Deadly Proof fit the bill. I have a weakness for heroes who have served, especially if they show a little vulnerability, so Landon’s character was perfect. I liked that the author did not give him a stereotypical case of PTSD. Instead, he was wrestling with something that I think even those who haven’t served could understand.
Kate is a strong female lead with some definite weaknesses. She’s a little emotionally high-strung at times. And, she’s a bit of a workaholic. But, she’s also guided by a strong sense of right and wrong, and she makes you believe that you really can fight on the side of right, even in the tough world of “Big Law.”
The story should also appeal to those who love legal fiction.
It’s clear Dylan has a background in law, but she’s not heavy-handed with the
jargon. What technical terms she uses, she manages to explain in a way that doesn’t
get in the way of the story or sound forced. On the other hand, if you’re not a
fan of the legal details, you can blip over some of details without losing the