From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Virna DePaul:
Can a lonely prosecutor with a soft heart but a dark past, and a laid-back, southern defense attorney who believes in second chances and living life to the fullest, find love despite their opposing agendas?
She's determined to keep her distance. He wants to pull her close. Together they'll find their place in each other's hearts.
This novella is rated “HHH” (Heat, Heart, and HEA) and includes passion that sparks in the courtroom and the bedroom, a romantic dance involving courtship and unexpected surrender, and a friend playing matchmaker to two people destined to hold each other tight during good times and bad.
Don’t be fooled! Virna DePaul is a wicked, teasing woman! This book is pure agony, why? Well because it ended far too soon. OK I knew it was short when I bought it, but let’s face it, some books are way too long after the first few pages. Not this book though, this book is way too short based on just how good, attention grabbing, sexy and full of raw feelings it is. I love Daniel Mays and Bryn Donovan, heck I even like their friends, Tamara Logan and Vance. So much more could be added, in fact I think Virna should give us more!!! It captivated me from the beginning. I was in fact expecting a short, light, straight forward romance, but it was deep, I could see a movie in my head… Come on, please give me more, I like these guys, there is a lot to them and so much more to explore.
How Virna manages to build such amazing characters in such a complex context on so few pages amazes me, well not really amazes because I know just what an incredible writer she is, so to be fair, it’s to be expected! This book is really “L’Entrée” and I’m ready for “Le Plat Principal”.
I GUARANTEE everyone will enjoy this delicious, short love affair both with the characters and the author and last but not least if you have the audio version, the narrator Ellen Lange. She did an amazing job, I really enjoyed her excellent portrayal of the characters both male and female.
Well done on all counts, the writing and the narration. This is definitely a book I will read/listen to again!