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This is a great book; this is the second book in The Justice Team Series by Misty Evans and Adrienne Giordano and narrated by Michael Rahhal. Misty and Adrienne have done it again! This is book is just as good as the first book! This book can be listened/read as a standalone; however, I recommend that you listen to both books in the series because they are both awesome! Mitch is a former FBI agent who has been hiding, since he punched his former boss who is pressing charges. Mitch learns that his friends have been murdered and he is now being framed for their murder. He asks FBI agent Caroline for help. But last time he asked for Caroline’s help he almost ruined her career. They must work together to find out why his friends were killed and fight the passion they still have.
The narrator Michael Rahhal, did a great job, and was very easy to listen too. This is the first time I have listened to this narrator, and I am looking forward to listening to more books by him. He did a great job with the different characters and their voices.
This book has romance, humor, mystery, and kick ass females. I can’t get enough of this series. I can’t wait until the next book in the series comes out.
A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.
Would you listen to Cheating Justice again? Why?
Yes. The story is so intricate with plot twists and turns. Politics, corruption, gun running, and conspiracies abound. The research that was done to show the chain of command was evident as the story unfolded. I never knew what was coming next.
What other book might you compare Cheating Justice to and why?
Alive at 5 by Linda Bond. Both of these books have well developed characters, plots that twist and turn and the main characters are total opposites but do work well together to unravel the mystery. Also the dialogue was filled with banter which often helped to relieve some of the more poignant moments in the story.
What does Michael Rahhal bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The accent for the southern gentleman. He also was able to give each of the character's dialogue the inflections so you got the sarcasm, the humor or the psychotic mind set of the villain.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No extreme reactions to this book. I often smiled listening to the banter between Mitch, Caroline, Brice, and Greystone.