Justice

Justice Review

Jake thought he was meant to marry Brooklyn, but now she's pregnant, and he had nothing to do with it. Brooklyn can’t bring herself to name the father as she wrestles with questions about what her pregnancy means and how it will affect her relationship with Jake. If Harold Keen, the man who owns the bookstore across from Jake's coffee shop, has anything to do with it, the baby will ruin them both.

Title:Justice
Edition Language:English

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Jerusha Agen

    Powerful debut novel from an author to watch! Emily Conrad is a rare gem of a writer. In JUSTICE, she's able to craft a story that is at once entertaining, heartwarming, and romantic, but also offers ...

  • Kerry Johnson

    Emily Conrad's debut, Justice, is an emotionally rich, page-turning look into a young couple's lives as they deal with a traumatic incident and their budding relationship. The story beautifully paints...

  • Jessica Baker (A Baker's Perspective)

    Emily Conrad has made a statement with her debut novel (or at least I'm making one for her!). Look out world, I am not afraid to write about topics that some people gasp over. Yes, there are some diff...

  • Fiction Aficionado

    Emily Conrad has chosen an emotionally charged premise for her debut novel, and it’s one that cannot help but engage the reader—all the more so for the way in which she handles it. Pregnancy is li...

  • Christina Hubbard

    Forgiveness and rape are not easy subjects to write about convincingly, but Emily has done it. The strengths of this book are the dialogue and the characters. I love the coffee shop setting and the sm...

  • Angie Arndt

    Emily Conrad's debut novel, set in a coffee shop, is truly a wake-up call full of in-your-face what-if's. It's easy to be a Christian when everyone around you follows the same small town norms. But wh...

  • Nyla

    Author Emily Conrad has penned a page turning, stay up late to read it, wonder Christian novel. "Justice" was the first I have read by this author and I devoured the 220 page book in one day. I obviou...

  • Clare Revell

    Amazing. Once I started reading I was hard pressed to put it down. Jake and Brooklyn are amazing characters who live on after the last page is turned. Not to be missed. ...

  • Amanda

    Youth pastor/coffee shop owner Jake has a few lessons to learn about vengeance and trusting God's plan when his BFF/forever crush, Brooklyn, turns up unexpectedly expecting. We went on quite the rolle...

  • Lisa

    At the core, this story’s title is the one-word bare truth of each character’s reality. Revenge, payback, responsibility, love, forgiveness, and loss all expose the depth of faith and steer the co...