Title: The Law of Attraction
Author: N.M. Silber
Narrator: Tavia Gilbert
Publisher: Post Hypnotic Press Books
Pub Date: 2015
Length of Production: 7 hours 33 minutes
Note: This book contains explicit descriptions of sexual situations and mature language. It is intended for readers over the age of eighteen.
Once upon a time two lawyers fell in love across a courtroom … Gabrielle Ginsberg was a public defender with plenty of nerve and Braden Pierce was an assistant district attorney with a whole lot of swagger. Gabrielle wanted Braden and Braden wanted Gabrielle.
And Cameron wanted Gabrielle.
And Marla wanted Braden.
And Cole wanted Gabrielle.
And Mrs. Mason wanted Braden. And an anonymous letter writer wanted to keep Gabrielle and Braden apart.
Together Gabrielle and Braden discovered many important things, like which doors at the courthouse actually locked, and that desks could be useful for more than writing. They also found out that the path of love was not always smooth, and it was sometimes trod upon by some really wacky people, like a confused fanny grabber, an eighty-two year old pothead and a gentleman who threw a wine and cheese party in his pants. Could true love overcome a lack of privacy, interference by jealous rivals and the insanity of the criminal court system?
NOTICE: This book contains explicit descriptions of sexual situations and mature language. It is intended for readers over the age of eighteen.
The narrator did an awesome job!!! There were times I thought it was “too much”, especially during the first sex scene. What amaze me was how Ms. Gilbert would narrate clearly while gasping and/or panting. I felt like I was there, which is a little weird for some scenes. Characters can be differentiated easily by her voice. The pacing was just right, normal. Amazing voice actress, I would love to listen to her other works.
The story is not as complicated as the synopsis describes it. It is a romance book, so the main focus are still on Gabrielle and Braden’s love life. The connection between main characters are good and believable. They have been working together or should I say against each other for years and share some of the closest friends. P.s. I love all the little ridiculous court cases; they are funny and entertaining.
My only complain is that this book does not have a clean ending. Readers are expected to read or listen to the second book to find out what happens. For that reason, I can not give it a four-star.
3.5 out of 5 stars
Received a free copy from Audiobook Jukebook in exchange for an honest review.