Breach of Trust by Rachel Dylan- A Book Review

About the Book:

  • Series: Atlanta Justice (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (February 5, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0764219820
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764219825

Corporate litigator Mia Shaw suffers the shock of her life when she finds her colleague and friend brutally murdered. Grief-stricken and furious, Mia vows that she will do anything to seek justice and make the killer pay.

The man accused of the murder is a friend of security tech guru Noah Ramirez, but the evidence just doesn’t add up. To save his former ATF partner, Noah needs to convince Mia that the real killer is still on the loose.

Mia soon has more than the criminal prosecution to worry about, however. She is tasked with taking over her friend’s last case and learns he was hiding secrets about his client. She thinks she may have stumbled upon corporate espionage that has turned deadly, but she has no idea of the danger involved. Her only ally is Noah, despite their difference of opinion on the homicide case. Can he win Mia over to his side and protect her from ever-growing threats?

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My Thoughts:

I enjoyed this book and I’m looking forward to going back and reading the first two in this trilogy. I wish there was going to be a fourth book. I’d love to see something happen between Anna and Ty. This book works as a stand-alone. It gives just enough info about the previous books so that you’re not completely lost, but it still ties up the end of the series.

This book is great for those wanting to dip their toes in the romantic suspense genre but aren’t sure how much they could handle. Nothing is overtly gory or frightening. The story is very mild as far as the suspense element goes.

For some, this could mean that the book is too tame–if you love thrills and heart-stopping danger, you won’t find it here. At first, I thought the storyline was predictable, but in the second half, it threw in some plot twist I didn’t see coming.

I felt that the romance unfolded organically, it was true to their personalities and backgrounds. I loved the spiritual message as well as Mia’s struggles as a new Christian. The story was well written and entertaining. I enjoyed the in depth look at the legal process. I learned so many new things that I didn’t know before. ​

My favorite quote from the book sums up the theme of this book:

“Faith isn’t a magic pill. It’s important to understand that. Not to expect the pain just to stop because you’ve let God into your life.” Sophie paused. “But it does allow you to cope with the pain in a different way. There is a peace that God provides that you can’t get from anywhere else—even in the darkest of days.”

About the Author:

Rachel Dylan is an award-winning and bestselling author of legal thrillers and romantic suspense. Rachel has practiced law for over a decade including being a litigator at one of the nation’s top law firms. She enjoys weaving together legal and suspenseful stories. Rachel writes the Atlanta Justice Series which features strong, female attorneys in Atlanta. Deadly Proof, the first book in the Atlanta Justice series, is a CBA bestseller, an FHL Reader’s Choice Award winner, a Daphne du Maurier Finalist, and a Holt Medallion Finalist. Rachel lives in Michigan with her husband and five furkids–two dogs and three cats. Rachel loves to connect with readers. You can find Rachel at

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