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On Her Side (The Truth About The Sullivans #2)

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Attorney Nora Sullivan wants her mother's killer behind bars. To do that, she needs the help of the primary suspect's son—Griffin York. Too bad Griffin seems determined to avoid all involvement. Fortunately, Nora knows something about persuasion and sets out to convince him he's needed. It's not easy getting past his rebel facade, yet she sees glimpses of the considerate—a ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published August 7th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Susan
Jul 23, 2012 Susan rated it it was amazing
Very good book. When Nora went to Griffin to ask for his help tracking down his father, she couldn't believe he turned her down. She was used to being able to talk almost anyone into doing what she wanted, and she wanted Dale to pay for killing her mother. Griffin wants nothing to do with Nora and her quest. He has spent most of his life trying to live down being his father's son. He's a respectable business owner and is very careful to keep his life private. But Nora keeps trying, especially be ...more
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Jul 14, 2013 Fedora rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Lizzie
I started this, put it down for a few months, but was surprisingly engrossed when I picked it back up again. The female lead is insufferably impulsive, leading to ridiculous behavior like bashing her car's headlights in to establish a relationship with the car mechanic male lead. That said, the family drama was interesting and angsty. Unfortunately the page limit meant that Andrews randomly kills a character and has the leads jump into each others arms in about 10 pages to wrap this up in a neat ...more
Wendy Douglas
Oct 22, 2016 Wendy Douglas rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved this book! Beth Andrews does bad boy heroes really, really well.
Elena
Sep 14, 2016 Elena rated it really liked it
Liked it a lot better than the first one. Nora and Griffin are great together and while Griffin is the typical 'bad boy', he isn't really. He is just damaged but not to the point of no return, and never met a woman who could see past his 'I don't care' attitude. Nora was a pleasant surprise. Funny, smart, and fearless. She made me smile a lot. Who killed Valerie Sullivan is still a mystery. Next book is Tori's story. I must admit, of the Sullivan sisters, Tori is my least favourite. Maybe becaus ...more
Sheri
This is the second book of the series, and I liked it even better than the first, which I liked a lot. Nora was wonderful. Griffin started out as the sexiest bad boy imaginable, and ended up stealing my heart. I can't wait to read the last book. Andrews interweaves the characters, along with a murder mystery, through all the books. I know Griffin and Nora will be in Tori's story, as well as Layne and Ross.

I have to mention the phenomenal dialogue, too. Sarcastic, fun, surprising---it is masterf
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John
Oct 14, 2012 John rated it liked it
I liked the dialogue and think Beth has a great way of showing character interaction, but the romance felt like it came to its conclusion rather fast - and without a lot of supporting events to feel like something workable.
Gail
This was very nearly one of those romances where the hero/heroine fight, fight, fight, fight, oh I love you. Almost, but not quite. The hero's transformation was the most problematic, but it was a Good Read.
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Romance Writers of America RITA® Award Winner Beth Andrews spends her time writing contemporary romance for Harlequin Superromance, sending checks to pay for her kids’ college tuition and composing texts that end up on her children’s twitter feeds. She loves coffee, hockey and happy endings.
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