Bayou Judgment picks up about a year after Bayou Corruption. All the main characters are in this book except the story centers around Felicia Trahan (Luc's sister) and Spencer Bertrand. Felicia works at a crisis center with Pastor Bertrand. When Jolie (a friend and co-worker of Felicia) is found murdered they begin looking for killer. Spencer is trying very hard to keep his past hidden. He know from past experience that people are not really very forgiving. Now his carefully planned life is about to fall apart. Felicia has begun to have feelings toward the good Pastor but how will she feel when she finds out what he's done?
The story definitely keeps you engaged from cover to cover. There were several parts where I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. You put together the clues along with Felicia to find who killed her friend. The romantic tension between Felicia and Spencer was done very well. You feel the strong pull toward each other but both are afraid to voice their feelings. Felicia is a great heroin. She is strong and spunky yet very sensitive, warm and caring. Spencer was a great tortured hero. He was full of strength and passion.
This was another great addition to the Bayou series. I recommend you read the books in order to follow the big story. Bayou Justice, Bayou Corruption then Bayou Judgment. Great job Robin!
Suspense and Amish
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