Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Review: All's Fair in Love and Law by KM Daughters

All's Fair in Love and Law by KM Daughters

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



The enchantress on stage at an amusement park review captivates new Chicago Police Department Captain Patrick Sullivan. Stunned to learn she’s the infamous defense attorney, Charlie Demarco, who substituted for her twin at the performance, Pat battles Charlie in and out of the courtroom. With CPD cutbacks and a serial murderer to apprehend, Pat struggles to uphold the law and his reputation, while Charlie seems determined to undermine him. Chained to her job to restore her family’s finances, Charlie has no choice but to defend the criminals Pat wants behind bars. Her biggest battle yet involves defending her heart against Patrick Sullivan.

Clare's Review

This is the 4th in the Sullivan Boys series. Despite not having read any of the others, this one wasn’t hard to pick up. Pat Sullivan is the new police chief. Charlie is the lawyer who gets off criminals on a technicality. She’s the last person he expects to fall for so heavily. As the case heats up, so do things between them.

A definite page turner, Daughters bring you a gripping story, keeping you on the edge of your seat while reading. The suspense is as enthralling as the growing romance between the characters with well defined personalities, including flaws, who have a life of their own. I shall definitely be looking for the other books in this series.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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