In Plain Sight by: Sylvie Fox

In Plain SightIn Plain Sight by Sylvie Fox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When reality stops living up to your ideals.

Casey Cort is now working the big cases. Coming from the juvenile court, she is now ready big time. Excited to make a difference. But when her first client comes in looking the part of a man misunderstood, she soon discovers she has been played. Her reality becomes more complicated when she begins to fall hard for Miles and then begins the conflict of interest.

The narration is told by a handful of players. Casey as she stumbles thru her case, her past, and Miles. The Perp who has managed the biggest prostitution ring in Cleveland. How he operates and victimizes young girls to make money for his sick mother. Stephanie a 14 year old with attitude and sass. Her living arrangements gives her no choice and when she thinks she has found true love she learns quick the big lie.

The dialogue pulls you along but it is hard core especially in regards to Stephanie. The reality of the human trafficking is not pretty and its not nice. Fox has a way of putting the hard things into perspective. It is shocking. It is informing!

A Special Thank You to Penner Publishing and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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