Review: Love Irresistibly
Ms. James reintroduces us to AUSA, Cade Morgan. We first met Cade in About That Night when he was the representative of the State against the hero, Kyle Rhodes (aka, the Twitter Terrorist). Now, he's back with a vengeance working with the FBI trying to take down some big names in politics. In his most recent case, he's looking to get audio and visual proof of bribery but needs an in at the restaurant where the men in question are meeting. Enter, Brooke Parker. As general counsel for the high end restaurant company, Cade can't make any moves without her help. Luckily, she's willing to play ball.
Although the love story was a bit slow moving between the two, I did enjoy the other aspects of the characters' lines from a surprise half brother to a big career decision and both of them learning what really are priorities in life. Work/life balance is something (now that I've joined the corporate world) I was truly able to relate to. The struggle between having the career you've always wanted and making time for the family and friends that will always be more important than money is definitely a real topic and was explored well.
Although there were times I wanted to knock their heads together and tell them to get over their baggage and trust each other, I'm glad they took the time they did. I felt justified in the end and was that much happier to see them together. Plus, we got a mini update on previous couples!
This is definitely a favorite contemporary series and this chapter keeps with the tradition of quality characters and a swoonworthy romance. Highly recommended, ladies!
*ARC Provided by Berkley
Love Irresistiblyby Julie JamesRelease Date: April 2, 2013Publisher: Berkley