Lethe Press, Day 6 Giveaway: Injustice by Kathy Kron and Brenda L. Leffner
**CONGRATS TO ALEXI FOR WINNING THE GIVEAWAY!**
To celebrate On Top Down Under Book Review’s 3rd blog-versary, Steve Berman and Lethe Press have kindly offered to give away a book a day during the entire month of October.
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on the bottom of each post. If you receive a spam notification while commenting, no worries. We will see it and move it to the appropriate post.
Good luck to all who enter and make sure you check back daily to see the next giveaway.
Join us in sending a huge thank you to Steve and Lethe Press for the generosity in helping us celebrate our 3rd year!
Injustice by Kathy Kron and Brenda L. Leffner
The Mile-High City has its troubles. Fortunately it also has a troubleshooter, Riley Connors, who is more than what she seems: law student, waitress, and flirt. Because Riley has a past and connections that enable her to protect the people around her. She’s a nemesis to many. Her penchant for investigating and meting out justice to criminals and scum that the law has not touched is about to be tested when Riley meets Ali Garcia, a girl who presses every one of Riley’s buttons, from caution to distrust to desire. Ali’s in danger and Riley finds herself unable to resist, knowing full well that even her wiles and skills at handing out justice are about to be tested.
Remember the old television show The Equalizer? This book, the first in a new series of lesbian thrillers, reminded me so much of that show, which I loved. The protagonist in Injustice has grown tired with the law’s inability to keep her friends and innocent parties safe. So, thanks to her training, her resources, and a sidekick, she goes on a vendetta. Not gory at all. Very satisfying though!
We have two copies of Injustice to give away. You may choose print or digital editions.