Justice was a rare 5 star read for me! I loved it! In a world of political corruption and danger, two people unexpectedly find each other. They start off with different goals, but soon they are working together...in more ways than one. I really enjoyed Hope and Brice, they are powerful characters who I'd love to know in real life. The connection these two develop is palpable and real. I felt like I was right there with them sometimes. I loved the dialogue between them, the slow build of trust, and the slow opening of their hearts. They are both open, honest, and there is a refreshing lack of angst between these two mature characters. As these characters and their relationship grow and develop, I liked the passion they share not only for each other but for the work they do. The passion between them is there and very real, and I liked how it was part of the story, but not the whole story which helped make Exposing Justice realistic. There is a high entertainment factor in Exposing Justice but there is also a very serious edge and Misty and Adrienne write a plot of political corruption believably. The who done it and why kept me guessing. It felt real and like something that could really happen. The danger and the unknown work well with the romance, helping bring the characters together. This might bring them together, but it's not what's going to keep them together...that is up to Hope and Brice. The secondary characters all work to bring the plot together without detracting from Hope and Brice, and I liked seeing characters from previous Justice Team books. Having said that, I do feel that Exposing Justice can easily be read as a stand alone. Exposing Justice was a book I didn't want to end because I loved the characters so much! I hope to see glimpses of them again in future Justice Team books. I'd highly recommend Exposing Justice to any romantic suspense reader.
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    Book 4

    Every book I read in this series just keeps getting better. I love how different the personalities are for Hope and Brice. They balance each other out, miss merry sunshine and the paranoid cynic. When I say I was on the edge of my seat I really was. You just want to keep on reading to see who is behind it all and how they catch the bad guys. Loved being able to revisit previous characters in the series. You can feel the comrade and banter between the Justice Team. A Supreme Court Chief Justice is accidentally killed or is it murder? Former ATF agent now blogger may just have tip leading to murder. Hope is in charge of defusing the situation with the blogger, but soon she finds herself teaming up with him. Now lives are on the line. Can they figure out who is behind it to serve justice before they're too late?
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