Attorney Savannah Daniels has built a law practice that she is proud of, but her latest clients seem to be keeping something from her. Her family life is a bit troubled, with a sister, Stasi on drugs and a troubled niece, Addy, whom she adores. Her ex-husband, Dustin, betrayed her fifteen years ago and then had a daughter, Addy, with Stasi. Through it all, Savannah has been there for Addy and kept a rather cordial relationship with Dustin.
When he was a young boy, journalist Jett Glover’s dad killed himself over a false newspaper article that destroyed his reputation. Jett became a journalist to assure himself that the truth will always be told. After weeks of research, including trips to the Far East, Jett exposes an international sex trafficking ring that points the finger at a well known baseball player and three associates, one being Dustin who acted as his pilot.
When the story breaks, tragedy follows in the form of murder, a commercial airline crash and problems with Addy and Stasi. The author had me so engaged with her characters, and the plot flowed so well, that I hated to see the book end. She added a bit of romance between Savannah and Jett which lightened the story and gave the reader something to smile at when things around them got tense. I hope Author Putman considers bringing these two back in a follow-up to this book.
Publisher - Thomas Nelson
Date of Publication - April 7, 2020