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Broken Justice (Justice Brothers Book 1) by [Halliday, Suzanne]
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  • File Size: 1611 KB
  • Print Length: 296 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 11, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IY5RIXA
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The h is a runaway and has lived on the streets alone for the last 5 years by herself. Yet she is supposedly very naive and a virgin. She has no high school degree but uses words like "beholden". She has trust issues but has no problem staying with a strange man when she was abused by all the men she has encountered. The H gets so sick that he pretty much is unconscious for a whole night and the next day he is all better? He is supposedly this great security/PI yet sleeps so sound that she can get dressed and leave and he does not wake up. I will say, I did not finish the book the writing style was just too painful and the characters too unbelievable. What irritates me is I waisted $2.99 on this book and will not read the author again.
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As the first book in a series “Broken Justice” started strong. I was sucked into the story right away. Lacey was the down on her luck but plucky heroine, and Cameron was the strong silent type that came to her rescue. He instantly wants to help Lacey. So offers her a job with his company across the country. Lacey jumps at the chance for a new start, and a chance to explore the chemistry between them. Cameron is reluctant but charmed by Lacey.

The road trip was great, Cameron is opening up. You can really see a friendship developing as well. Also things are staring to get steamy for these two. Hot. Then they get to the compound Cameron’s company owns. This is where the story very slowly started to unravel for me. I felt the romance stalled at this point and the relationship pretty much turned completely physical. They tend to ignore each other in public and the moment they are alone Cameron has Lacey naked. Little to no conversation.

Cameron just seems to morph into a complete jerk. He knows it, his friends know it, Lacey it knows but she still goes along with it. Until he is so insulting she can’t ignore it any longer. Lacey was a vulnerable character. Young, unskilled, no family and no money. I felt Cameron well and truly had the upper hand here, and sort of used her. It left me with an icky feeling. Look, he does come through in the end. But for me the character damage had been done.

The writing was good, and the character development was solid. In fact you spend a lot of time in Lacey and Cameron’s heads. Sometimes a bit too much time. At times I was ready for some action or conversation to move things along. In spite of my gripes I realised I would read another book by this author with the hope she can make a hero a bit more likeable.
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This book had virtually no story. There were endless sex scenes to the point where I skipped pages it was so repetitive hoping there would be some sort of plot further on. Sadly nothing developed. If the other two books in this series are similar to this I wouldn't bother to read them.
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Thanks to the author, I was allowed to read a complimentary copy of this book for an honest review. Honestly...I loved it! Cameron is a broken, troubled alpha male that has yet to get over his past and the things he endured in the military. Lacey is a broken, troubled young lady that has been dealt a bad hand in life. The two are drawn together after Cameron plays hero for Lacey when she is attacked.

As the story proceeds, Lacey is quick to adjust to the life that Cameron has offered her to get on her feet. She is also quick to be able to deal with her feelings for Cameron and try to deal with his continual running away. Cameron is much slower to deal with his feelings, constantly trying to deny them and run from Lacey.

This is a great story of dealing with your past and moving on. It is a story of accepting the things that have been dealt to you and coming out of the darkness. It is also a great love story. I enjoyed the entire story and loved seeing the growth of the characters. I will be anxiously awaiting the next book in the series. Great job Ms. Halliday...five-stars on this great story.
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Cameron Justice (aka Jason Cameron) is taking a break after a long assignment in Mexico City. He's back at his old stomping grounds of his youth, when he spots Lacey Morrow for the first time. Cameron can't keep his eyes off her. Something about Lacey intrigues him and he ends up following her. While following her on foot Cameron shows up in time to save Lacey from two guys trying to mug her. Cameron can tell Lacey doesn't have a home and is barely surviving. He offers to clean up a nasty cut she got during the attack.

Lacey isn't sure why she accepts the help being offered from Cameron. Her past makes her very leery of any man but for some reason she feels safe with Cameron but is still on guard. Cameron makes an offer to Lacey that will help her get on her feet again and a new start. An unexpected night taking care of one another leads to an unexpected friendship between the broody Cameron and the young Lacey.

This was a lovely debut novel from author Suzanne Halliday. I am excited about the Justice Brothers series. This is Cameron and Lacey's story but the readers are also introduced to Draegyn St. John and Alexander Valleja-Marquez, who make up the rest of the Justice Brothers. The three men were comrads and fought together in Afghanistan. After a horrific incident during their tour in Afghanistan the men come home changed and scarred emotionally and physically. They find solace in their changed world by teaming up again to form an agency that deals with surveillance, protection and cyber security. So with this in the background we are introduced to Cameron and Lacey in Broken Justice.

Cameron grew up in poverty and lost his mother at an early age.
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