Like Phoenixes, who have risen from the flames, a special team of acclaimed Archangels, have been born. This capable squad of four - skillfully masterminded a brilliant plan that will help those, who have not been able to help themselves.
Imagine yourself as a victim. You have suffered unspeakable acts of abuse. You have stood on trial and endured, reliving your nightmare in front of the world. You have exposed yourself and the humiliating events that surrounded your affliction. You were promised justice and felt reliance in the court system. You shared your misfortune, because of that trust. But with lack of proof, your assailant walked away from the charges or may have received a reduced sentence. Many of us live, with the circumstances we have been handed in life. Some of us have been offered protective custody. While others simply live in constant fear, of their predator, possibly returning in the dark of the night.
Experience the emotional stories of people, who once suffered. Then enjoy watching the victim rise up. As this stealth, underground team, offer a select few, the opportunity to have their day in the Court. The Court of Justified Vengeance Twisted.
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What a wonderful sequel
Tosh did an incredible job with this sequel to the first Justified Vengeance novel. These the four archangels truly get things done through twisted and unconventional means. And the steamy parts of this novel are well written too. Natsumi does masterful job of presenting all the characters in the novel...each in their own light. With each novel I read or listen to I become an even bigger follower of Tosh. Her work has the ability to pull the reader through all kinds of emotional response. Just a note...especially if you haven't experienced the first book in this series...it is a bit dark and intense but worth the read for sure. I would encourage listeners to continue to listen even after Natsumi says "The End". The message after that makes a very clear statement about the content of the novel and provides a resource.