First comes love, then comes fear . . .
After a whirlwind romance, Darby Hayes Grisom married the man of her dreams. Smart, handsome, ambitious-Sean was everything she always thought she wanted. Little did she know that one year later that dream would turn into her worst nightmare. Sean is moody, angry, violent. Violent enough to kill. When Darby realizes she's pregnant she knows Sean will never let her go.
Attorney Jack Kavanaugh is the only person Darby can trust to help her with her plan to save herself and her baby. But the deeper Jack gets involved in protecting Darby, the deeper the feelings between them become. A complication Darby can't afford-because her husband is watching their every move and he'll do anything to get her-and their baby-back.
Author: Rhonda Pollero
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Trapped, Abandoned
Series: Finding Justice #2
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Trapped, Abandoned
Published by Forever Yours Source: Publisher
Published: February 7th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense, Suspense
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I’m enjoying the Finding Justice series from Rhonda Pollero. In Exposed we meet Jack Kavanaugh and Darby Hayes. Darby is smart, accomplished has her own means and yet still finds herself trapped in an abusive marriage. She knows that her husband is capable of horrible crimes and won’t let her go so she makes a drastic choice to save her newborn daughter. When she stops in Jack’s law office on a whim, she finds a man she instantly feels she can trust. It takes time to bond in a way that has Jack fighting to save Darby from prison, helping her get away from her husband and getting her daughter back.
The book is full of sweet, tender personal moments between Darby and Jack, super intense moments with the despicable Sean, betrayals, and much more until Darby is finally free and among good people who care. The book kept me interested, moved at a good pace and gave me all the reasons I needed to keep turning the pages.