Thursday, May 24, 2018

Blind Betrayal by Nancy Mehl

Blind Betrayal (Defenders of Justice #3)Book Description:
U.S. Marshal Casey Quinn is tasked with escorting a reporter to testify before a grand jury regarding a missing environmentalist. At first, the assignment seems routine. But when it becomes dangerously clear that there's more to the story than anyone knows, Casey and two other marshals--one a man from her past--will have to do whatever it takes to survive.

My Thoughts:
This one is good!  Casey left her job at the U.S. Marshal's office in DC for reasons no one really knows except her.  When she and her new partner are set to transport a witness, DC sends none other than her old friend EJ to help.  I was confused (along with EJ) about Casey's reactions to him.  The back story was both sad and infuriating.  The author did a great job with that.  
This was an intricate tale.  There wasn't just one storyline going and I really liked all the players.  The way the characters each apprroached the problems was realistic and you could tell the author did her research.  I had an emotional roller coaster of emotions through the book. Their was action, betrayal, love, suspense and more.  
It was a 5/5 for me.  I truly loved it.

Thank you to the publisher for the review copy of this book.  


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