Broken Justice, Blind Love
He is a suspect. An accused killer. And Trish Kleerey is the law. Patrolman Kleerey stands tall, speaks assertively, and sees right and wrong as clearly as her black and white cruiser. Commit a wrong and face the consequences. But her strict moral code is challenged when her investigation into a series of murders incriminates the man she loves. Her training tells her to arrest him. Her heart screams otherwise.
Bryan DeJewel feels the line between love and the law blur when Trish questions him about the serial killings. The Trish Kleerey he knows is soft, warm, and capable of bringing him to his knees with desire, but that passion isn’t enough to build a lasting relationship. If she loves him, she must trust him.
Her suspicious nature already cost her a lifelong friendship. She couldn’t turn her back on the physical abuse she suspected her friend suffered but, once again, her questions alienated a person she loves. Believing Bryan means turning her back on hard evidence, breaking the rules, and risking her career to prove his innocence.
Meanwhile, the real killer watches and waits, hoping she’ll fall into his deadly trap. Trish’s dilemma: listen to her heart and choose love, or strap on her gun and enforce the law?
Uncaged Review: Meet Trish Kleerey a female police officer. Who is dealing with a spree of women who have been murdered recently, found dumped in abandoned houses for sale. This is her first big case so she wants to solve it. But with all the stress with the job she has to chill somewhere so her other past time is the gym. Where’s there’s a sexy guy called Bryan with a checkered past, who’s trying to get to know Trish Kleerey just that little bit better. Also he’s on the lookout for a new house. Funny how he’s looking for a new house and there’s all these murders happening in houses for sale. With Trish’s job and home life mixing how will she cope? She isn’t talking to her best friend much since she got a new boyfriend.
This had a lot of twists and turns to it and a good storyline. This is the first book I have read by Rena Koontz. But I wouldn’t object to reading another book of hers. As this one did indeed keep my interest. Reviewed by Jennifer