Delayed Justice

Delayed Justice

Author: Cara C. Putman

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9780785217923

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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Jaime long ago gave up the desire to be loved. Now she only needs to be heard. Jaime Nichols went to law school to find the voice she never had as a child, and her determination to protect girls and women in the path of harm drives her in ways both spoken and unspoken. As Jaime, now a criminal defense attorney, prepares to press charges against someone who wronged her long ago, she must face not only her demons but also the unimaginable forces that protect the powerful man who tore her childhood apart. Chandler Bolton, a retired veteran, is tasked with helping a young victim who must testify in court—and along with his therapy dog, Aslan, he’s up for the task. When he first meets Jaime, all brains, beauty, and brashness, he can’t help but be intrigued. As Chandler works to break through the wall Jaime has built around herself, the two of them discover that they may have more to offer one another than they ever could have guessed—and that together, they may be able to help this endangered child. This thrilling installment of the Hidden Justice series explores the healing power of resolution and the weight of words given voice. And as Jaime pursues delayed justice of her own, she unearths eternal truths that will change the course of her life. “Delayed Justice will hold you to the end . . . A very timely story!” —Susan Page Davis, author of the Main Justice series “Delayed Justice is a timely and compelling legal thriller that will have you turning the pages in search for justice. Putman packs an emotional punch and tackles tough issues head on while demonstrating God’s redeeming love.” —Rachel Dylan, bestselling author of Deadly Proof Legal romantic suspense with inspirational elements Third book in the Hidden Justice series but can be enjoyed as a standalone Book length: approximately 93K words Includes discussion questions for book clubs
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