Skip to product information
1 of 3

Sins of Justice (Ebook)

Sins of Justice (Ebook)

Regular price $4.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $4.99 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.
  • Purchase the E-Book
  • Receive the download link via email from Bookfunnel
  • Send to your preferred device


I’ll stop at nothing until I learn his biggest secret, one I know will destroy his life…

Yet I’m unprepared for Ryland Brooks.

The heat in his eyes…his commands…his sizzling touch… It’s too much to ignore.

But I have to.

He’s part of my investigation and my vendetta isn’t only because of my job.

It’s personal.

So I won't let my feelings deter me.

But Ryland’s a magnet drawing me toward him, causing deep cravings that won’t disappear, only growing hotter the more I resist them.

Once I cross the line, there’s no going back even though he’s hiding something from me.

The more I dig, the more it’s clear everything I thought I knew about myself might be wrong.

And Ryland isn’t making anything easy for me.

Sins of Justice-Prologue


One aim. One pull of the trigger. One bullet. That’s all it took to end a man’s life. My reaction was quick, merciless, and final. I don’t even know the name of that man. All I see now is his face, frozen in death. His body lies in a pool of his own blood.

For ten years, I owned a gun. Every week I went to the shooting range and practiced. My aim became so good that I could hit the bullseye every time. 

You think you know who you are. That if the time comes to take action, you’ll take it, and if it’s justified, there won’t be any guilt. But I was wrong. Dead wrong.

My family’s protection drove me to buy a gun, learn how to shoot it, and finally use it. When I aimed, I aimed to kill. I did it to save my brother. I would do it again to save Beckett or anyone in my family, but the repercussions of knowing I’m a murderer are harsher than I can bear. 

And I’ll never know his name. We blew all the evidence up. Any scrap that could have been in the explosion is certainly at the bottom of the sea, lost forever, buried in the sand. 

After the explosion, I don’t remember the rest of the boat ride back to the island. I woke up at Hudson’s and vaguely remember him telling me that he gave me a melatonin to sleep. 

“Ryland?” Beckett’s voice tears me out of my thoughts. 


“Agents Lòpez and Drake are here.”

Who is Drake? Where is Daniels?

“Drake?” I turn and see an angel in front of me. Fiery red hair that brushes her shoulders, green eyes with flecks of light, and luscious, heavenly lips. 

She holds her hand out. “Agent Drake.”

Agent Drake. Nothing is registering. 

She’s dressed way fancier than what you usually see on the island and definitely on my jobsites. The navy dress hugs her curves, and my eyes drift to her pert breasts, curvy waist, and perfect legs.

Even her kneecaps are sexy. 

Agent Drake. Oh shit. Pull it together, Ryland

I lock eyes with hers and shake the hand that she’s offering me. 

“Ryland.” Javier sticks his hand out, and I slowly release hers, breaking eye contact with her.

“What are you doing here?” I ask.

Javier peers closer. “The storm yesterday interfered with our cell phone service. I didn’t get your message until this morning. Is everything all right?”

“Is everything all right?” I don’t know. Is it? Will it ever be?

Hudson steps closer to Agent Lòpez. “You shouldn’t be here. We had a deal with Daniels.”

Javier nods. “Yes. Of course. It’s just that Ryland sounded desperate to speak with us yesterday. He didn’t answer his phone when I called several times this morning.”

Desperate to speak with them. 

I gaze at Beckett as if he can somehow make sense of all this. 

Yesterday. Everything happened yesterday.

“Can we talk privately? This really isn’t a good place,” Hudson says to the agents in a low voice. 

Yesterday, when I made that phone call, I wasn’t a murderer. I clench my jaw and blink hard, trying not to cry. 

Agent Drake is holding something out to me. “Here’s my information.” I reach for it and lock eyes with her.

Do you know I’m a murderer?

God, I have to get out of here. 

I turn and walk away, not able to be near anyone so beautiful and angelic when I’m a cold-blooded killer.

If you didn’t do it, Beckett would be dead. 

How can you feel guilty for saving your brother? Beckett didn’t deserve to die. 

But you murdered a man. You still should pay for your sin.

The turquoise water laps at the shore. It’s a place I’ve always loved, something that has always been able to calm me down whenever I felt angry or sad about Beckett being in prison or anything else in life. 

Now it’s tainted. It may have been miles away from here in international waters, but I’ve spilled blood in it. 

I will myself not to cry. 

Beckett is alive. That’s the only thing that matters. I would do it again if I had to.

So why does it have to feel so wrong?

What kind of a man feels guilty about saving his brother and killing a gang member?

I’m torn away from my thoughts when Beckett puts his arm around my shoulder. “Let’s go.”


“Lunch at my house. Mia’s making sandwiches.”

“I’m not hungry.”

“Too bad. You need to eat. Let’s go.”

I sigh. 

We walk to my truck, and Beckett points to the passenger side. “Get in. I’m driving.”

I jump in, and Hudson comes out of nowhere and hops in the back.

“I should drive my own truck,” I grumble. 

Beckett arches an eyebrow. “You need to get your shit together before you get your keys back.”

I ignore his comment and stare out the window.

It isn’t far to Beckett and Mia’s. When we get there, Mia has a platter of sandwiches. Several glasses of cold water are on the table. 

She hugs me tightly. “Are you doing okay?”

Find out what happens next in Sins of Justice

Read Sins of Justice if you love:

  • Family Saga
  • Forbidden Love

★★★★★ "Ryland and Chloe will draw you into a world that you will always want to orbit. There aren’t enough stars in the heavens to rate their story!"-Reviewer

★★★★★ "Maggie Cole keeps surprising us with her tantilating words and weaving us stories that will suck you in until the end. I can’t wait for the next book in this series."-Reviewer


We proudly partner with BookFunnel to safely deliver your Ebook purchases and to assist with any technical issues you may encounter. 

Upon purchase, you will immediately receive an email at the email address you used for your purchase providing a download link to your Ebook from BookFunnel. If you don't see the email, please check your spam or junk folder.

Each ebook you purchased will have a separate link in the email. Click your book link, then, on the BookFunnel page, you can simply click the command to start reading using your browser or click the Get My Ebook button and follow the instructions to download the Ebook to your Kindle, iPhone, Android, Nook or Kobo device.

Note: your purchased Ebook(s) may be downloaded within 14 days of purchase. Your purchased Ebooks will remain available to you to read in your BookFunnel library on the free BookFunnel app.

If you have any issues reading or downloading your purchased Ebook, there is a Need Help? link at the top right corner of the book download page.

Didn't get an email from BookFunnel? Visit

View full details