After watching a murderer walk free on a technicality, Nicole Sterling left the state attorney's office to start a criminal law practice. She lets her partners handle the assault and murder files while she specializes in white-collar crime. With her own mother's life slowly slipping away before her eyes, Nicole has had about all she can take of death.
But when a client is a...more
She is smart, tough and determined to keep the outside world away from her personal world. Enter Sam Bowie, who defies Nicole's perfect order she has set for herself. I instantly liked Sam, and although they had a sordid history together that didn't end well, I just knew he was going to the one to push all of Nicole's buttons and force her to rewrite how she looks at things an ...more
Date reviewed: 20 May 2011
Review link: http://mykindaland.com/?p=290
Courting Death is a rather intriguing and fast paced story. I like how the characters grow as the story proceed, especially the main character, Nicole. She’s very dynamic in nature and I found myself wishing that I could be like her as I followed her adventure.
She made a lot of drastic decisions along the way, and I respect the fact that she does not hesitate to do things that she think is right. S ...more
But it is a very padded out story, there is always something happening and was completely "go go go!"
I really liked the characters of Sam and Nicole, and quite liked how they were together previously and then reunited, it made the love story angle of this much more believable and interesting.
However it was the actual storyline rather than the love story that drew me in.
It was interesting, no idea how true some of ...more