Urban Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel Book 2) by India Kells – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Urban Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel #2)Urban Justice by India Kells
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I found this novel to be an enjoyable and engaging read and the storyline and plot had me hooked from start to finish. The story is full of drama, action, suspense, violence and romance which made this a real fast paced, action packed page turner. Although book two in the ‘A Chicago Vigilantes Novel’ series it can be read as a standalone story, however I enjoyed the exciting first book in the series. In ‘Urban Justice’, Chicago is being dragged even deeper into darkness and the fearless ex cop Sloane Friday works with a few other select men to help guard her new home, as the Vigilante. When the deadly drug Phantom continues to spread claiming innocence life’s each night Sloane asks former Marine Professor Luke Radcliffe for help. Luke thought he had left behind the world of violence but as he is dragged back into the underground world of the criminals he discovers and admires the unique team of Vigilantes who are fighting in the shadows. As Luke and Sloane come together to save the people of Chicago they put their own lives in danger. The more time they spend together the more difficult they find it to deny their attraction to one another. As love blossoms between them in the darkness and violence that surrounds them the couple wonder if they can ever have a future together. The chemistry between Sloane and Luke literally sizzled off the page and the author really made the main characters come alive. Due to the descriptive narrative the setting was also bought to life and I felt fully immersed in the underground world of the Vigilantes. This was an exciting read and I look forward to future books in this series.

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