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Reconcilable Differences (You, Me and the Kids #23)

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Mills & Boon Blush series brings you moving, true-to-life romancesProsecutor Gwendolyn Haverty puts bad guys in jail…and keeps them there. That isn't easy when defence lawyers like Aaron Zimmerman try to spring them out again. Zimmerman is a rumpled do-gooder on a mission to free the innocent - which, of course, includes every single one of his clients behind bars!

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Paperback, Harlequin SuperRomance #1720, You, Me & the Kids #23, 288 pages
Published July 5th 2011 by Harlequin SuperRomance (first published July 1st 2011)
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Chain Reading
Jan 11, 2014 rated it it was ok
Did not finish, which always raises the possibility that the book would have gotten better if I persisted. The story of a prosecutor who falls for a defense attorney was interesting, but the author seemed more interested in showing the consequences rather than illustrating why and how they fall for each other.
Amy
Mar 19, 2014 rated it it was ok
There was enough going on in this book to keep me reading, but it really wasn't anything special. First of all the title "Reconcilable Differences" well it made me think it would be a divorce story where they don't go through with it, in other words they decide they do love each other and they have hot-to-trot make-up time. Nope. Wasn't the story at all! It says it's a "Harlequin Super Romance", but it's really just a mediocre story line that concentrates on the main character, Gwen keeping her ...more
Gail
Good read. It had a lot of mainstream fiction elements, including child custody and verbal abuse and legal ethics. The heroine is a divorced single mother lawyer working in the local prosecutor's office on cases brought back on appeals after conviction. The hero is the widowed single dad lawyer bringing many of those appeals. And that's the source of most of the conflict-- his lingering guilt over moving on after his wife's death, her issues with her manipulative ex, dealing with their children ...more
Josephine
Jul 05, 2016 added it
Shelves: dnf
The premise just wasn't working for me and I found it difficult to connect with the hero and heroine. This was a DNF for me.
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