• book

From the Publisher


Judge Jessica Kirkland and Detective Doug McGuire clashed every chance they got, from the courtroom to the evening news, but ultimately they were after the same things—justice and each other. But they had every reason to ignore the passion singeing the air between them, tempting them to cross the line and risk it all….

Until someone started taking the law into his own hands, meting out punishment in the form of murder. Now the lady judge and the rugged detective had two new assignments: Stop the vigilante killer before it was too late…and keep from imprisoning each other's hearts.

Published: Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426882760
List price: $3.99
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for The Law and Lady Justice
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

1 min read

Vanessa Marcotte: Police Arrest Angelo Colon-Ortiz, 31, In Google Employee's Killing

Eight months after police found Vanessa Marcotte's body, naked and burned near her mother's Princeton, Massachusetts, home, they have identified her killer.  "We got him," Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early, Jr. said at a press conference, CNN reported. Angelo Colon-Ortiz, 31, was arrested Friday and charged with aggravated assault and battery and assault with intent to rape.  According to CNN, Early expects Colon-Ortiz will also receive a murder charge. Marcotte, a Google account manager, disappeared on Aug. 7. The 27-year-old was visiting her mother and went out for a run in the
New York Magazine
2 min read

Winning the Pardon Lottery

“I WAS INDICTED for conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine. I was a first-time drug offender—no guns or gangs. Not that that made it right or anything, but I was thinking, Not even real drug dealers get life sentences, there’s no way I’m going to get that much time. I got life without parole. When I tell you that I put my petition for clemency to the president together like my life depended on it, I did. I knew there were tens of thousands of petitions filed, so I said, How can I make mine stand out? I put a hardback cover on it. I put it in binders, I put tabs. I put a personal letter to the
Mother Jones
1 min read

From The Editors

We have made a few corrections and clarifications to the online version of our July/August story “My Prison Experiment.” We misidentified the impetus for and findings of an FBI investigation into the management of the Idaho Correctional Center (ICC) by Corrections Corporation of America (CCA); the relevant sentence has been corrected in the online version. We also clarified a passage about a memorandum that pointed to a high level of violence at ICC in August 2008, noting that a later analysis found that over the first eight months of 2008, violence there was not disproportionate compared with