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It was just one night. But it was a night that would destroy everything.   

Judge Juliana Brody is a woman with principles. She is happily married, she doesn't drink, she doesn't lose control. She definitely doesn't sleep with a handsome stranger at a law convention. Except that, last night, that is exactly what she did. 

Matias understands that if anyone found out about their one-night stand it would destroy Juliana's marriage and, most likely, her career. They agree that they will never see each other again. And then, a week later, he walks into her courtroom. 

Julia knew that her latest brief, a high-profile sex discrimination case, would make her some powerful enemies. But she didn't expect her own life and the lives of her family to be put in mortal danger.

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I started off really enjoying this but it became so convoluted I lost track and stared not to care. Shame cause the idea was good.

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