Blind Justice

Blind Justice

by Gwen Hernandez

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Blind Justice 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
BooksAndSpoons 24 days ago
Intense, raw, and frighteningly realistic suspense with romance that matched the adjectives of the mystery and action. I have made it rather vocal in the past that I do not like hero's who are man-sluts, just not my thing. And I am all about equality, so I admit that the heroine in this story with her 'fuckbuddies' (author's word) and strings of one night stands was difficult to relate to at first. It really took me a while to warm up to Tara Fujimoto, but I did grow to like her, and towards the halfway point in the book, I truly did care about her destiny and worried about her surviving to see another day. Yes, she is different, she has this polished wall surrounding her that did not match the inside of her, her temperament, her way of talking, acting, reacting, it was unique, and a bit brute at times, but she was real, and with Jeff Patarava, she didn't hide her true self. Jeff was in a tough spot, trying to help Tara while needing to find and rescue his son. Jeff and Tara were very different in their personalities and interests, yet when the true identities of these two finally come to light, there are not so many differences after all. They have chemistry, they click, the physical attraction between them is hot, palpable, and even with the rough touches and actions, still have tender moments and even innocence in an interesting way. The suspense is up close and deadly dangerous. The attacks and threats are coming from all sides, no one is safe, not for a moment, and to escape in an old RV was a genius undercover move. The story is vastly entertaining, it is sexy, it is perilous, rough, and raw in many aspects. I enjoyed it and the learned to appreciate the distinctively unique touches in the tale. A great addition to the series that is filled with tense suspense and ardent love stories with intriguing characters. ~ Four Spoons
IAGrams 5 months ago
This review is of Blind Justice by Gwen Hernandez. Note: this review contains spoilers! Tara Fujimoto Is the business manager at Steele Security. Jeff Patarava has become a member of Steele Security so he can make some money while searching for his son. While Tara’s job doesn’t take her out into the field, she does it this one time to bring down a sleaze-ball photographer who raped her sister. Emily couldn’t take the shame and committed suicide. Not only do they take down the photographer, Tara and Jeff get a good look at pictures on his camera. But somewhere along the line, Tara has seen something she wasn’t supposed to and now that something has put a price on her head. You need to know that much to understand the rest of the story, or the parts that I’m going to give you. So Tara’s life is in danger. Most of the team is in Brazil, so that leaves Jeff. Who wants to be hunting for his son. Without Tara. Who did Tara see? What happened to Jeff’s son? Will he find him? You have to read this fast paced action, love story for yourself to find out the answers! I had no clue who the bad guy was until the end and I can usually figure it out. And the love story was so sweet! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
SugarNSpice1 5 months ago
A suspenseful dual thread story that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Tara Fujimoto is the business manager for Steele Security and also Jenna (from the first book) best friend. We have seen her throughout the previous books and now we finally get her story. She is out to bring down the man she feels responsible for her sister's death. In doing so she makes herself a target to someone who will do anything to keep something Tara saw quite. The hero, Jake Patarava, in this one isn't as well known to the series and doesn't plan on working for Steele forever but when he sees Tara is in danger he steps up to be her bodyguard and ends up taking her with him on his quest to find his young son who has disappeared after his mother died of an overdose. At about ¾ into the book a line from a Godfather movie - Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in – hit me. The author makes you think things are ramping down in the story line but BAM ramps them up again..