Book 1 in the Monroe T. Lovett Series

Monroe and Debbie Lovett have moved to Peregrine, Mississippi where he has opened an office as a criminal defense attorney. There’s only one problem; no one seems to know who Monroe Lovett is, and to make matters worse, he hasn’t had a single client. His sole hope is that just one person will hire him.
That hope is answered when in walks Ashley Butler. Monroe is so glad to see her, happy to have a someone in need of his service that he jumps at the opportunity to represent her. Little does he realize, Ashley’s case will pit him against forces wanting his client convicted. Her case will open the closest to the Butler family’s secrets.

Ashley Butler’s problems started when adultery and accusations led to a single rash act that ended in murder. In a matter of seconds, an argument climaxed with Julie, Marcus Butler Jr.'s mistress, dead.

The Lane County Sheriff’s Department receives a tip of hearing what sounded like gunshots coming from inside the Butler home. Minutes later, deputies arrived to find Julie's body lying on the bedroom floor. The ill-tempered Detective Carson investigates the crime scene and upon leaving gets a tip that Ashley is the killer. The detective attains an arrest warrant and puts out an all-points bulletin for the arrest of Ashley Butler.

Ashley hears from a friend that deputies are looking for her. Knowing her husband’s family, she seeks the help of the only person she believes she can trust, Lane County's newest defense attorney, Monroe T. Lovett. Knowing that her husband’s father, Marcus Sr., holds power over most of Lane County, she's not even sure Monroe can help her. But he's her only hope.

Speaking with Monroe in his office, Ashley explains that she is about to be arrested for murdering her husband's girlfriend. After she tells him of her predicament, and with only a few details, Monroe, in desperate need of a client, agrees to take her case. Soon, he learns Ashley isn't just any client, and he will have to fight to save her life.

To make matters worse, Monroe will face Lane County’s District Attorney Robert Breaux. Breaux. Monroe will discover that Robert Breaux is a self-serving, egotistical district attorney, who is interested in one thing—winning. Justice is not Breaux's goal. Convictions translate into votes and those votes to lead to him gaining more political clout.

Monroe soon finds himself in over his head. A godsend in the person of Herman (Herm) Edwards, a retired New Orleans detective and a native of Peregrine offers to help Monroe. Monroe is skeptical, knowing that Edwards is from the area. In need of help, Monroe, with the urging of his wife, Debbie, decides to hire Herm. But he still unsure of Herm’s allegiances. Trust issues arise between them as suspicions of a possible corrupt sheriff's department is trying to impede Ashley’s case.

As Monroe’s case begins to unravel, Monroe is forced to seek a different approach to prove Ashley's innocence. This new tactic lands him right in the middle of the Butler family secret, a secret that even Ashley does not know about. No one in Lane County knows the truth the Butlers have been hiding for years, and Monroe is ready to rip the door off the closet. To stop him, Marcus Butler Sr., the family patriarch, will do whatever he must to keep the closet locked.

Book 2 in the Monroe T. Lovett Series

In this second big case for Defense Attorney Monroe T. Lovett, not everything is what it seems on the surface. Lies and conspiracy fueled by a radical social zealot, a media looking for anything to fuel the fire and help convict the defendant, and hate groups marching and chanting in the streets make things almost impossible for Monroe to find the truth. Even those closest to him question the innocence of his client, Ricky Magee.

Monroe will have to weave through racial tension mixed with murder and cover up all in the small Southern town as he defends his client, Ricky Magee, found at the crime scene in what appears to be an open and shut case against him. The evidence seems rock-solid. The victim is Demonte Williams, a young African-American man and supposed friend of Magee's. Groggy and claiming to have no memory of how he got there, Magee, who appears to have been in a fight, maintains his innocence, despite the vast amount of evidence to the contrary.

Nerves are on edge with the arrival of a national civil rights leader, Rev. Charles Louis, who brings his personal brand of justice with him. He takes the Williams family under his arms as he calls for support and protests. Reverend Louis wants Magee prosecuted as a racist and local prosecutor Robert Breaux agrees, adding on a hate-crime charge.

Answering the Reverend's call, Peregrine's town square becomes the landing spot for the KKK, Black Panthers and other racial activists, fanatics. Not to be outdone, the national media enters the chaos, adding fuel to the fire. Race quickly becomes the primary motive behind Williams’ death.

However, as Monroe studies the evidence, he soon realizes something's not right, and getting to the truth will require risk, great risk.

This case causes tension between almost everyone involved. Debbie, Monroe's wife, questions him taking the case. Even Monroe's investigator, retired New Orleans Police Detective Edward (Herm) Hermann, questions Magee's innocence. Across the aisle, the prosecution is butting heads with each other and with Reverend Louis. Not to be left out, Judge Harper, an African-American, is caught in the middle as he engages in an intense argument with Louis.

Needing this conviction, Reverend Louis paints a target on Monroe, trying to stop him by whatever means necessary. He needs Magee convicted of this crime.

A new face joins the prosecution. District Attorney Breaux has added a new assistant district attorney to his staff, Adrienne Scott. She's a headstrong ambitious young lawyer who will do whatever it takes to reach her goal, especially if it means crushing Monroe Lovett. She sees Reverend Louis as vital to helping her achieve her success, and blurring the lines comes easy for her.

All hope seems lost for Magee as a mostly African American jury, and an African American judge tries him. He is ready to face his fate; however, the only thing keeping him going is Monroe's assurance of uncovering the truth. That moment of hope comes when someone offers a piece of evidence that can prove Magee's innocence. There's only one problem; the evidence is somewhere, hidden in the notes and photographs of a conspiracy theorist, requiring Monroe, Debbie, and Herm to sift through them searching for the answers before time runs out in the trial to save Magee from a death sentence.

What if the most upright person stumbles? Oh, and what if that person is a decorated war hero and the President of the United States? And, in the process of attempting to conceal his marital mistake, finds himself accused of treason and murder?

Army Lieutenant Josh Davis suffers a devastating tragedy while home on military leave, while out on a hunting trip in Montana. He wakes up in the local hospital unaware of the severity of his injuries.

Trusting God for strength, Josh overcomes his injuries and returns to active duty on his first assignment in the desert of Iran as an Army Ranger. It isn’t until he arrives at his new unit that he discovers that his commanding officer is his older brother. Lieutenant Davis is given command of a reconnaissance team having recently lost their previous commander in battle.

In the team’s first recon mission they fall under attack, earning Josh and his team commendations. In another mission into the desert, the team once again finds itself engaged in battle with the enemy with them suffering casualties before help can arrive. It is during this attack that Josh is injured.

Overcoming his injuries, Lieutenant Joshua Davis, for his brave actions during the battle, earns the Congressional Medal of Honor and a trip to the White House. It is here that he meets Michele, the president’s daughter, and his future wife.

After marriage and a respectable military career, Josh retires, and he and Michele return to his family home in Montana for what they believe will be a relaxing, peaceful life together.

But a politically conservative highly group has been keeping up with Josh Davis’s career. They ask Josh to run for the Oval Office. After careful deliberation, he agrees to seek the highest office in the land. However, to his surprise, he discovers that road will lead him to run against his own father-in-law, a former one-term President. Their political, and personal, embattlement ends with a surprising twist of fate.

Discover what happens when President Josh Davis finds himself in the highest office in the nation when his early success leads him to seek Middle-East peace. Believing he can attain victory, he puts together a plan using a Navy Seal Team. But his plan in somehow compromised and all six Navy Seals die.

As the pressure mounts, his pride increases, devouring his faith as he succumbs to sexual temptation. Observe what happens when he tries to cover up his sin. Witness his wife while she watches her husband's downward spiral brought on by his guilt. Walk with Josh as he struggles with his inner conflict of trusting God.

Is it too late to save his marriage and his presidency as he endures an impeachment trial for treason and the murder of six Navy SEALs? Experience the twists and turns to uncover the truth in the political conspiracy.