I Am Justice

I Am Justice

by Diana Muñoz Stewart

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781492662396
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 05/01/2018
Series: Band of Sisters Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 165,062
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Having earned her Master's Degree (MFA) in Creative Writing, Diana Muñoz Stewart went on to write multiple novels garnering awards and recognition in paranormal, science fiction, and contemporary romance genres. A believer in the power of words to heal and connect, she blogs and provides web-content on health, writing, and social issues.

When not writing, Diana can be found outside her lakeside home gardening, kayaking, or hiking with her kids and the man who's had her heart since they were teens. Learn more or connect with Diana at: www.dianamunozstewart.com.

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I Am Justice 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
HeatherLyba More than 1 year ago
The book hooked me from the start. It was an intriguing premise and the characters were interesting. It was a bit hard to keep everything straight at times, but I suppose that’s the danger in the first book of a series that encompasses as much as this one does. The relationship between the two main characters happened a little fast for me, and I wasn’t all that thrilled with the secret organization. It came off a bit sinister. But I was caught up in the story and liked the mix of suspense, danger and romance. The writing was engaging and I’m looking forward to the next book in the series. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
MMT441 More than 1 year ago
Smart, Sassy and Sizzling. Fantastic read with a very strong female lead. Please writers of the world we need more of these characters!! I loved how Stewart intertwined the romance between Justice and Sandesh around a heart-thumping, high action suspense story. Justice is the alpha female we all have been craving for and finally we have it!! Its a page turner right until the very last sentence. I highly recommend I am Justice!
Bogwitch64 More than 1 year ago
Hold on to your hat--your heart and panties, too. Tons of action, romance, and sizzle. The action plays out like the best thrillers, fast paced, believable, and just graphic enough. No over-the-top gore, here. The romance isn't the sweet kind; it's gritty and raw and fierce in all its forms. And the sizzle, whoooeee! Blushing readers need not apply. The sizzle in this book is not for the faint of heart; it's for those who like it hot and steamy. On top of all that, it's beautifully written, though with everything else going on, it's easy to miss. That's the best way to write a book like this--so compelling you don't notice all the nuance, but every once in a while--slam! It hits you, and the emotional punch is that much harder. Great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fast-paced, exciting adventure story combined with passionate romance, I Am Justice is Diana Munoz Stewart’s debut novel, the first of the Band of Sisters series. Justice Parish, rescued from sex-trafficking while a child, is adopted by Mukta Parish, herself a victim of abuse. Mukta has organized a “sisterhood of vigilantes to combat sex trafficking which she runs it under the guise of a boarding school for the wealthy. There is a varied cast of feisty women all with various emotional and/or psychological issues. The love interest is Sandesh Ross, ex-military, who has established an NGO to counter the effects of war. Sandesh, after years of military service, suffers from PTSD. Justice uses her anger to fuel her battles. Tired of being angry, Sandesh redirects his at doing good deeds. The attraction between Sandesh and Justice is predictably immediate. Though frequently set aside for the sake of their mission, their passion does overflow into some hot sex scenes that sometimes manages to show their real connection. My problems with this book included rather cardboard characters in bad guys’ organization. Despite occasionally being in the bad guy’s POV, the reader doesn’t get a sense he has any redeeming qualities, and the best bad guys are those that walk a tight line between good and bad. There is also a goodly amount of unresolved backstory, the above-mentioned stilted characters, plot action that occurs so rapidly it’s frequently not well-grounded enough for readers to process, and some plot holes big enough to fall into. Also the sex-trafficking seems to be mere window dressing, and isn't really addressed. Despite its faults, I had a good time reading it.
nelriv More than 1 year ago
Rcve and ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) Hmmmm..Well I am still unsure of this one..I just found fit too much, and what I wanted I couldn't get, I know I know I am unclear well lets just say that I do not recommend, I am not saying it was bad it just was not for me, I have many many books I read and have to read and I wish I spent my time on another book.. flagcomment · see review
gigiluvsbooks2 More than 1 year ago
This bad-ass band of sisters plays for keeps. She's ready to start a war Justice Parish takes down bad guys. Rescued from the streets by the world-renowned Parish family, she joined their covert sisterhood of vigilante assassins. Her next target: a sex-trafficking ring in the war-torn Middle East. She just needs to get close enough to take them down... He just wants peace Sandesh Ross left Special Forces to found a humanitarian group to aid war-torn countries. But saving the world isn't cheap. Enter Parish Industries and limitless funding, with one catch— their hot, prickly PR specialist', Justice Parish. Their chemistry is instant and off-the-charts. But when Justice is injured and her cover blown, Sandesh has to figure out if he can reconcile their missions. With danger dogging their every move, their white-hot passion can change the world— if it doesn't destroy them first. Review: What an interesting premise for this story, with the matriarch taking in these mostly girls and turning them into spy's and assassins to go after the bad guys. Now, each of these people has issues, which includes Justice. It makes her act impetuously and almost gets herself and Sandy killed. Sandesh is just about the most stand-up character you can get in a book, plus the looks to go with it. Justice and Sandy are opposites in a lot of ways, but have an undeniable chemistry. I liked them together, just I liked Justice a little more because she came off as a little more dimensional. The sexy times are very steamy and well-written. There is a lot of action and violence in the story. The Author did a good job creating the suspense of who was the mole in Justice's family. I was guessing until the reveal. I am very intrigued by Justice's siblings and cannot wait to read about them. This first book by this Author and the first in the series was very engaging and had me reading wanting to know how it would end. 4Stars *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book provided by the publisher.*
Boohimdanno More than 1 year ago
I am Justice is a can't put down action back book that will have readers turning the pages late into the night. Make sure to suspense your belief since the story is about a all female adopted group of assassins with that being said that is what makes I am Justice a fun read. The author Diana Munoz Stewart is able to create likable characters with rough edges that seem to soften as the story moves though the pages. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Sourcebooks Casablanca for the advance copy of Diana Munoz Stewart
BananaTricky More than 1 year ago
DNF at 37% I think I was misled by the cover into thinking this was Urban Fantasy. Justice is an operative for a secret group called the League which avenges abused women. The League is unusual in that it is also a family, of adopted children who have all suffered some form of abuse. Justice saw her own sister Hope murdered in front of her eyes and is determined to avenge her murder. Whilst chasing the brothers who murdered her sister, who are now trafficking women in Syria, Justice discovers that there is a spy in her small team, someone feeding information about the League to their mortal enemies so she goes on the latest mission alone and in secret, piggy-backing off a new charity being run by former special forces operatives. Maybe I wasn't in the right mood but this just felt cliche-ridden. I'm fairly sure I know who the spy is, Justice seems fine with killing bad guys, until she kills one of the men who killed her sister, then she starts to feel remorse - WTF? She's a caricature and unlikable. Also, in two missions she has screwed up twice - not much of a super secret operative! It's an easy read but I felt it was too predictable, I'd read something similar many times before and I had a sneaking suspicion that the ex-army guy would end up saving poor little Justice who would degenerate into a hapless girl. I could be wrong but it had that feel. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
DaneWeimMama More than 1 year ago
I Am Justice was an interesting read- it had parts that made me not want to put the book down & then parts that just didn't seem to work. I felt a little lost & actually went to check out the author thinking maybe I had missed earlier books in the series. I Am Justice is the first book in the Band of Sisters though. I will check out the next book in the series because overall I enjoyed the book. Hopefully it will be a little less confusing. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.