BOOK REVIEW

BOOK BY: Elizabeth Goddard

Rarely have I enjoyed a third instalment of a series more than the first book!

I’ve read all three books of the Uncommon Justice series by Elizabeth Goddard and this book by far is my favourite.

From page one to the end, readers are treated to an adrenaline rush of an experience. Rae Burke’s sister in law is missing and her investigative journalism skills are just the ones needed to find her. Liam McKade, the youngest of the McKade brothers, feels lost after an undercover op sidelined him and left him recovering from his injuries, not to mention a broken heart. When Rae’s investigation brings him to his doorstep, he has no choice but to help the woman who blew his career to smithereens.

This book has everything that makes a great suspense – conflict, conflict, conflict and a bit of more conflict that keeps piling on our heroes until it’s impossible for them to come out unscathed. There are connections galore and secrets that once revealed leave the reader surprised. And honestly, one reveal nearly floored me – I totally didn’t see it coming.

There is an evident faith thread woven throughout the novel, not just quick prayers offered up to get out of a predicament. There is genuine faith for both Rae and Liam which was kind of refreshing. It’s not preachy, but it’s there nonetheless.

We see our couples from book one and two enjoying wedded bliss which was kind of nice, but they definitely didn’t play a significant role in this book – more of a cameo appearance to let us readers know that everything worked out for the others.

A note to readers who are sensitive to certain topics – this involves human trafficking and drug dealing.

If you want a read you won’t be able to put down, this one is likely for you!

I received an ecopy from the publisher through Net Galley. All opinions expressed are my own.