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 His latest mission s success depends on convincing Gwen to listen to his witness Fine That ten minutes she gives Aaron to plead his case results in a ridiculous cell phone mix up and a play date for their two boys She s not sure how the line between professional and personal gets blurred so quickly But it can t happen again She can t let this man, no matter how compassionate, into her heart


10 thoughts on “Reconcilable Differences

  1. Saly Saly says:

    There is a reason that I don t read the Superromance line much because sometimes they can be such downers and I guess this book was one of them The characters were never happy with one obstacle after another in their path The heroine s ex who was abusive to her wants full custody of their son, the h H are on opposing sides and her boss hates H The hero was a nice likeable character, a genuinely good guy and father while the heroine left me cold Even at the end I wasn t left with a happy reso There is a reason that I don t read the Superromance line much because sometimes they can be such downers and I guess this book was one of them The characters were never happy with one obstacle after another in their path The heroine s ex who was abusive to her wants full custody of their son, the h H are on opposing sides and her boss hates H The hero was a nice likeable character, a genuinely good guy and father while the heroine left me cold Even at the end I wasn t left with a happy resolved feeling, she was still working a crazy job with a boss she didn t like with insane hours Meh


  2. Chain Reading Chain Reading says:

    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 seemedinterested in showing the consequences rather than illustrating why and how they fall for each other.


  3. Amy Amy says:

    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 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 kid There were several details that seemed wrong and like they didn t need to be there Then there was the whole the guy is grieving over a case thing and they end up having one night of passion that is nondescriptive and really quite a ridiculous situation Overall, I d say I do not recommend this book


  4. Gail Gail says:

    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 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 and their conflicting jobs It was a good story, though the romance kind of got a bit lost in all that It was tangled up in all that, too I enjoyed reading it


  5. JOCA JOCA says:

    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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