Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Amy's 4 star ARC Review of Craving Justice by Fiona Archer
Four Aussies in Seattle
As an unseen enemy takes aim
Four must stand as one for Justice to survive.
A man branded by his past
Seth Justice is tall, daring and dangerous. The former street kid from Sydney owns a thriving technology company in Seattle. But he has bigger goals―or should that be ghosts?―that drive him harder. On the verge of selling his business for a fortune, he’s celebrating when Harper Fox, daughter of the buyer, tumbles into his arms. The curvy café owner enchants him with her sassy personality. Soon they move from easy banter to a night of passion that reveals a sweet vulnerability in the soft-hearted woman.
A woman determined to control her future
After a lifetime of her domineering father’s scorn and rejection, Harper dances to her own beat. She has her café and surrounds herself with a chosen family of her eccentric staff and close friends. While she’s mostly content… her heart aches for more. But Harper has been burned before and doesn’t trust easily. That is, until a man with a panty-melting Aussie accent and a commanding stare entices her to take a chance—on him. When Seth takes charge in the bedroom and ties her control in knots, he awakens a need in Harper that leaves her hungry for more.
A new beginning worth fighting for
When an unseen enemy attacks the new life Seth and his brothers have built, the ensuing disaster tests not only his developing relationship with Harper, but also threatens to sever the last remaining bonds with his brothers. As Seth struggles to protect everything and everyone he loves, he has to determine if Harper is his enemy’s target—or accomplice.
Seth Justice needs his brothers. Circumstances drove them apart but for the brothers to make it coming back together and possibly forgiving is a must. Seth is selling his phone app design and selling his soul to protect his employees. Negotiations are made and signed on the dotted line. Just as things are looking up Seth meets Harper.
Harper has found her own way inside her café. Her father’s approval is not needed anymore. Her life is full except she hasn’t found her one. Trusting another man would be a detriment. Falling into this man's arms has her rethinking everything.
Harper and Seth are finding their way around each other very intimately until events out of their control take over. Social media attacks, harsh messages, lies, betrayal and more give these two a run for their money along with Seth hanging on to his business contract. Someone is making this personal and its hitting Harper and Seth hard along with Seth’s brothers.
There are great secondary characters in this first release. Harper’s friends are hilarious and beat to their own drum which I love. Seth’s brothers are some very interesting men to say the least. I look forward to the next book Tempting Justice due out in the Fall featuring Heath and London.
Thank you for the ARC! Review to post to Ramblings From Beneath The Sheets.