Published by: Thomas Nelson
Written by: Cara Putman
When I decided to read and review Imperfect Justice, I thought it was going to be a typical suspense book, but it was less and more than what I expected. This book is not really scary and it does not have a lot of actual suspense in it, but it is interesting and different.
This book tells the story of a female lawyer who takes on the task of helping a man gain custody of his young niece. Along the way, the two face many issues and grow close to one another.
Who This Book is For:
Those who like suspense books might enjoy this, but it is really a good choice for anyone looking for an interesting love story to read.
What I liked:
The characters in this book are extra likable and fun to read about.
The story of this book is unique from anything else I have read.
I was interested all throughout the book.
What I didn’t like:
Overall, I enjoyed this book.
I give Imperfect Justice 5 out of 5 stars.
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