HE’S PLAYING GAMES
Though Rylann Pierce tried to fight the sparks she felt for billionaire heir Kyle Rhodes the night they met, their sizzling chemistry was undeniable. But after being stood up on their first date, Rylann never expected to see him again. So when she finds herself face to face with Kyle in a courthouse nine years later, she’s stunned. More troubling to the beautiful Assistant U.S. Attorney is that she’s still wildly attracted to him.
BUT SHE’S MAKING THE RULES
Just released from prison, Kyle Rhodes isn’t thrilled to be the star witness in a high-profile criminal case—but when Rylann comes knocking at his door, he finds she may be the one lawyer he can’t say no to. Still as gorgeous and sharp-tongued as ever, she lays down the law: she doesn’t mix business with pleasure. But Kyle won’t give up on something he wants—and what he wants is the one woman he’s never forgotten. . .
I usually read several books at a time—one in the bathroom, one in the car to read while waiting for doctors or other appointments, one in my office. Rarely does a book catch my attention enough to take it with me and read it straight through but this one did. I liked the insider’s views of the legal system, the hacker’s motivations and methods, plus the conflicts are very real and threaten to derail the romance at all points right up to the end.
Rylann meets Kyle back in college, but circumstances don’t allow them to pursue a budding romance. Nine years later, they are across the court room from each other with Rylann as the prosecutor and Kyle the defendant. The attraction is still there, but can she risk her career by going out with Kyle? Can he live down his notoriety and get back to corporate America?
James is a gifted writer, and I loved About That Night. She is a new writer to me and I can’t wait to read the next one, which apparently takes place prior to this one.
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