Susan Stoker
Justice for Corrie
April 11, 2019 Comments.. 377
Justice for Corrie Blind since birth Corrie Madison relies on her other sharpened senses in her job as a chiropractor Never did she imagine she d have to depend on them to identify a killer But when a man enters her pr

  • Title: Justice for Corrie
  • Author: Susan Stoker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Blind since birth, Corrie Madison relies on her other sharpened senses in her job as a chiropractor Never did she imagine she d have to depend on them to identify a killer But when a man enters her practice, murdering everyone in his path, Corrie is the only witness putting her directly in the killer s crosshairs Officer Quint Axton wasn t looking for love, or even a reBlind since birth, Corrie Madison relies on her other sharpened senses in her job as a chiropractor Never did she imagine she d have to depend on them to identify a killer But when a man enters her practice, murdering everyone in his path, Corrie is the only witness putting her directly in the killer s crosshairs Officer Quint Axton wasn t looking for love, or even a relationship, until he meets Corrie Beautiful and brave, resilient and intelligent, she s everything Quint wants if he can keep her alive long enough to explore their mutual attraction The threats on Corrie s life are escalating Surely a blind person is helpless against a ruthless killer Hardly Corrie is about to prove that disabled does not equal defenseless Justice for Corrie is the 3rd book in the Badge of Honor Texas Heroes Series Each book is a stand alone, with no cliffhanger endings.

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    1 Blog on “Justice for Corrie

    1. Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures) says:

      Justice for Corrie was a satisfying read. It gives us a women who is blind, but has witnessed a murder. Color me intrigued just from the blurb and this idea of a blind character. I’ve showcased Ms. Stoker on my blog and each time I tell myself I’m going to try one of her books. For those that know me CR is not my genre of choice, but I do like to give them a try now and then. Justice for Corrie was one I really wanted to try; because of our heroine Corrie who has been blind since birth. I wa [...]

    2. CC says:

      I liked the heroine. She was pretty kickass. I also liked the hero. Seemed too good to be true though.Aside from some bad guy drama, this was a super sweet read. No relationship drama. Kind of low heat. Or maybe I just was not feeling it.Another super easy read from this author.

    3. Coco.V says:

      💝 FREE on today (12/19/2017)! 💝

    4. ♡Tonya♡ says:

      *currently doing an audio reread on my drive to and from work. I love this author and this story but I'm struggling with the narrator. She is putting me to sleep. Susan Stoker is an autobuy for me! I loved the seal series and the Badge of Honor series is proving to be a favorite as well. Susan writes a wonderful interesting story that includes that hot alpha who is protective and loving. It's never drama with om/ow, its always that hot guy sweeping in and saving his girl. There isn't a lot of st [...]

    5. Karsyn says:

      Really really good one. Loved Corrie, she was awesome! Good story and characters.

    6. Megan Fall says:

      Another great read from this author. I loved Corrie and how strong and independent she was, even though she was blind. It was great to get to see several characters from her other books as well. Lots of alpha male, which I love as well!!! Can't wait for the next one!

    7. Julie says:

      I was impressed with Corrie as a self sufficient blind character. The regular routines and practical daily applications Stoker used showed thoughtful research in creating the character and gave a believable feel to the story. Top things off with a bit of suspense and romance and you’ll find a good read with this book!

    8. M M says:

      Great read. I loved it. Little long, but I didn't have to skim cause it was just that good.

    9. 1-Click Addict Support Group says:

      Powerful in its simplicity…Ever since I was a little girl and was intrigued with the story of Helen Keller, I wondered how people survived and thrived when they were blind. Life is hard, incredibly so, when you have all of your senses available to you. What happens when you don’t? What Susan Stoker has done here has blown away every myth that may have remained, and showed me exactly how a person who is blind is simply a regular person who just happens to not see…Corrie Madison is a chiropr [...]

    10. Sandie Grise says:

      I received this ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.I just finished reading a book that gave me such an adrenaline rush! Trust me, you're going to want to read this book! Make that more like - you're going to want to read the series! After that you're going to seek out everything that author Susan Stoker has written!Ms. Stoker didn't hold back by any means when she created our heroine Corrie Madison. She's snarky, sarcastic and totally self reliant, did I mention that she's also [...]

    11. Emma says:

      A bit gushy in places for me and lots of self pats of the back for being a decent human being.

    12. Wendy Hodges says:

      Susan Stoker has done a fantastic job with this story, Corrie being blind must have made writing it a lot harder having to think more about descriptions and details. Research and help with this would have been very important, not just to get it right for herself and the character but so it was very clear for us the readers. I found it very informative on how a blind person can cope and be self sufficient, only needing help in a few areas, but also how the world is changing and more people with h [...]

    13. vickie Chaisson says:

      Wow least 10 stars!!!Justice for Corrie is a kick ass, bad ass book just like she is. I can't even begin to describe how amazing this book is. Quint and Corrie are the most well rounded couple I've read in a long time. I could not put this book down. It is the quintessential Susan Stoker book. Bad ass alpha men with hearts of gold and the strong independent kick ass women they love. This book will hold your interest and enthrall you to the very end. I appreciated the depth of character given to [...]

    14. Joan says:

      I couldn't get beyond the blind woman in a diner 'bumping into' a waiter even though she was being guided by someone and then telling someone she has never met before, who SAYS he is a cop, that she witnessed a murder and is in danger. And why the hell meet your lawyer somewhere public like that??The writing was clunky, with major major info-dumps about her childhood and university and her blindness etc and the word 'adjusting' seeming to crop up every time her job was mentioned. Could the autho [...]

    15. Michelle says:

      Story starts slow, but hang in there very good plot and characters about a blind young womanWho is a professional chiropractor (who would imagine that, although I am paralyzed on the right sideand have done gas station work plus filling up propane bottles one handed. So anything is possible).And while she's at work a gunman walks in and starts shooting.She hides and there the story beginsI loved this story.is is just the bare basicsI don't want to give the story away.

    16. Marja says:

      I needed a book for a task called 'A book with a cover you hate' in BookRiot's 2018 Read Harder Challenge. When I saw this, I knew I had found my book. I'm not a fan of a naked male torso in a book cover and in my opinion this book has exceptionally tacky cover. Luckily this was free at the time. The awful, awful cover aside, the book itself sounded interesting enough and I wanted to read about a blind heroine. I don't stumble upon on them very often.Unfortunately, the somewhat promising story v [...]

    17. Melenia says:

      Great book!

    18. Melissa Mendoza says:

      Title:Justice for CorrieAuthor: Susan StokerSeries: Badge of Honor: Texas Heroes #3Publisher: Stoker Aces Production LLCRelease Date: March 8th, 2016Genre(s): RomancePage Count: 186Heat Level:3 flames out of 5Rating:4 stars out of 5Blurb:Blind since birth, Corrie Madison relies on her other sharpened senses in her job as a chiropractor. Never did she imagine she’d have to depend on them to identify a killer. But when a man enters her practice, murdering everyone in his path, Corrie is the only [...]

    19. Shatire says:

      EhI loved the idea, but the execution fell flat. At times, I found the book wordy/ overly descriptive. I liked the characters, but Quint and Corrie's relationship bothered me. He treated really well, but when it came to learning about how she lived an independent life as a blind woman, he got weird. The novelty of it all, made him treat like a new toy or something. I haven't read any of the previous books, but I might give them a chance.

    20. Melyssa Winchester says:

      Title: Justice for CorrieAuthor: Susan StokerGenre: Contemporary Romance, SuspenseSeries or Standalone: Standalone Series (Badge of Honor: Texas Heroes #3)Rating: ★★★★★ReviewThis is my first read from this author, but after the spell this story put on me, I can say with certainty that it will not be my last. Justice for Corrie reminded me of what I loved so much about romance when I first started reading it. The anticipation of the main characters first meeting, the slow burn and build [...]

    21. Elizabeth Neal says:

      First, I want to preface my review by saying that I love every book from this author, but this book has a special place in my heart because of the heroine, Corrie. Corrie has been blind since birth and the way Susan wrote her character, as a strong, independent, fully functioning woman who has embraced life is beautiful. The reason this really speaks to me is because my Grandma was blind in one since her birth and I didn't know it until I was a teenager. That boggles my mind. Also, my husband, w [...]

    22. Donna Dunlap was mcewan says:

      I was given an ARC of this book and in return I will give a fair and non bias review.Let me start by saying that "I have never had a bad book by Susan", to me her attention to detail and her ability to pull you into a story is unsurpassed by any other author that is on my permanent reading list. The background and understanding that Susan does to bring her books to life is amazing, you can feel the love that she puts into her books.Now back to Corrie, to me there is nothing better that finding a [...]

    23. Jennifer says:

      I received an ARC in return for an honest review.Susan Stoker has done it again! This book was gripping, sweet, sassy, and touched on real-life topics of interest. Justice For Corrie is the third book in the series, but can be read as a stand alone. There are characters in this book that were in the previous books, so you may want to read them first, but it's not necessary.The story starts off with Corrie "witnessing" the murders of her co-workers. Little do the bad guys know, she's blind. Of co [...]

    24. Margie says:

      You've read lots of stories about hot and sexy heroes and sexy and beautiful heroines. How about a beautiful, smart, resourceful, extremely brave blind heroine? Corrie Madison has been blind since birth but has never let this handicap stop her from achieving any of her goals. Susan Stoker's descriptions of how Corrie interacts and "sees" in her world and lives life to the fullest with her blindness is amazing. Imagine being blind and dealing with death threats from brutal murderers and keeping y [...]

    25. Veronica says:

      I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.Corrie is the only witness to a mass shooting at her workplace. Blind, she is unable to give a physical description of the shooter. Her life is in danger when she starts receiving death threats from the killer. She meets San Antonio cop Quint he wants to protect her while he romances her.Corrie is a strong independent woman who doesn't let her disability hold her back. It was interesting seeing the world from her point of vi [...]

    26. Anne SomeWhereIntheMilkyway says:

      As with all Susan Stoker books, in my opinion, this book is phenomenal. One of the main thing that I love about Stoker as an author is her obvious attention to detail. That shows in Justice for Corrie in every way. The emotion and aspect behind what a non sighted person goes through were realistic and authentic. You can easily put yourself in Corrie's position. This book has its funny moments particular when you realize that Corrie is a very independent, snarky person. Quint is a man who knows w [...]

    27. Candace says:

      Justice for Corrieby Susan StokerReview by Candace Fox5 Candi Kisses (I would give 8 if possible)Genre`: Romance>Military>SuspenseNO SPOILERSBest Book of 2016 so far!!!This is NOT you typical Military Romantic Suspense read. This is a excellent book for all of the emotions and feelings it pulls out of you while reading. I was hooked from Page 1. Our Heroine Corrie is a blind Chiropractor, and when you read that you have to find out how. There are thousands of disabilities out there but our [...]

    28. Alphas Do It Better Book Blog says:

      Susan Stoker has done it again. She has created a couple that is fun, exciting, sexy and suspenseful. Our hero, Quint, is a member of the San Antonio Police Dept and meets our heroine by chance in a laid back setting. Corrie is one of the most amazing female characters I have ever read. She is blind, since birth, and I have to say Ms Stoker has created a realistic balance where the focus is not just on her inability to see, but at the same time it is something that is obvious throughout the book [...]

    29. Debbi Vice says:

      First, let me say that I was honored by being given an ARC for an honest review. I've read the SEAL of Protection series and live all the charactersTex being my favorite.I've read the first two Badge of Honor booksd honestly? I anxiously await each upcoming story because Ms Stoker never disapponts. I have no idea how she comes up with her ideas, but WOW does she deliver!!. Justice for Corrie grabs you from the first sentence and doesn't let go. I've always admired how blind people cope and deal [...]

    30. Shelly says:

      Corrie is blind chiropractor, but she is anything but dependent on others. She is an independent spitfire who relies on her other sense to do her job and live life, but she just witnessed a shooting in her office and all she can tell the police is what her senses told her about the shooter.Quint just happens to be in the right place and the right time to help Corrie out, even though the little spitfire is blind she still seems to amaze him and he can’t seem to want to stay away from her. The m [...]

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