Yesterday I wrote that today's post would be about a mystery novel. But the term mystery novel doesn't do justice for Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan. When I was reading about this fast paced title I noticed the description of "legal, romantic suspense," and that sums up the book much better than the generic of mystery novel.
Deadly Proof features attorney Kate Sullivan who serves as the lead counsel in a major case involving corporate cover-up. Romance enters with Landon James, retired Army Ranger, who is hired for an investigation after the death of a whistle blower. The issues at stake are topical, thoughtful and could be taken from the front page of any newspaper. The plot and characters held my interest and I am pleased that Deadly Proof is the start of a new series. Eager to get to become better acquainted Kate and Landon in the future. Many thanks to Litfuse Agency for the opportunity to become familiar with Rachel Dylan's work.
Tomorrow we begin our first day of the Buttercup Fair, featuring fun gifts from two of my favorite bloggers. Please stop by for gift inspiration.
As ever, thanks for stopping by and have a terrific Thursday.