Broken Justice - Suzanne Halliday

Broken Justice

By Suzanne Halliday

  • Release Date: 2014-03-11
  • Genre: Erotic Romance
Score: 4.5
From 196 Ratings


Cameron Justice - Once a throw away kid heading for trouble, he found a sense of purpose in a war zone. Years later, successful, handsome and wealthy, Cam's mistrust of women and relationships in general have left him a brooding loner

Lacey Morrow - Abused and neglected, she's a lost girl determined to make something of her life- if only she could catch a break

Unlikely Companions - Fate throws them together. Now the rest is up to them.

Will Cam be able to leave the past behind and learn to trust?

Will Lacey be strong enough to fight for what she wants-  Or will the past be too much for them to overcome?


Three extraordinary men and the women who love them

How much distance do you need from your past before the dust settles?

If it's all about the journey - this one is just beginning.


  • Amazing Read

    By DestinyRisen
    Honestly this has to be one of my favorite reads thus far. I loved the character development that the author took time to make. I fell in love with the characters and this book. I am disappointed that there aren't any other books of Suzanne's available, but nonetheless I still highly recommend this book.
  • Stan Lee didn't create The Justice League....

    By TrishaAnne38
    Maybe that's dumb that is bugs me, but Stan Lee did not create The Justice League like the author states. Lee has nothing to do with DC Comics, he is the creator of the Avengers (Marvel). Get your facts straight before putting them into print. God...couldn't even finish after that in fear of more silly mistakes that could be fixed with Google.
  • Really Well Done!

    By HappySmilingOne
    This book was really well written. I felt as though the author really cared about her characters, nurturing them and how they developed. Even though this plot, tortured war veteran (special forces), with a difficult childhood who thinks that he is "broken" and undeserving of a good woman and her love, has probably been written about more times than one can count. The author's writing style, and how well thought out the story was kept me interested. This was a light, feel good read and I look forward to reading more from this author.
  • Boring!

    By Nic&Kris
    Mediocre at best. Not enough dialogue.
  • Meh...

    By Cassiet14
    The book was free so that helped. It isn't a terrible read but the author stays in the character's head wayyyyyyyyyy too long! I ended up skipping ahead to actual conversations a few times.