From the Back Cover
Prosecutor Sophie Dawson has taken a new role at the Fulton County DA's office, and her first case involves a local bank employee who may be cheating customers. She's determined to bring justice to those who've lost their savings . . . but her life is turned upside down when she becomes the only witness to a double homicide involving a vengeful gang.
With her life at risk, friends and family convince her that she needs protection, and private security guard Cooper Knight is hired as a bodyguard. But as threats escalate, neither Cooper nor Sophie knows whom they can trust.
Unwilling to back down on either case, Sophie pursues the truth at any cost. But her bank litigation gets more complicated by the day, and the gang will stop at nothing to keep her from taking the stand. With all sides closing in, steadfast Cooper is the only man she can lean on. But drawing close may be the distraction that costs both of their lives.
"In this fast-paced thriller, Dylan explores corruption through a story that blends white-collar crime with street violence. . . . Dylan demonstrates her skill by keeping the story moving and tying everything together nicely in the end."--Publishers Weekly
"Dylan's second novel in the Atlanta Justice series is suspenseful and engaging. Readers will enjoy watching Sophie's cases develop, and the trials are believable. The relationship between Sophie and Cooper is both tense and hopeful, with readers rooting for them the whole way. Dylan throws in twists and secondary plot lines that deepen the story and provide layers to the danger that allow the story to be unpredictable. Readers will eagerly await the next installment of this legal romantic suspense series."--RT Book Reviews
"Fans of John Grisham will enjoy this book and its glimpse inside the legal system."--Christian Market
Praise for Rachel Dylan and the Atlanta Justice Series
"Dylan launches an exciting new trilogy of pulse-pounding romantic suspense set in Atlanta and headed by female lawyers. Suggest for fans of DiAnn Mills, Irene Hannon, and Terri Blackstock."--Library Journal