Imperfect Justice by Cara Putman was a refreshing and well-paced legal thriller with a realistic plot and likable characters.

 

This novel begins with a prologue that gives us a behind the scenes view of the control and manipulation many women in abusive relationships experience.

 

 

The main character, Emilie Wesley, is waiting for her client, Kaylene, to arrive at court to get a protective order against her husband that would allow her and her daughters to finally break free from his abuse and control. The suspense starts to build from that point and the story gripped me until I completed this very intriguing tale that is often played out every day in some woman’s life somewhere.

 

Cara Putman has written an entertaining novel that addresses a dark and tragic topic with such hope, faith and compassion. It creates a voice and sense of purpose for those advocating and supporting nonprofit organizations that many of these victims in this story had to rely upon in order to obtain freedom from harm.

 

If you, like myself, have been reading books that heavily relate to your business or spiritual growth and development; and are looking for a great book to lose yourself in for a few hours, I highly recommend Imperfect Justice. I truly enjoyed this book and plan to search out other novels written by Cara Putman.

 

Thank you, Ms. Cara Putman for creating a place in the pages of your book to relax and kickback, as well as learn about the complex legal dynamics confronting many women today.

 

If you would like to learn more, you can check the book out on Amazon.

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