In this book we once again visit the brothers and sisters that make up the Justice Agency, this time Derrick Justice is the star when the flame from his past who broke his heart shows up desperate for help. A killer is after her and she has a baby to protect. Here’s the back cover blurb.
Gina Evans knows her brother was murdered—even if the police won’t believe her. After catching a quick glimpse of the evidence her brother had gathered, the same criminals are after her and her baby niece. And Gina’s only hope is the man she left behind. Despite the painful memories, private investigator Derrick Justice won’t fail Gina and her baby. Yet now, the woman he never stopped loving and the baby he’s come to adore are in a killer’s crosshairs. But can Derrick trap the cold-blooded murderer before he strikes again?
The Justice Agency: Family and law enforcement go hand in hand
I really enjoyed Dark Tide and am sad to see the series end. This book held my attention from beginning to end, which has been difficult lately, lol—I actually finished this book! It was a fast read, and I never got bored with the storyline.
That all being said, do any of you ever have a hard time finishing a book, or maybe give up and set it aside? This is a rather new phenomenon for me, and I’m not sure what to think. I have noticed I’m much more likely to finish a shorter book than a longer one, no matter how well written it is. How about you. Does length matter in your decision to finish?