Monday, November 20, 2017

Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan

Kate Sullivan is lead counsel in a corporate lawsuit against Mason Pharmaceutical, a company, whose new drug ruined the lives of many victims and Kate wants justice. The company is willing to commit murder to keep the truth from coming out, even kill the opposing lawyer. Landon James, a private investigator in charge of security for Kate, who will not to let anything happen to her.

Rachel Dylan, brings us a fast-paced legal thriller with characters that you take an invested interest in and root strongly for.  I’m not a detail oriented person, so I appreciated the author shorting some sequences when it was clear what was about to happen. Nothing turns me off of a book as much as fluff does.  I could throw terms out like “action-packed” and “suspenseful”, but this book is great for so many more reasons.  The message of forgiveness that Rachel wove through this story really hit home for me, it made me think that maybe she had written this just for me.

Is this a "Guys Book"?   This is considered Christian Romance with plenty of suspense and intrigue added in.  This book, and the upcoming sequels, will be enjoyed by any man or woman that is smart enough to pick up this book!

Rachel Dylan writes Christian fiction including legal romantic suspense. Rachel has practiced law for over a decade and enjoys weaving together legal and suspenseful stories. In addition, Rachel writes the Danger in the Deep South including "Lethal Action" and "Devoted Defender," which appeals to fans of edge of your seat romantic suspense. Rachel also writes the Windy Ridge series including "Trial & Tribulations" and "Fatal Accusation." These legal thrillers with elements of spiritual warfare are great for fans who enjoy books by Peretti or Dekker. "Trial & Tribulations" was a Selah finalist in 2016. Rachel lives in Michigan with her husband and five furkids-two dogs and three cats. Rachel loves to connect with readers.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion, as part of their Book Review Blogger Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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