Not everyone can get justice the traditional way—that’s where Estlyn Collins comes in. A young lawyer in Santa Monica, her "legal" service, After Twelve, works outside the courtroom to tip the scales when the justice system has failed.
For a price.
Thanks to her powerful underground network, Estlyn's success rate is stellar, and her inbox stays filled with inquires from the desperate and vengeful. But when one of those names is a ghost from her past seeking vengeance against her, she’s shaken to her core. Off balance and scared to be alone, she makes an impulsive move for a guy. He’s a complication she doesn’t have time for, but it turns out he may also be an unlikely—if unwitting—asset.
Treading the rapidly thinning line between personal and professional, Estlyn pursues her target while outrunning the one on her own back—only to find she may be running into a lot more than she bargained for.
IF SHE WERE BLIND is the first book in the engaging New Adult series AFTER TWELVE by author Laney Wylde. Perfect for fans of THE HATE YOU GIVE by Angie Thomas, and television shows like REVENGE, SCANDAL, and VERONICA MARS, the AFTER TWELVE Series is a gritty social-issue drama that delivers steamy romance, intrigue, and the most bittersweet revenge plots. Estlyn's determination to right every wrong is sure to quench your thirst for justice, yet leave you wanting more.
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Great Book But.....
I liked the book even though it was one where it kept going back in the past, then to the present. I just can’t believe it ended the way it did. Hopefully the second book of the series will pick up where this left off.
The book was short
This book was amazing and I loved how it started and how the suspense would build up until the end. Something that frustrated me is that it was so short. Maybe it is because I am a fast reader I finished this in barely any time. I just really wish that they could have talked more about her relationship with Michael.
If she were blind
So enjoyed the content! As I don’t get to sit and read for a long period of time, the main character in the book with two names was a little confusing to me. But after a while I got the hang of it. Very interesting book!