Genres: Romantic Suspense
Seek the truth and you will find justice.
The peaceful town of Harmony Falls, Texas, has been rocked to its core by an unspeakable crime.
One that harbors revenge and injustice.
Schoolteacher Olivia Bradshaw can’t remember what happened that horrific night, but it’s easy to see the effect it’s had on those around her. All she wants is for peace to be restored to her beloved hometown, but Deputy Grayson Taylor is on a different mission. He seeks truth and justice, and he’ll do whatever it takes to find both for Olivia.
Lines will be crossed.
Can justice prevail, or will the citizens of Harmony Falls succumb to the corruption and hate that continues to plague their small town?
K.C. Lynn and K. Langston have teamed up to bring you a story about hate, race, corruption, injustice, and above all, love. A story that may change the way you view the world.
KC Lynn and K Langston
Unlawful Justice is one of those books that sticks with you for a long time. I had to stop reading a few times because its so emotional. The racial tension, the violence, and the emotional pain is all very real. Sometimes I felt that Liv was too naive. It bordered on annoying. However, it didn’t ruin the book for me. Her and Grayson are interesting characters because they simply can’t imagine how racist these people they had known forever were. While it would be easy to say “Oh come on! You had to know” I think its really honest. Truly you have no idea how some people feel deep down. You don’t know what people are really capable of. How many times is there a major event and people go on the news and say things like “I would have never expected this from him/her”. So, while their naivety is a bit annoying at times, it is because we, as the reader, are able to see the bigger picture. So, don’t go into Unlawful Justice unless you are prepared for some heavy, real topics. Trigger Warning: A character is raped. While the rape is not described, the event is brutal and might be difficult for some to read.
Book Details: Book Details:
POV: Dual (with a few chapters from various other unnamed characters)
Tears: Oh yeah!
Trope: Mortal Peril, Police, crazy ex, revenge
Triggers: Rape, racial violence
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K.C. Lynn is a small town girl living in Western Canada. She married her high school sweetheart and they have four amazing children: two lovely girls and a set of handsome twin boys. It was her love for romance books that gave K.C. the courage to sit down and write her own novel. When she is not in her writing cave, pounding out new characters and stories, she can be found living between the pages of a book, meeting new tattooed, hot alpha males with very big…Hearts.
K. has been married to her very own country boy for 14 years. They live in the deep south with their two crazy kids, and a speckled beagle named Sadie. She worked in property management for last decade before leaving the industry to write full time. When she’s not penning her next love story, you can find her nose buried between the pages of a good book.
She released her debut novel, Because You’re Mine in September 2013. She has since released three follow up books in the series, Until You’re Mine, When You’re Mine and Forever You’re Mine. Her next release, Sylvie is a contemporary romance set to release Early Fall 2015. She is also co-writing a book with Author KC Lynn called Unlawful Justice, set to release November 2015. K. writes with true passion and heart about what she knows, love, romance and all things southern.
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From Unlawful Justice:
Pacing back and forth in the lobby, rage pumps through my veins as I try to think about who could have done this. This obviously has to do with Jamal and the shooting, but why target Liv? Why not Walt? Unless this was their way at getting back at him, by hurting her.
Either way it will be their last fucking mistake.
My stomach twists into a tight knot when I see Walter rushing through the automatic door.
“Where is she?” he shouts, his voice filled with panic as his eyes shift everywhere until he sees me. “Where’s my granddaughter?”
I blow out a heavy breath and head toward him. “Walter, listen—”
He stops cold, his chest heaving as his eyes scan my body. “What the hell is all that?” He points at my chest. “Is that…her blood?”
I look down at my white undershirt to see it stained red.
“It’s hers, isn’t it?” he asks again, looking for confirmation.
“Walter, let’s take a seat.” “I will not have a goddamn seat. I wanna see my Livy, and I want someone to tell me what the fuck happened to her, right now!” he bellows, his body quaking with anger.
Everyone swings their sympathetic eyes to us, three of the nurses crying. I stare back at him and search for the words to tell him. “Walt.” I start but trail off.
How the fuck do I tell him this?
“No,” he whispers, shaking his head in denial. “Please tell me they didn’t hurt her. Please tell me they didn’t hurt my baby, that this isn’t because of me.” His voice sounds as broken as he looks.