It’s an open secret that the newest justice on the Supreme Court is a lesbian. So when the Court decides to hear a case about gay marriage, Justice Victoria Willoughby must navigate the press, sway at least one of her conservative colleagues, and confront her own fraught feelings about coming out.
Just when she decides she’s up to the challenge, she learns that the very brilliant, very out Genevieve Fornier will be lead counsel on the case.
Genevieve isn’t sure which is causing her more sleepless nights: the prospect of losing the case, or the thought of who will be sitting on the bench when she argues it.
The follow up to "Barring Complications" Benched" takes up where B.C. ends. Good idea to read the first book in this series. This is a chance to connect with Supreme Court Judge Victoria (Tori) and Genevieve, a lawyer who stands up for LGBTQ rights. This book give us a peak to how the Court works or perhaps how we like to believe it should work. Simply put another good read by B R. Looking forward to the next in book in this series.