True to the Law

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Berkley Publishing Group, May 7, 2013 - Fiction - 372 pages
21 Reviews
He was on the hunt for a runaway beauty Find her” is the only instruction that private detective Cobb Bridger receives from Richard Mackey. The scion of a wealthy Chicago family, Mackey is desperate to know the whereabouts of the woman who disappeared from his employ, taking with her something of great value. Intrigued as much by what Mackey won't say about the missing item as he is by Mackey's description of the missing woman, Cobb accepts the assignment. And the one true lie that could destroy them both Bitter Springs, Wyoming, has a new schoolteacher who may or may not be exactly what she seems. Upon making the acquaintance of Miss Tru Morrow, Cobb begins to question the guilt of this golden-haired lady—and the protective feelings she stirs in him. His investigation hinges on understanding where the truth lies. Can he believe in Tru? Or is she just another treacherous woman out to swindle this hardened detective's heart?

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Review: True to the Law (Bitter Springs #2)

User Review  - Shauni - Goodreads

Originally reviewed for Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy I have long been a fan of Jo Goodman. She has this unique style of writing that just draws a reader in. In a Jo Goodman novel you will ... Read full review

Review: True to the Law

User Review  - Lynsey A - Goodreads

Reading this book and other more recent works by Jo Goodman I've noticed a difference in tone in her writing. I can't say exactly what it is but it is different enough from her older books that I take ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Jo Goodman is a licensed professional counselor working with children and families in West Virginia's northern panhandle. Always a fan of happily ever after, Jo turned to writing romances early in her career as a child care worker when she realized the only life script she could control was the one she wrote herself. She is inspired by the resiliency and courage of the children she meets and feels privileged to be trusted with their stories, the ones that they alone have the right to tell. Once upon a time, Jo believed she was going to be a marine biologist. She feels lucky that seasickness made her change course.

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