Monday, June 9, 2014


The story of the Justice Brothers started out strong and just kept building on the relationship between Cameron, Drae and Alex. It told of their war time experiences and then built on another character, Lacey.

I loved how Drae came to her rescue and brought her into his world. From the things she ran from the her fight or flight, Cameron was there for her.


Cameron brought her back to the compound which was so much more than she had ever seen. She fit right in and began to work hard to right the mess left by an assistant who was called away for a family emergency.

Alex was her protector as Cam was figuring out how to keep her in his life and yet unsure how he could fit her into his life.

Drae was a bit under developed, but I can see him having a bigger part in the books that follow. Other than him being a man-whore, he was a solid friend to both Cam and Alex.

Lacey is a straight shooter and she began falling in love with Cam, but didn't want to let on and then when they began their intimate relationship, she didn't want to be clingy, but Cam just came to her in the nights and left her hanging the next morning. Lacey found she was good at the job and integrated well with the others in the compound, making friends with everyone. With Alex telling her to give Cam time and Drae telling Cam he was an idiot, the two would soon be getting together.

The book ended, but yet left a lot up in the air. I'm anxious to read the next book in this series.

This is the first book I've read by this author and I will definitely continue to read what she writes.

4.5 stars