I recently read Beyond Justice by Cara Putman.
Beyond Justice is a legal thriller with a little bit of romance thrown in. Hayden McCarthy is a young attorney who is assigned a wrongful death case. A young man who was detained while attempting to enter the country illegally is subsequently murdered while in the custody of the United States government. From the very beginning, Hayden realizes there's something not quite right about the case--the partner who assigned the case is withholding information and partners are fighting over it. As she investigates, Hayden finds more lies, intrigue, and murder, along with a growing admiration for her roommate's distractingly attractive cousin, Andrew Wesley.
I liked the book. It was well written and fast paced. I found myself being drawn into the story, and found it hard to put down. About halfway through the book, I realized that this is supposed to be a Christian book, but other than a few references to praying (not actual praying, mind you, just talking about praying) the book had nothing to do with God. It was a good book, with a compelling story and characters, I just wish it had either been Christian or secular, and not a wishy-washy in-between.
I received this book for free from the publisher through Book Look Bloggers in exchange for my honest review.