Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Review: Friction

Friction Friction by Sawyer Bennett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This isn't the first book that I've listened to by Sawyer Bennett, it's not the first that I've enjoyed, but this book is in a league of its own!

Leary Michaels is a partner at a law firm that champions the little guy and she has no losses in her column. She's relentless and her new case seeking justice for her client in a botched operation is no different. Enter big wig corporate lawyer Reeve Holloway, the defense attorney for the douche bag surgeon. When they bump into each other outside the courthouse, it's a calculate move on Leary's part, and while she hands him her ripped silk stocking in the elevator, in the courtroom she promptly hands him his ass.

What Leary doesn't expect is the intense attraction between herself and Reeve. Soon they began a questionable but unstoppable relationship, trying desperately to keep their private and work relationship separate. It's hard to do when Leary, secretly has much more than a professional interest invested in the case!

This story is has it all humor, heat and heartbreak.

I listened to the audio version of this book and I loved the narration by Sebastian York but Kendall Taylor's narration just seemed a bit too girlish. So I had to deduct a star on the performance. I would have been happier if Sebastian had narrated the whole audiobook.

Don't hesitate to download this gem of a story, you'll be happy you did!

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