Justice for her clients is Kate Sullivan’s motto. Being assigned as lead counsel against Mason Pharmaceutical (MPC) for a new drug cover-up is a career-making case. Despite this, Kate’s focus is still solely on helping her client. When an MPC employee and whistle-blower is murdered, she realizes the stakes of this lawsuit are dangerous.
She enlists the help of PI Landon James, a former Army Ranger, to help her uncover the truth behind these allegations. Kate breaks every stereotype Landon had about lawyers and he finds himself falling for the idealistic, auburn-haired attorney.
Working together can Kate and Landon expose the truth before it's too late?
Deadly Proof was the first book I read by author Rachel Dylan. The author hooked me from chapter 1 and kept the suspense intensified throughout the entire story. Kate’s passionate and earnest personality won me over. However, as a reader I would have liked to see a few more flaws in her. Most of her “flaws” seem to be internal rather than external. Because of this I found her a little hard to fully relate to as the heroine. This would be my only minor critique. Other than that, Deadly Proof was an exceptional book and I look forward to reading more books by Ms. Dylan.
~~Deadly Proof was provided to me by Bethany House in return for my honest opinion. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher, for which I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine alone ~~