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Injustice

Narrated by: K. Orion Fray
Length: 5 hrs and 21 mins
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The Mile-High City has its troubles. Fortunately it also has a troubleshooter, Riley Connors, who is more than what she seems: law student, waitress, and flirt. Because Riley has a past and connections that enable her to protect the people around her. She's a nemesis to many. Her penchant for investigating and meting out justice to criminals and scum that the law has not touched is about to be tested when Riley meets Ali Garcia, a girl who presses every one of Riley's buttons, from caution to distrust to desire. Ali's in danger and Riley finds herself unable to resist, knowing full well that even her wiles and skills at handing out justice are about to be tested.

©2013 K. A. Kron & Brenda L. Leffler (P)2014 K. A. Kron & Brenda L. Leffler

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  • Me & My Girls
  • 09-04-14

Good one.

This was a pretty good story. I enjoyed the fact that the protagonist was a person of action. The lesbian angle wasn't overdone and the romantic dance that exists in most books was thankfully absent here. I look forward to subsequent selections in this series.

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  • Carroll A. Reynolds
  • 07-07-18

CIA, psychological warfare without all the extra baggage

I read a review insinuating the book wasn’t a good read considering the plot, or lack there of, the gadgets available at a moments notice, and lack of moral compass.

Books are for the imagination. They allow you to take a ride where you may not want to physically go. Have you ever wanted to trip your boss and watch them take a header down the carpeted hallway getting rug burns along the way? Or, how about that person who took your girlfriend os months or years away? This book allowed me to do this while maintaining my moral compass and integrity. That’s why I enjoyed it and why I will move on to book 2.

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  • Lynn A Cyr
  • 23-02-18

Injustice

Great book looking forward to the sequel of this book I enjoyed it a lot.