Legal Action (Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles) Reviews

Legal Action (Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles)

Legal Action (Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles)

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Bright, beautiful attorney, Charlotte Christiansen has never lost a court case. She’s built a reputation as a cool, on the rise lawyer while trying to escape the ‘naughty cheerleader’ pictorial in American Jock magazine that she posed for to pay her way through law school. She shares the top floor of a historic San Diego building with her best friends from college who happen to be two very male, very sexy Special Forces operatives. Her ex is a celebrity NFL

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3 thoughts on “Legal Action (Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles) Reviews

  1. K. Galloway
    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Meh, September 2, 2013
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    Do you remember the Seinfeld episode when George dated the yadda, yadda, yadda girl? Well this is the literary equivalent. Normally I check the amount of pages before I get a book but since this was free I did not do my regular due diligence, I dislike this new trend in cliffhanger story telling as it feels like a rather disingenuous way to make a $3.99 quality book cost $12. This actually would have made a good, fun full length read, if the author had been willing to put in the time and research to flesh it out, but instead you get “Charlotte walked into the court room, made eye contact with Bly and sat down. After she won her case by making brilliant arguments, Charlotte left the courthouse.” Now colour me critical, but I just feel if one is going to spend two paragraphs on the muscular fortitude of the lead characters lady parts, one could describe her court room prowess in more than two sentences. While I am all for a good raunchy story, the repeated references to the leads ‘ahem’ snug fit was a tad overemphasized. I could not in good conscience recommend this book given the fact that the next 90+ page installment is $2.99 which seems plain wrong to me.

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  2. Barbara
    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Legal Action ( Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles), August 5, 2013
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    Entertaining, fast paced intriguing, sexy read. It was compelling story from it’s beginning to end. I Loved the cover and content and even though I hate to read to be continued stories I will be looking forward to find out what happens next. Hopefully next addition is more than ninety pages or I probably wouldn’t purchase it because this story would just be a tease. I love to read a full length novel by this author.

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  3. Sophie Dufort
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Disappointed, September 15, 2013
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    The writing is loose, there are plenty of typos that had me distracted, the story is rushed, simplistic and contrived at times, the characters are under-developed, there was nothing to get me involved or make me want to buy the next book. I just didn’t feel that the lust-driven relationship between Charlotte and Bly looked anything like love, in spite of the author’s desire to force the idea into the reader’s mind. It’s not enough to state that the heroes have fallen in love. We, readers, need to be convinced of it. There are a lot of factual inconsistencies as well that acted as constant deterrents. Last, but not least, using Finn to open the door to a plot for the sequel was, in my view, terrible. Finn’s character was so little developed throughout the book, he was almost inexistent as an individual, let alone as a prospective main character in a future novel. He and JP acted very much like inseparable twins, and it seems very awkward to pull him aside and give him a major role when no ties were developed between him and the heroine. It just looks like a lame attempt to create more plot when the author ran out of imagination. But there wasn’t much throughout the novel, anyway. This is not a book that I would recommend.

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