Early Review–Courting Disaster
She's Gone Too Far…
A year ago, criminal defense attorney Carling Dent woke up in a conference room with a bullet wound, a murdered client and no memory of what happened. Since then, she's grown reckless. She's gained a reputation for representing defendants no one else will, and her own partners are beginning to question her conduct.
Then a car accident triggers flashbacks, and Carling is driven by the need to find out what really happened that day. Her investigation begins to uncover a twisted web of secrets someone doesn't want exposed. The threats against Carling escalate, and she turns to the one person she wants to trust—her former lover, prosecutor Jared Manning. The passion between them is as hot as ever, but when more memories start trickling back, Carling starts to wonder just whose side the man she loves is on…
If you are looking for a great suspense thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, then look no further. I couldn’t put this one down.
Carling can’t remember what happened. Life takes on a new direction because of the circumstances. Who was it that murdered her client and left her for dead? Who can she trust?
She turns to her ex-lover in hopes that he is on the up and up. However, she soon starts doubting even him.
This is one of those books that keeps you guessing right up until the end! I really loved that Carling was a tough woman who could take care of herself. There are too many times in books where the woman needs the man to come rescue her. That definitely isn’t the case here.
This book is set to be released on April 4, 2011 in ebook.
Courting Disaster eBook: Carol Stephenson: Kindle Store
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