Jack's agreement stated that he would use the facilities but not necessarily work with the Institute's clients. His wife, FBI agent Andie, is expecting their first child, and Jack is determined to take on paying clients and build his practice. As in all good intentions, plans get altered and he begins working to get admitted rapist Dylan Reeves off of death row for a murder he swears he didn't commit.
Grippando is a master of intertwining plots, and each of his stories kept my attention. His characters seem real to me...they get the job done without being super heroes that stretch credibility. Jack's backstory is an interesting one, and Grippando adds little tidbits of the past in each book. I have seen him through several girlfriends and am thrilled that he settled down with Andie.
I loved this book from the first line to the next to the last line. The last line left me with an uneasy feeling that I don't want to have. No cliff hangers, please James. I am looking for a bit of happily ever after in my reading.
Publisher - HarperCollins
Date of Publication - March 1, 2016