Dustin Stevens Standalone Novel
College phenom running back Tyler Bentley is the ultimate success story. The son of a single mother from a wayward stretch of highway in Western Wyoming, he heads to Midwestern football powerhouse Ohio Tech and becomes a star, MVP of the Centennial Bowl, runner-up to the Heisman Trophy.
He is also the ultimate fall from grace story when a freak play occurs, leaving his knee shattered.
Seeing an opportunity, the SynTronic medical corporation convinces Tyler to use their newly-designed KnightRunner knee replacement, promising him that he'll be back on the field long before the upcoming season. Everything they promise comes true up until the product malfunctions, costing Tyler his career and his leg.
Now, leaning on the help of his one-time teacher Shane Laszlo, Tyler must take his battle from the gridiron to the courtroom. Laszlo, an Ohio Tech alum himself just a year removed from law school, has his own score to settle with SynTronic, an incident occuring years before with repercussions far greater than the loss of a limb.
Together, they will go into the biggest case Ohio has ever seen…
At the beginning I was a bit bored wondering where the story was going, but I soon was totally immersed wondering what happens next. This story has football, villains, courtroom drama, endearing characters, and surprises. Once past the first three chapters I couldn't put it down.