The Defenders, men who believe, as is provided for in the United States Constitution, that all those accused of crimes are entitled to competent defense in a court of law . . .
Tony Landry, born in poverty and driven by his family history, has achieved amazing success as a defense counselor. Newly made a partner in the prestigious Winston-Roe firm, he fully believes that truths come not in black and white but in shades of gray. He clashes with Kristine Granger, a young prosecutor from a background of wealth and privilege. Despite the fierce attraction neither can deny, Tony must make the argument of his life to win Kristine’s heart.
Gray Syzmanski, one of Tampa’s elite, chose the DEA instead of a position with the family’s law firm, only to go through hell. Eight years later he returns to a bittersweet homecoming—and the job he refused before his ordeal. Andi Young, a prosecutor he had a brief liaison with before his ordeal, is still there and miraculously still wants him. They have a chance to have it all—if only Gray can accept that it’s his mind and heart, not a perfect body, that makes him her perfect mate.