About Legal Attraction

legal attraction

A grumpy, reluctantly interested boss meets a mediterranean royal trying to hide out in America.

Rand and Coral quickly become involved in an international upheaval that disrupts both their plans for a simple career. Rand’s military background comes in handy more than once as they are caught in situations that leave them asking a couple very important questions.

Can they trust the law firm where they work? Can they trust each other?

Coral just wants to lead a normal life before being called back to take over the crown from her father. But not once since she meets Rand has any of her life felt the least bit normal. Was it complicated that she hooked up with her future boss before she knew who he was? Yes. But most of the time he acts as if he doesn’t even know her, except when they are in danger.

My review

Romantic suspense is one of my favorite genres. I thought the author did a good job with this one. It kept my interest. Honestly, I didn’t want to put it down, because I wanted to find out what happened to the characters.

Coral is a princess. But she’s hiding from pretty much everyone. Even her parents. But something seems off so she comes out of hiding. Just in time to be in a dangerous situation. That’s when she meets Rand.

Rand is a lawyer. He just wants to break into the Royal scene and be a lawyer to all of them. But meeting Coral throws him for a loop. The funniest part of this was when she showed up as a lawyer at the office he worked at. And that really shocks them both!

This book is so great. It’s got a fun romance. Royals. Suspense. It will keep you up reading past your bedtime. And the ending tells me there will be more. I can’t wait!

I used my Kindle Unlimited subscription to borrow Legal Attraction. All opinions are my own.

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