Review: News With Curves by Iris Bolling

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When investigative reporter, Rachel Fontaine stumbles into a story involving judges, our so called pillars of society, she has no idea it would lead to the discovery of modern day slavery or murder. Raised with the in-depth sense of justice, and the desire to expose the wrongs of the world, Rachel sets out to find the truth behind the incarceration of young men of color.
Wade Tyson, of the Tyson Communication family, has no idea what he is walking into when he takes over as News Producer for Tyson Broadcasting. From his first encounter with the mouthy, opinionated, Rachel Fontaine, his life will be forever changed. Armed with no boundaries in seeking the truth, he listens to her theory of un-explainable sentencing practices of certain judges and finds himself the victim of an attempted murder.
Pushing aside the sexual tension, his crazy brothers, and her ever questioning father, Wade and Rachel dig deeper into her theory, eventually uncovering a conspiracy that neither realize how wide or far up the political power chain it lives.
The P.I.E. infiltration begins……

What do you do when you find out that you are not only getting a new boss but you also stumble across a huge news story that can catapult your career? In the case of Rachel Fontaine, she’s not taking any no’s for answers. A feisty investigative reporter who can handle anything that is thrown at her, even covering up her coworker’s mess, Rachel is on a quest to get some real answers no matter who gets caught in the hot seat.

In walks her news boss Wade Tyson, who has no idea what chaos he is walking into. From his very first encounter with Rachel, things are hot, steaming and just outright suspenseful. He has no idea that his life will never be the same.

Rachel and Wade give you no choice but to keep following their story. Every page turn gives you a new clue on their journey. Themes of love and suspense with Iris Bolling are always bound to be a page-turner. This is one of those books where you have to read it in one sitting, because if you stop you are rushing to get back to it just to see what happens next.

Be sure to check out this book and other Iris Bolling projects on her website.

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