For the Love of Justice by Debbie Cassidy – A Book Review

Posted April 21, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in Reviews / 1 Comment

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For the Love of Justice

(A Nightwatch World Story)

by Debbie Cassidy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Novella, PNR, RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

If you, like many of us, have read and loved the Nightwatch Academy Series… then you MUST read this Novella! It’s the final chapter in an epic saga, and it’s free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

Change isn’t always for the better, and sometimes it plain sucks!

Since the universal glamour fell, no supernatural is safe. Registration is compulsory, daemons are being rounded up and sent back to Demonica, and with the human police force sticking their oars in left right and centre, being a nightwatch agent is harder than ever.

The world has changed and we’re having to adapt. Thank god for the support of my guys. But in the early hours of the morning, just before sleep takes me, I think about him—the one who left promising to return.

Just when I decide enough is enough and that it’s time to go after him, I get the news I’ve been waiting for, followed by a shitty twist.

Harmon is back, but he’s locked in Hallow Hills Prison.

My family is so close to being complete, and not even a maximum-security prison is going to come between me and my man.

I’m going in, and I’m not coming back out without him.

If only fate could leave it at that. Nope, she has to throw in a hidden truth that could shatter our world all over again.

This time I’m not sure I’ll be able to avert disaster.


This novella is for readers of The Nightwatch Academy series.

If you haven’t read the Nightwatch Academy series, then this novella won’t make much sense to you. The events that take place happen a few months after the events of the main series and provide readers with an insight into what happened after the big climax. I strongly recommend reading the Nightwatch Academy series before reading this novella.

Thoughts on For the Love of Justice

There are notes everywhere that this is the conclusion of the Nightwatch Academy, and it surely is, but it also helps tidy up The Nightwatch Series as well, the one with Kat as the main Female Protagonist. Both epic sagas smash together in this action packed Novella that sees the HEA we’ve all craved for Indigo, mainly, HARMON!!!!

Harmon, Harmon…. I loved him through MOST of the Academy series (let’s be honest, there were a few moments there when the he wasn’t the best character) – and THIS is his moment to shine! I was so heart broken at what I thought was the end of Indigo’s story in the last book. She gets her joy and completion with the men that were able to stay with her, but Harmon’s departure (for very valid reasons) still hurt, and left an open wound I feared wouldn’t be healed. Enter ‘For the Love of Justice’!

THIS is the epilogue, and it’s beautiful, wrapping things up nicely, while showcasing what the world for them is like now. Hint, it’s ugly (the world, not the story)… but that ending is the perfect entrance to another tale coming in 2021.


  • Everything, we NEEDED this story.


  • There is still an aura of ‘unfinished’ about the world that hurts.


First Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type

HEA (for this group, at least)



Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range


My Final Verdict on For the Love of Justice

The final chapter to an amazing series, and it’s more than just an homage to the love. This still has action, adventure, heat and a mystery sure to be expanded on in a new tale! Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Published April 18th, 2020
93 Pages

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Your Turn

What are you reading today? Have you read this series yet? What is your favorite Debbie Cassidy series? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!



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