This is book two of the Erin McCabe series. Though I typically try to read a series in order, I jumped in after winning the book in our Goodreads Giveaway. The author provides enough background detail that I never felt lost having skipped the previous book. Easily read as a stand-alone.
Ann Parsons confessed to murdering her father and now finds herself sitting in jail awaiting sentencing. At first glance, the case looks cut and dry. But the lead detective has a gut feeling there’s more to the story. He quietly approaches attorney Erin McCabe, asking her to meet with Ann and ensure justice is truly being carried out.
Erin McCabe is a transgender lawyer and book deals both with Erin’s personal life as well as the legal drama. I enjoyed each aspect of the book equally.
There were a lot of characters in this book with a high number of moving pieces. At times, this left me a bit confused, but gladly it all came together for a very satisfying ending.
I really enjoyed Erin and her story. I will definitely continue on with this series and am looking forward to the next installment.
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