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Practice Makes Perfect by Julie James
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May 05, 11

bookshelves: 2011-reads, contemporary-romance, e-books, romance
Read in May, 2011

Peyton Kendall you are a strong woman. You are independent, intelligent, successful, and sexy as hell. J.D. Jameson same for you (well except for that part about being a woman). So they are both fantastic lawyers (no jokes about that being an oxymoron). They both work for the same company. They both work across the hall from each other. They both want each other like you wouldn't believe. Of course they hide this by being prickly and mean to each other. And they have done so... FOR EIGHT YEARS. Eight years is a long time to be in love with the person across the hall that you affectionately refer to as ASSHOLE/BITCH. Now that the new partners are being announced, it is made public that only one of them will get the promotion. What are they to do? how are they to possibly move beyond this additional hurdle? (along with the eight years worth of loathing and insults they've piled up of course) Will true love prevail in the world of billable hours?

I liked the interaction of the characters and the play between them. I sort of wished the 'play' between them was a bit more in this decidedly PG-13 entry. Overall a fun read but not my favorite Julie James book.

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