Fatal Justice (Fatal #2)

Fatal Justice - Marie Force
This is one series that you have to read in order, and have practically no downtime between the books! It builds right on the heels of the last book, so keeping that in mind, there’s not an instantaneous dead body. To me, this is a good thing, as it allows for character building.

We learn a good bit more about Sam in this book, and how much she has the potential to really hurt Nick’s career. On the flip side of that though, is how much her privacy will be violated by staying with Nick, and she’s got some skeletons in her closet. While their relationship falters at times, they do, at the core, remain together.

The book was very fast paced, and while I didn’t agree with everything that happened amongst the secondary characters, I did enjoy seeing the tapestry being woven of them. However, I was able to draw too many vagueish parallels between this series and Nora Roberts’ In Death series. It was unsettling, and dulled my enjoyment of it overall.