Very good story about how the pharmaceutical companies get FDA approval for their drugs and how money and greed could skew results to get that approval. I didn't care for the hero/heroine that much because I just didn't feel any spark between them. There were so many details about secondary characters that sometimes the plot was too hard to follow.
A ongoing segment of the Creed and Blackthrone Families, this is the story of lawyer, Luke Creed who sacrificed his marriage for his career and Amy an advocate on the wrong side of the most major case of his career.
Complex characters and story lines are prevalent in this book. You have high school sweethearts, both have been married and divorced to others. Both are lawyers involved in a complicated case. Luke and Amy are now both investigating the drug company who is distributing a pill for diabetics which have produced several deaths. Luke's firm is on the side of the drug company and Amy is representing the injured party. Very interesting story, with a few twists.
Luke Creed has sacraficed everything for his career at the prestigious law firm. Defending a major client in a wrongful death case, Luke crosses paths with his high school sweetheart. Luke uncovers a dangerous web of corruption that may place his life in danger, and target the only woman Luke has loved.
Luke Creed has sacrificed everything for his career at the prestigious law firm , DeWitt & Blackthorne: a chance to run his family's ranching empire, his marraige, even time with his two daughters. Defending a major client in a wrongful death case, Luke crosses paths with his high-school sweeteheart, Amy Hazeltine Nash, an advocate for the bereaved plaintiff. Now Luke and Amy are divided by forces beyond themselves-and overcome by an all-consuming desire. But when the case takes a deadly twist. Luke delves into a dangerous web of corruption that may place his life in jeopardy-and may also target the one woman who loves Luke for who he really is: rebel, cowboy loner and lover