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- Listening Length: 5 hours and 39 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
- Audible.com Release Date: December 20, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078HKVHRK
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Law of Attraction Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Five years ago, Christina meets Steven through work, they go from despising each other to liking one another to becoming much more (in a span of three weeks) and is it no wonder why trust wasn't ever fully achieved.
It takes time and patience to build up trust. Seriously, I don't think this can be achieved in 3 weeks, especially given their rocky start. (He questioned her character upon their first face-to-face meet.)
He goes from 0-60 without thinking causing him to make one disastrous judgment call after another. All those years ago, his rash actions got her fired, tarnished her reputation, and hurt her in every way possibly.
Stephen really needs to learn to think before he speaks. His actions/words keep hurting her, even after they meet again due to a case they are both representing counsel on.
Present day: Stephen's mouth doesn't seem to know when to quit. He still hasn't learned the importance of slowing the eff down.
With their history and his present attitude, I'm thoroughly surprised how quickly she melted in his arms.... again.
As you can guess, I wasn't a huge fan of their coupling.
Sure, he was sweet towards the end. The letter to her, nice gesture. IMHO, one small gesture doesn't erase a multitude of pain.
The only saving grace was Vince. Now him, I couldn't get enough of and I think you'll agree with my sentiments after you get a taste of him.
Professionally Christina Crawford survives Steven Mitchell’s actions that were prompted by his jealousy. But emotionally she still has a wound that has never healed even after five years.
Driven to prove herself, Christina excels as a lawyer. But stress from an overload of cases that she works on relentlessly to win and usually does, has taken its toll. When a long overdue vacation finally comes at the same time as her sister’s wedding, Christina looks forward to a rest and fun.
However, a pressing, supposedly straight forward, divorce case stalls her departure. The opposing lawyer is none other than the high-powered criminal lawyer Steven Mitchell. Why is he handling a divorce case? Emotional upheaval plus new, damning evidence against her client, have Christina multitasking as she works to find a solution for her client’s problems, takes part in her sister’s pre-wedding events, and copes with feelings for Steven Mitchell that refuse to die.
Darlene Fredette keeps tension at a fever pitch, engaging the reader’s full attention.
Steven Mitchell’s plan to win Christina back and his continued jealous antics work against each other again and again, but he preservers. His connection with Christina’s sister’s in-laws creates a new level of emotional conflict that neither he nor Christina handles very well. The couple in the divorce and how they settle their difference become the catalyst for change in Christina’s and Steven’s relationship.
Ms. Fredette’s vivid descriptions give the reader a strong of place. Her ability to use secondary characters to up the anxiety and stress is remarkable and keeps the tension high throughout the story. However, the hero’s jealousy, ruling his actions for so long, made this reader wonder: Can a leopard change its spots?
How Ms. Fredette works out the hurts relieves some of the doubt, but best of all, Christina and Steven’s love that forgives all things finally creates a hard-won happy-ever-after.
originally posted at long and short reviews
Great characters that seem real enough you feel like you know them.
Definitely a good one to pick up.
Thanks to the author - Darlene Fredette, for giving me this e-book for my honest review!
Steven would like nothing better than for Christina to forget his past sins and take him back.
Complications and conflict mount in this charming romance. This was a well paced; entertaining story with twists and turns to keep the reader interested. A great read. I loved it.