Two For Justice

Rated 4.63/5 based on 8 reviews
Newlyweds Leah and Sebastian Reyes were broke and living with parents when a random encounter led them to pursue a career as private investigators. Thanks to a prominent judge business is good. Everything is derailed when a horrific discovery leads them to find out the truth about who is hiring them and why. Pushed to the limit they fight to find the truth, bring justice to light and stay alive.
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About K.J. Rivera

K.J. Rivera is the author of Two For Justice and Two For Rain. Her husband inspired her to start writing and came up with the concept for the The Leah & Sebastian Reyes series. She lives in Arizona. You can reach her at

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shario1 reviewed on Jan. 4, 2015

Great book. Entertaining read. A little over the top with the "I love you's", bit still enjoyed it.
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Susan reviewed on June 14, 2014

Entertaining and well worth the read.
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gail davis reviewed on Feb. 7, 2014

Absolutely loved these characters! Keeps you interested all the way!! Hopefully a sequel is in the works, it would be a pity not to have another peek into their exciting and interesting lives!!
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Lionrhod reviewed on Nov. 26, 2013

Excellent read! Starts off with Leah dressing her hubby in drag to chase down a deadbeat customer and from there it's a roller coaster of humor and scary thrills. Good dialogue and writing and a great plot. Unlike aussiematt I didn't have problems with the eating out and beach-going. After all, the characters need to have some down-time to breathe and think.
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ade reviewed on Sep. 11, 2013

good read I found it thoroughly entertaining in fact read it straight through in one sitting.
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Matt Eliason reviewed on Aug. 14, 2013

Definitely Chic lit....maybe even teen lit. I guess that is why I found all the padding rather frustrating (not being female or a chic!) The story goes off-track for pages at a time going into activities (meals, days at the beach etc) that have nothing to do with the story.

However, overall the concept and general development are quite good.
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D R Cook reviewed on June 20, 2013

A great book. I can't wait for her next one. Realistic dialogue.
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holly swihart reviewed on June 19, 2013

Absolutely riveting. Intense at times and always unexpected twists and turns in the plot. KJ Rivera has a great sense of humour and doesn't fill the story with gratuitous fluff and imagery. Would love to read more of this writer!
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