Annabelle's Reviews > Courting Trouble
Courting Trouble (Rosato & Associates, #7)
Jul 08, 2009
A piece of clichéd trash. Can’t believe it was a New York Times bestseller, but I have to say I did finish it and was happy when Anne, a new attorney with the women Philadelphia law firm, Rosato and Associates. She is representing a dot.com executive from a sexual harassment when a her cat sitter who happens to look like Anne at her home. Anne pretends like it to flush out her former stalker just released from prison. Scottoline is inventive in intertwining the two subplots and moving the protagonists for her novels around the women of the firm, although they all seem alike in the story, gutsy, yet feminine, being hounded by a murderer, having to step outside the law. Also she has a great red herring twist. But dropping names of products, having the lawyers do preposterous things, like dressing up as prostitutes is ridiculous.
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