Trusting Justice is a dystopian mystery. The Sions invaded Earth about 20 years ago, and the native humans have had a rough ride since then. Sasha keeps her head down and does the best she can, but her quiet life is about to come to an end when some jewellery disappears from the Reliquary where she works. A Sion with no Clan is there in his capacity as Liaison Officer, and these two quickly become enmeshed in the questions surrounding the jewellery.
The relationship between Dram and Sasha is slow building, but deeply satisfying because of that. There are many layers of intrigue with this story, which are only fully explained at the end.
I loved the differences between how the Sions live and how the humans do, but I would have preferred a bit more history about the Sions - Dram says they are humans who wandered. Why? How? Where? Why did they come back to Earth?
On the whole, this book is very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed to disrupt the reading flow. It is a wonderful mystery, and plenty of spicy moments to keep the romantic happy. Definitely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
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