Tag: Lawyer

Review: Lingerie and Felons by Ros Baxter

Summary: Lola is always wearing the wrong underwear at the worse times… like upon arrest. Wait! Let’s back up a minute! Lola’s parents repeatedly told her she could…

Review: The Love Wars by L. Allison Heller

Reviewed by Karin LRP gave me a copy of the book to review. I’m only sorry it took me so long to get to it. I thought it…

Review: Somebody to Love by Kristan Higgins

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Parker Harrington Welles is a children’s author and seems to hear some of her characters talking to her – and she talks back. Her…

Review: Don’t Mess with Texas by Christie Craig

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Main characters are Nikki Hunt, artist and art gallery owner. Dallas O’Connor, private investigator and owner of Don’t Mess with Texas Private Investigations. We…

Review: How to Woo a Reluctant Lady by Sabrina Jeffries

Series Background: The grandmother wants to see her grandkids wed before the year is out. If one fails to do so their inheritances go up in smoke. Series…

Review: Driftwood Cottage (Chesapeake Shores, Book 5) by Sherryl Woods

by Karin, guest reviewer from Savvy Thinker Driftwood Cottage hooked me into the story in the first few pages.  I really enjoy the characters that Sherryl Woods creates….

Review: My One and Only by Kristan Higgins

Heroine: Harper James is a divorce attorney and good at her job. She knows odds are stacked against couples and can see the discrepancies that the people in…

Review: The Liberation of Alice Love by Abby McDonald

The Story: Alice Love is a contract lawyer working at the Grayson Wells Agency. The first sign of things falling apart in her life is an unordered French…

Audio Review: Bridget Jones’s Diary: Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding

There was a different reader for this book. It’s something that bugs me when it comes to series and sequels. Same reader please! Tracie Bennett was okay part…

Review: Guarding Suzannah by Norah Wilson

by Karin of Savvy Thinker, guest reviewer I assume since you are reading this, that you, like me, are a reader. I regret not having more time to…

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