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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Murphy's Law by Lori Foster (Review)

For those who have been reading Lori's books forever, you might remember this title with a different cover. Yes, Murphy's Law is a reprint with a brand spanking new cover, that's a little more drool-worthy. The over cover is adorable, but this one is drool-worthy. I'm still fairly new to Lori books I didn't know it was a reprint. I basically wanted to read this book because of the cover. By the way this is a book two in a series, and I would strongly recommend getting Jude's Law before starting Murphy's Law. I wasn't completely lost, but it would be a good recommendation to read the first book to get the gist of what happen to the bad guy and why he's seeking out revenge on Ashley Miles.

We have Ashley who grew up in a not so pleasant way. Her family life wasn't the best, but she had an awesome friend. Anyway, in social situation she's a bit confrontational, but it's her self protection mechanism. Now Quinton Murphy is intrigued by her. Hey he's willing to work past her prickly side. Her prickly side isn't the easiest thing to break through, but Quinton is willing to work on.

Anyway, once we get past May and Jude's wedding the focus is on Ashley and Quinton and their relationship. However, their relationship comes with a bumps and a mad man. Overall, Murphy's Law was a pretty good read. It's an older contemporary, because some of the items in the story. However, still pretty good read. So, if you are in the mood for a prickly heroine and a little overprotective alpha, Murphy's Law is your book.

Copy provided by Zebra via NetGalley

Rating:
4 Stars

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