Practice Makes Perfect
When it comes to the laws of attraction, there are no rules The battle between the sexes is about to make these two lawyers hot under the collar. Opposites collide when two lawyers try to make partner at the same firm. Payton Kendall is a feminist to the bone. Cocky J.D. Jameson was born... show more
When it comes to the laws of attraction, there are no rules The battle between the sexes is about to make these two lawyers hot under the collar. Opposites collide when two lawyers try to make partner at the same firm. Payton Kendall is a feminist to the bone. Cocky J.D. Jameson was born privileged. But when they're asked to join forces on a major case, they gain a newfound awareness of each other's personal assets. The partnership spot will be offered to only one of them, though. The competition heats up. Sparks fly. Let the games begin.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 3rd 2009
Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Pages no: 291
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Well the only redeeming thing about this book is that I realized in hindsight I could count the terrible thing towards Kill Your Darlings. There is something silver on the cover, the douche-bag hero's cuff-link. Bah to this terrible book. I have really enjoyed Julie Jame's FBI/US Attorney series a...
3.5 stars. There's something to be said for humorous romance (at least until the Alpha male is brought to his knees, and I don't mean physically--that's actually part of the fun), when I need a light and quick palate-cleanser it's a guaranteed choice.
A typical Julie James Contemporary Romance with her standard witty and intelligent characters. There is fun banter and fun humor. There were faults and flaws that got me a little frustrated and then there was a bit of monotonous happenings nearing the end, but it's a good thing I enjoy Julie James b...
This is the second book I've read by the author, the other being Just the Sexiest Man Alive which I really liked. This one I wasn't so keen on. I don't know if it was the storyline--enemy workmates falling in love--or how long it took them to realise that they were, but it seemed to drag a lot. Th...
Genre: Contemporary Romance Year Published: 2009 Number of Pages: 291 pages Date Read:4/24/2011 Publisher: Berkley Sensation After reading Julie James’ “Something About You,” I was definitely looking forward to reading another one of Julie James’ fantastic novels! That is when I ...