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The complete Legal Action series
Books 1-4 of the Surrendering Charlotte Chronicles
Legal Action 1: 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 quarterback who could pass for a Viking god. She's surrounded by hot men, but her life revolves around work, and she doesn't have time for love or sex. Until Alexander Bly, the stop-the-clock-gorgeous, billionaire publishing magnate becomes her newest client at the law firm. He's the man responsible for the magazine cover that turned Charlotte into every man's sex fantasy. Bly has had women and the world at his beck and call, but no woman has ever rocked his world. Charlotte is about to. When they come together, the desire and sex are white hot and all consuming, but falling in love takes them completely by surprise. As Charlotte handles Bly's lawsuit against Huang Worldwide Corporation, scary, smooth, and sexy Jamey Huang kidnaps her. But Huang doesn't want Bly's billions; he wants Charlotte's secret former lover. Legal Action is a sexy romance filled with burn-up-the-headphones sex, tender love, and witty, sharp-tongued characters with a little espionage thrown in for even more spicy fun.
Legal Action 2: Legal Action in extreme overdrive! Charlotte will make her choice between riveting, gorgeous billionaire Bly and back-from-the-dead, too-hot-to-handle Special Ops hunk Finn, and her decision will mean sweet, sweet savage love for Charlotte and the man of her dreams.
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By Joy Mccormick on 10-07-15
I don't know whether the words were misspelled or if the reader mispronounced them, but certainly I would expect an editor to catch that England has Anglican priests, not "angelican" priests! The plot twists were sorry as well as not believable. Returning this one.
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