I was unable to put the book down. Braden and Gabrielle were a hot and "saucy" couple. The banter in and out of the court room was hilarious and the sexual tension was just there. They only part that I didn't like was "it ended". I wanted MORE...... This was a GREAT relaxing read and hilarious to a fault.
I so think I need to give the date rule because I am like Gabrielle, the one night thing is so not for me. A little harmless flirting can go a long way in and out of the courtroom. The best scene was the bar in my opinion when there were passing the note. The "I Love Lucy" reference was off the meter and the funny part was I so thought the same thing after it was stated of course. The investigation part was so what Lucy would have done.
Braden was a protector by nature and did not let his family status go to his head. I was so happy he was laid back and freaky by nature. Gabrielle brought him to his knees FAST....
I want to thank N.M. Silber for this book. I recommend everyone read it and spread the word. Book 2 will be even better. I can not wait for it to be released.
A funny, hot, and sexy new release from N.M. Silber
Once upon a time two lawyers fell in love across a courtroom …
Gabrielle Ginsberg was a public defender with plenty of nerve and Braden Pierce was an assistant district attorney with a whole lot of swagger. Gabrielle wanted Braden and Braden wanted Gabrielle.
And Cameron wanted Gabrielle.
And Marla wanted Braden.
And Cole wanted Gabrielle.
And Mrs. Mason wanted Braden.
And an anonymous letter writer wanted to keep Gabrielle and Braden apart.
Together Gabrielle and Braden discovered many important things, like which doors at the courthouse actually locked, and that desks could be useful for more than writing. They also found out that the path of love was not always smooth, and it was sometimes trod upon by some really wacky people, like a confused fanny grabber, an eighty-two year old pothead and a gentleman who threw a wine and cheese party in his pants. Could true love overcome a lack of privacy, interference by jealous rivals and the insanity of the criminal court system?