Monday, 26 February 2018

REVIEW: LEGAL SEDUCTION by LISA CHILDS



Legal Seduction 
Legal Lovers #1
By Lisa Childs
Releasing February 1st, 2018
Harlequin Dare




“You are mine for the next two weeks.”
Resigning might be the sexiest thing she’s ever done… 

Quitting her job puts executive assistant Bette Monroe in a very compromising position. She has ten days left, and powerhouse lawyer Simon Kramer is working her late into the night…and seducing her into oblivion! While he’s convinced she’s selling business secrets, the bombshell secret she’s keeping would shock him more. Does she bare all…or keep him guessing?

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In Legal Seduction (Legal Lovers #1) by Lisa Childs, Bette Monroe is finally moving on from her job working for powerhouse lawyer Simon Kramer, but once she gives her notice she's still got ten days left. It's not easy being around Simon, but as the days go by, Lisa finds herself giving into temptation. But when Lisa discovers the reason of Simon's pursuit of her, will she give him a chance to explain, or will away from their chance at happy ever after?

What an enjoyable read Ms. Childs has delivered in this first book of her Legal Lovers series where the hero and his friends have done well for themselves, but could be in for the fight of their lives when it comes to their careers if they don't discover the identity of their company's mole quickly; the heroine is finally seeing her dreams come to fruition in the fashion world; the dialogue was entertaining, as the hero is determined to seduce Lisa to discover what she's hiding; and the obstacles these two face together were tough, but had me liking how this couple overcame each one including whether the heroine will be able to forgive the hero. 

Both the main characters were very likeable and I loved this couple together, as they have plenty of chemistry that spills over onto the pages in steamy sex scenes. Moreover, the heroine was strong and brave when it comes to the moment where she feels betrayed and I liked that she wasn't afraid to stand up for herself when it came to the accusations. While the hero, he's confident, cocky and I liked how determined he was to win the heroine over. I also liked that he stood up to his friends for Lisa, as he begins to realize that maybe he's wrong. Will he get the answers he needs? 

Overall, Ms. Childs has delivered a really good read in this book where the ending had me liking what the hero's friends do. No way could they continue to see Simon in misery after this couple's relationship goes awry. I would recommend Legal Seduction by Lisa Childs, if you enjoy boss-employee romances or books by authors Clare Connelly, Anne Marsh, JC Harroway and Katee Robert.






















































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