Reining In Justice is a great romantic suspense by Delores Fossen. Ms. Fossen has delivered a well-written book that will keep you guessing who the bad guy is until the reveal. Addison and Reed are divorced. Without Reed's knowledge, Addison hired a surrogate to carry her and Reed's baby. Now the surrogate is dead and strange things are happening. Reed and Addison's story is loaded with drama, humor, spice, action, suspense and a fabulous cast of characters. I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more from Delores Fossen in the future. Reining In Justice is book 6 of the Sweetwater Ranch Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
I read a print copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Never judge a sexy man by his cover…
Beau is deadly serious when it comes to his job as a homicide detective for the LVMPD. He also has a taste for the finer things in life, but no time to enjoy much of anything with such a heavy caseload—especially now that a serial killer is terrorizing the streets of Las Vegas.
Investigative technician Austin never met a snarky joke he didn’t like—or a set of stairs that couldn’t trip him up. One night after a devastating episode at work, Austin sees something else he likes—the handsome detective he’s spotted around the station. But after he makes a drunken fool of himself in front of Detective Williams, Austin is sure he’s destroyed any hope of ever going out with Beau on a real date.
Beau and Austin’s worlds collide when Austin is sent to pick up some evidence at the station. Amidst a myriad of twists and turns in the troubling serial-killer-style murders of Vegas conventioneers, Austin and Beau discover there’s more to the other than they’d originally thought. There might even be more they’d love to share—unless the killer has the final say.
Publisher's note: This book has previously been released under the same title. It has been revised, expanded and reedited for rerelease.
I really enjoyed this romantic intrigue. Bought this at a used book sale and I voluntarily chose to review it. This is not for the under 18 readers, I've given it a 5* rating. There is a lot of non stop action in this to keep you turning the pages. There were a couple surprises along the way that I didn't see coming. I also liked the ending.