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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Review: Falling for the Lawyer by Anna Clifton

Falling for the Lawyer 
by Anna Clifton
Released Date: Published March 1st 2013 by Harlequin Enterprises Australia
Series: Falling for the Lawyer
Pages: 106
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Alex Farrer has just one resolution: don't get sacked by the new boss that day. Enter oneknight to rescue her from a run‐in with a pile of mud. But will upending Alex's entire life bethe next job on her knight's 'to‐do' list, whether she likes it or not?
Legal eagle JP McKenzie has just one resolution: never get involved with a woman whowon't stand up for herself. That is until a muddy Alex Farrer lands in his life with a crushinglybig mountain of family expectation in tow. So what else is a modern‐day knight to do?


(Summary taken from Goodreads)


My Review:

        *ARC provided by Harlequin Enterprises Australia via NetGalley*

In Falling for the Lawyer, Alex finds herself dealing with family traditions, a fiance, and a boss (who she finds attractive). After having an already bad morning, Alex gets to finds herself being rescued by a mysterious stranger on her way to work. He takes her to a boutique and that's when she confesses to him her worries over her new boss. She tells him that his new boss is known a the ""Grim Reaper" at the office, and how everyone there is afraid of him. The stranger pays for her outfit and lets her leave without saying anything else. But what Alex wasn't aware of was that the stranger happened to be her boss, JP McKenzie, and that she was going to embark into her own adventure, one that involves giving up on the person that she thought she loved, and to the traditions that she had grown up with, all because of the mysterious stranger. Overall, I thought the story was great, it was a page-turner from the beginning. I loved the characters and the plot. Clifton did a good job describing the growth that Alex had to go through in the story, and how everything came together in the end. 

My Ratings:

                                                                                                                                 

2 comments:

Aman said... Best Blogger Tips

Their first meeting must be so hilarious and her realizing that he is her boss...priceless. I love cute contemporaries and this one is definitely going in my tbr. Thanks for bringing it to my radar. Wonderful review :)

Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips

@Aman


It was a really good book :) Thanks for stopping by.

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