Review: Breach of Trust

If you love legal thrillers, look no further than the Atlanta Justice series. Breach of Trust is the third in the trilogy, and centers around corporate litigator Mia Shaw. She discovers her friend has been murdered and Mia goes full force in pursuit of justice for the man accused of his murder. But Noah Ramirez thinks the man is being framed. The story unfolds in a tale of a corporate scandal with danger with every turn of the page. Mia and Noah seem to be on opposite sides, but join forces in search of the truth.

Breach of Trust might just be the best in this series. Lots of plot twists keep the reader’s head spinning until the very end. Just when you think everything is resolved and danger is averted, another twist pulls the reader back in. Noah and Mia’s chemistry make the story complete, without being too overdone on the romance side of things. Mia’s character gets thrown a lot of challenges, and her inner strength develops as she faces battles in and out of the courtroom. Also, as a bonus the reader gets to check in on Kate and Sophie from previous novels in the series. I enjoyed Breach of Trust and highly recommend it for fans of suspense and legal mysteries.

I received an ebook review copy of this book through NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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