Yes, It's an excellent book to read after Shield of Justice. But before the other Justice books Shield first introduces you to Rebecca Frye and Cather..Show More »ine And Watts and Sandy. Now A Matter of Trust introduces you to Sloan and Michael and Jason/Jasmine and Sarah. Then the next Justice book puts them altogether for one explosive novel but I am getting ahead of ahead of myself. A matter of Trust. Is a stand alone story of how J..T. Sloan computer whiz and Michael (a woman) a business genius get together and fall in love to the background of saving her company from a nasty virus and take over attempt from Michael estranged jerk of a husband that she is trying to divorce. The slow love story set again the fast pasted fight to keep her company is awesome and very heart warming but on top of that you have the love story of Jason/Jasmine and Sarah who is a wonderful love story as well and makes you want to know more about the couple even though this is primary a lesbian story their story is so funny an interesting it makes you want more about them. So yes I highly recommend this book to all my friends even a few of my straight friends.
As the first of the Justice books it introduces you to Rebecca Fry and Catherine Rawling::Hard boiled cop Rebecca and Dr Rawling hit it of as they cla..Show More »ss over the law and patient rights, It's almost love at first fight. I just love the way the writer let you get inside their heads and see Catherine over thinking every move like a psychiatrist would and then how Fries thinks like a cop does and how they both approach falling in love with the other. And how hard and fast they fall all to the background of finding this crazy serial killer/ rapist. And how they have to work together to do it. It's a great story and well read on audio, and Radclyffe is an amazing writer, can't be beat as a story teller,
Once again, Radclyffe has left me wanting more. And I mean that in more ways than one. She writes in a way I can relate and her books read in ways I u..Show More »nderstand. Betsy does an amazing job as narrator and as much as I'm looking forward to the next book, I'm not looking forward to the end. I don't want the story to end.