About the Book
As a police officer in Table Rock, Oregon, Leah Radcliff puts her life on the line to help others every day. But at home, Leah’s battling her own personal nightmare: Brad, her abusive husband, a fellow officer, celebrated hero, and beloved son of a powerful prominent family. Brad’s violent outbursts and suspicious activities have left Leah physically and emotionally scarred, until one desperate action to put a stop to his abuse results in deadly consequences.
In My Opinion
Janice Cantore’s experience as a law enforcement officer shows in all her books, including her newest release. Breach of Honor also shows some of the more emotional side of the job.
Leah is an interesting character, sworn to protect her community but also hiding a secret in her marriage to another police officer. Things quickly come to a head, and we follow Leah through her journey while also taking a rollercoaster ride of danger and intrigue with Clint Tanner who is insistent on proving Leah’s testimony.
The best thing about this book is Leah’s heart change—both spiritually and where it concerns her job. And of course, there is all that action and suspense. With the underlying theme of domestic abuse, Cantore also gives resources and suggestions on what to do if it’s happening to you.
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