Review: Justice Delivered

Patricia Bradley brings the suspense in Justice Delivered. Right from the start, danger unfolds as we meet Carly Smith while she is trying to escape from human trafficking. Carly puts her life back together but realizes that she can’t stay silent while her abductors are free to pursue their evil endeavors. Carly heads to her home town to track down the man that tricked her into a supposed modeling contract, but she is unable to stop her niece from being kidnapped.

Justice Delivered is hands down the best in this series, and I enjoyed the other three Justice novels. (This can be read as a stand-alone if you haven’t read the other novels.) Just note the sensitive subject material for some readers. The author does a great job of giving plenty of action without over-the-top details, but this does deal with human trafficking and child abduction. The story actually sheds light and brings awareness to a scary and very real issue plaguing our cities today.

The non-stop suspense and plot twists will keep you up all night. With terrifying bad guys and admirable good guys, the intense story line flows rapidly as every flip of the page leads to new dangers. I’ve never seen a character go through so much as Carly. She’s a warrior and I loved the chemistry she has with police officer Logan Donovan. Justice Delivered won’t disappoint suspense fans! Justice Delivered doesn’t come out for a few weeks, but add it to your TBR list now.

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