Laws of Attraction
What's really too bad is I feel I've read two middle of the road books from her and there's potential to have a breakout, stand apart book for me. Apparently, the opposite also holds.
This book did nothing for me. And I'm not convinced it was even well written. It felt like a bunch of scenes slapped together with no arc. Let me explain (and don't read further if you, like, care to find out for yourself):
Unfortunately its also not about a librarian in love. Well I mean tangentially it is, there's a sort of a librarian, a legal librarian at a law firm (which I'm sorry that's just lame and this girl does NO librarian work) and she falls in love with a lawyer who works too much. Like that's the plot, he works too much and she wishes he di ...more
I agree with some of the lower rated reviews that the cover totally sucks. Do better, Kensington! What’s wrong with you?!
I had a hard time getting into the book at first, because I found the beginning to be a little slow, but once it entered the office, it got so much better. I really love how realistic Sarah Title’s heroes are and Foste ...more
A cheesy romance novel that involves librarianship and puppers finding their forever homes? Uh, YES TIMES INFINITY. Obviously I was going to be trash for this.
I sped through it and I loved basically every second of it. It was a delight and I'm so glad I stumbled upon this series. MORE PLEASE.
I did think she pushed him away for too long and I got annoyed with the denial of their feelings. I guess I would've preferred more time with them together. But that is just my own personal preference, and no reflection on the book.
Fun, flirty and sexy, add in a super hot lawyer with a completely loveable and mushy interior and I was hooked. We have law librarian, Becky Schrader, who is forever making bad choices when it comes to men (all she wants is the white picket fence), so after her most recent breakup her best friend decides she needs a night of debauchery, one night, no holds barred. Enter lumberjack Deke and Becky has the one night stand she was looking for, that is until the ne ...more
I am absolutely in love with this series and purchased the first two books myself. This might be my favorite one yet, though - such a fun, smart, STEAMY romance about a LIBRARIAN! Love everything about it, but the dogs sealed the 5th star for me.
Long story: Neither character made decisions - about themselves, their relationship or their communication - believably. It all either felt contrived for the plot or just... ridiculous. The romance didn't feel organic, the attraction fell flat once Becky decided OH NO HE'S HER WORST NIGHTMARE and I just had trouble believing he felt she was worth the hassle.
Turns out this story isn't just about legal librarian Becky trying to resist the charms of hotshot IP attorney Foster, but there are lots of distracting side characters and family me ...more
The publisher’s description of the story is a little misleading. At the beginning of the book, Becky’s best friend encourages her to pick up a guy for a one-night stand precisely because Becky has been so focused on achieving a normal life (husband, family, dog, home with a white picket fence) that she keeps settling for the wrong guys. Becky plans to hook up with a completely di ...more
It took me a week to figure out how to write this review. I’m giving it four stars. It probably could/should have been five, but it lost a full star because I’m not going to be passing this novel around. Laws of Attraction is a well-researched, well-written romance. It ticks almost all the boxes I normally attribute to a great book.
My household is one of thousands who is boycotting the NFL this year. It’s been hard, almost like a death in the family, as Sunday family, food, and football after church has...more
foster isn't looking for a relationship, but his one night with becky was unexpectedly hot. and he's disappointed when he re ...more
In this book, the librarian is Becky, a law librarian with a major law firm in Dener. Just off another bad breakup, her friend convinces her to go out drinking and try out men who are NOT her type (Becky is obsessed with having a "normal" relationship and a "normal" family since her family is decidedly not normal). She meets a man she thinks is a lumberjack ...more
I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!
I am no stranger to Sarah Title and her work and I have to admit I look forward to her stories. They are usually fast paced, fun, and of course a little bit sexy. This story did not disappoint, it was all of the above.
I won't go in to details of the plot as one can guess how this story will play out based on the synopsis. ...more
She meets a bearded lumberjack-looking guy at a bar and has a night of great sex. And then, you guessed it, the lumberjack is actually a new lawyer at the firm where she works. Foster wants t ...more
Becky is sassy, with a quiet intelligence and a giant heart. Foster is both her dream and worst nightmare when it comes to the normal life and family she longs for. They complicated each other and had a chemistry that sizzles...it was heartwarming how Becky was able to help Foster realize that she and his family were his priorities...oh and Starr too. Too cute ...more
Fast paced plot, witty dialogue, a reluctant female and a determined male, and rom ...more
Wouldn't you know the one time in her life that Becky Schrader lets loose and has a little naughty fun she would hook up with a new associate at the law firm she works at. Luckily being the firm's librarian will limit their interactions. Hopefully. Not if Fostor Deacon has anything to ...more
Of the three in this series, I actually think this one touched on the deepest of topics (a lot of family dynamics, behavior, self-worth, etc.) The story was fun, the pacing was good, and while a lot of times the epilogue is just a tidbit, this one really showed ...more