Newlyweds Leah and Sebastian Reyes were broke and living with parents when a random encounter led them to pursue a career as private investigators. Thanks to a prominent judge business is good. Everything is derailed when a horrific discovery leads them to find out the truth about who is hiring them and why. Pushed to the limit they fight to find the truth, bring justice to light and stay alive.
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Two For Justice
Great premise for a book, but has the author ever met a comma, or a semicolon? Also, the use of "your" for "you're" was so disconcerting, it was difficult to enjoy the fast paced, sometimes wacky adventures.
Please get a decent proofreader with a feel for punctuation. It can be a life or death matter: "Let's eat! Brother!" vs
"Lets eat brother!".
Two for Justice
Enjoyable well written book which showed the characters as believable and the plot was something that occurs more than some people realize
I couldn't get into it and the main character was annoying. Was this written by a teen? It just seemed like immature writing,