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Unlawful Justice by [Langston, K., Lynn, K.C.]
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Length: 299 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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Seek the truth and you will find justice.

The peaceful town of Harmony Falls, Texas, has been rocked to its core by an unspeakable crime.

One that harbors revenge and injustice.

Schoolteacher Olivia Bradshaw can’t remember what happened that horrific night, but it’s easy to see the effect it’s had on those around her. All she wants is for peace to be restored to her beloved hometown, but Deputy Grayson Taylor is on a different mission. He seeks truth and justice, and he’ll do whatever it takes to find both for Olivia.

Lines will be crossed.

Secrets revealed.

Can justice prevail, or will the citizens of Harmony Falls succumb to the corruption and hate that continues to plague their small town?

K.C. Lynn and K. Langston have teamed up to bring you a story about hate, race, corruption, injustice, and above all, love. A story that may change the way you view the world.

WARNING: For mature audiences only. Contains some subject matter that may be offensive due to violence, racism, language and sexual situations. May be disturbing for some readers.

NOTE: There is a rape scene in this book but we DO NOT show it. We DO NOT describe it. The scene fades to black before it happens.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2746 KB
  • Print Length: 299 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0181BILKK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,604 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I've managed to read 40% of this book and I just can't read any more. The story not only feeds into all the hate cliches but also has a drama upon cliche drama for the main characters. To top it off, while the main female character is supposed to be dealing with a major traumatic event, she is also supposedly falling in love with apparent ease. I don't understand how this book received such good reviews, it does no justice to the subject matters it raised (racism and rape) and fails in the romance genre!
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The profound and emotional impact this novel had on me left me extremely disturbed. Apart from questioning my own incredulity, I needed facts to back up what I had read. Is it possible that there's still the slightest trace of this kind of xenophobia in today's western society, because I honestly thought this irrational infirmity been eradicated. When I finished reading, and after shedding many tears, I needed to talk to somebody about it. I needed opinions and someone who could help me process my feeling. My husband highlighted some harsh truths; my devastation being ten-fold made me come down to earth with a big thump. Nevertheless, one must not forget this is a story.

Just before the end, I was chatting online with my buddy reader-cum-sister-in arms and these were our very words which I would like to share with you.
“What you reading?”
“Unlawful Justice. It's like watching a movie. So much flow, so much character development. The plot is very different. Full of twists and turns and the editing is perfect. Nearly eighty percent in and not one mistake.”

Never a true word said. I couldn't find fault. Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a grammar monster. But apart from that, I look for consistency, reason and I need to connect to the protagonists. And oh boy, did I connect! The heroine has such a wonderful personality. She is the sweetest most open-minded person I have yet to meet in a book! Olivia Bradshaw is a dedicated English literature teacher in a conflictive school in a quiet town in Texas. Her students love her, she loves them. Events take place causing a snowball effect and her world comes tumbling down. But she's strong, incredibly forgiving, and what impressed me more was that her pain always took second place.
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By Sam ~ Redhot Romance TOP 500 REVIEWER on 16 November 2015
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"The line between right and wrong has always been skewed. The ways in which we are raised, and our cultures, determine what is right and wrong in our hearts. This is why we need law and order to guide us. To validate our choices or condemn them. And therein lies the bottom line....choices."

Well...I just got sucker punched in the FEELS! Give me a second to scrape together all the pieces of my emotions and try to assemble them in some sort of ordinary state again. Even days later, this book is consuming me. This is not your easy Sunday read, it is a thought provoking, in your face book that will undoubtedly confront many readers - and I say that in the best way.

Unlawful Justice is a story of division, heartbreak, losing ones self, unity, friendship, hate, passion, right, wrong but overall love. Not only a couple falling in love but that strong bond between friends, family and mankind in general.

Without a doubt these authors have taken a huge gamble with the social issues addressed in this book. Langston and Lynn draw you into a world where right and wrong is clouded by race inequality but where hope and love are underlying to overcome all obstacles. These authors don't skirt the boundaries of this socially taboo situation in our society but come at them head on, not to glorify any one parties actions, thoughts or injustices but rather demonstrate that even in the most broken of situations that love, hope and devotion can rise from the ashes and bring about change.

Tensions are high in Harmony Falls. One unexpected incident has the undercurrents of racism, which has always been simmering just below the surface, boil over in a series of explosive events.
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Well written K. Langston and KC Lynn. It was an emotional read I have never had so many feelings come rushing to the surface as quickly as I did. It is sad that people can treat people the way they do and think that it is ok. No one single person rich or poor, black or White is any different. We are all born the same it is just the way we are raised. Thankyou Pap for raising such a beautiful person in Liv and Grayson for loving and being the person he is. Justice was truly served.
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