The Prosecutors: A three-book boxed set (Courthouse Connections 3) by Ann Jacobs
The Prosecutors, attorneys charged with seeing to it that all those accused of crimes are are found guilty and punished by proving their guilt beyond reasonable doubt . . .
Senior assistant state attorney Sandra Giancone goes up against Tampa’s best defenders, seeking justice for the people. Known for her unflappable manner and dedication to her career, Sandra surprises her friend Rocky Delgado when she unwittingly reveals a submissive side of her personality that matches perfectly with the big chief of detectives’ tendency toward sexual dominance. Friends . . . lovers . . . can they find the sort of lifetime commitment neither of them had anticipated? Rocky must show Sandra that submission doesn’t mean relinquishing her independence, and that their LOVE GAMES can grow stronger as time goes on. (This is a brand-new story about characters whose very different story was told in Mastered, originally released in an Ellora’s Cave anthology.
Assistant State Attorney Craig McDermott has big ambitions that he has set aside personal concerns until he achieves his goals—including experimentation with members of the opposite sex. Casey Thompson, his personal trainer, wants one thing—to shed her troublesome “good-girl” image and get it on with the hot young attorney. When the two set sights on each other, a sometimes poignant, often humorous story results in GETTIN’ IT ON.
Senior assistant state attorney, Marcy Kramer, gave up on love following the bitter breakup of her marriage to high school love, fertility specialist Sam Kramer, choosing instead to find pleasure in one-night stands. A wedding of a mutual friend from their happier days brings Marcy and Sam together on a barrier island during the EYE OF THE STORM, where they face possible death and realize what they had together isn’t dead after all. They must revisit old hurts, listen to what they couldn’t say at the time, and decide whether the remnants of their deep, committed love can breach the chasm that has kept them alone and lonely.