Book two of The Law Game features a cyber Robin-Hood-esque antihero who must evade or convert the woman tracking her.
Enter Laila Hollister, private investigator. As a favor to her uncle, an executive at Archer, she agrees to investigate. Laila tackles the case with hard-edged determination befitting the PIs she’s read about in novels.
Trinity Washington works as a systems support specialist for Archer. On the surface, Trinity lives a simple, orderly life. She’s single, cares for her mom who suffers from early onset Alzheimer’s, volunteers at a local homeless shelter, and makes it a point never to litter. She’s a letter-of-the-law kind of girl.
Except when she’s not.
With Laila closing in on the truth, will Trinity be caught with her hand in the corporate cookie jar? Or will Laila realize who the real criminal is?
As always, Jove Belle’s writing style is compelling and keeps the story moving at a good clip. I enjoyed Archer Securities and its two main characters so much that I may have contacted her and asked if there’s any chance that this is the start of a new series. Cross your fingers with me, people, because I need more books with Laila and Trinity in my life.
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