Sunday, October 14, 2012

Practice Makes Perfect by Julie James

Payton Kendall is a lawyer for the Chicago firm Ripley & Davis. She is a workaholic. For eight years she has been trying to be the best at the firm. During this time, she also had a continuos competition with J.D. Jameson. J.D. is an attractive rich attorney.

As fate will have it, they are forced to work together bringing a new account into the firm. They also are told that only one of them will become partner. At the beginning this is devastating news to both of them because they have worked extremely hard to achieve partnership position. Later, this makes for very funny reading as we see both characters trying to get the upper hand. The gloves are off and all is permitted during war ...or is it

Enjoyed it tremendously!
This is my first Julie James book, but it won't be my last. She is added to my contemporary writers as a must read.

4/5 Fangs

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