away kid heading for trouble, he found a sense of purpose in a war zone. Years
later, successful, handsome and wealthy, Cam’s mistrust of women and
relationships in general have left him a brooding loner
Lacey Morrow – Abused and neglected, she’s a lost girl determined to make
something of her life- if only she could catch a break
Unlikely Companions – Fate throws them together. Now the rest is up to them.
Will Cam be able to leave the past behind and learn to trust?
Will Lacey be strong enough to fight for what she wants- Or will the past be
too much for them to overcome?
Three extraordinary men and the women who love them
How much distance do you need from your past before the dust settles?
If it’s all about the journey – this one is just beginning.
This book starts with the prologue where we meet the “Justice
Brothers”; Jason Cameron, aka Cameron Justice, Alex Velleja-Marquez, and
Draegyn “Drae” St. John, while they are serving in Afghanistan. They were all
lucky to get out alive after their HQ was the site of a suicide bomber’s
target. After leaving the military and
lengthy recoveries from injuries, they form an exclusive agency, The Justice
Agency, based in Sedona, AZ, which specializes in surveillance, protection, and
This first book in the series focuses on Cam Justice, although we are
introduced to all three of the Justice Brothers and get to know a little bit
Cam is taking a breather after a lengthy assignment in Mexico and decides to go
back east where he was born and barely survived his youth, poverty and neglect
were a part of his young life. We learn
the circumstances of his troubled youth and what lead him to join the military,
and that basically set him on a path of survival.
While sitting at a diner he notices a young woman sitting alone, trying her
best to go unnoticed and undetected. Cam being in the business he’s in, he
knows there’s a story there, not to mention he’s attracted to the lovely young
woman. He watches her routine for a couple days and decides to follow her. Cam
knows she’s in hiding, she’s poor, and she’s scared, after following her to a
shelter he decides to watch her the following day and winds up saving her from
a couple of thugs.
Lacey Morrow is very weary of her “Dark Night”, but decides to trust
him, having no other immediate choice. Cam takes care of her and gets her to
open up a little. He persuades her to stay at his motel where he proceeds to
further take care of her and gain her trust. Lacey is young, 22, and she has
been on her own since she escaped a life of abuse at 17, she’s not sure what to
think of Cam. Cam is very respectful, kind, and considerate, and there’s
definitely a mutual attraction between them.
and housing, it’s too good an opportunity for Lacey to decline, and she craves
stability and a home. During the road trip we learn more of Cam and Lacey’s
past and eventually one night they both succumb to the attraction they’ve been
fighting, and good Lord the sex is smokin’ HOT!!!!!. Lacey thrives in her new
environment with Cam, Alex, Drae, and the rest of the “Hacienda”
family. Cam is determined to remain alone and Lacey knowing he’s the one for
her, sets out to prove to him that he deserves to be loved and to have someone
love in return.
It’s was a bumpy road for Cam & Lacey, one that I thoroughly enjoyed!! I’m
looking forward to the next installment Fixing
Justice, set to release Spring 2014, which will be Draegyn “Drae” St.
John’s book….the excerpt at the end of Broken Justice made me want it
copy of the book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*