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on 5 March 2006
I started reading Jude's Law and found myself thinking, that i have read this kind of book before by this author....
It may be a different story, but the charactors are very similar to one of Lori Foster's previous books - "Too Much Temptaion".
A very curvasious women, big boobs and low self esteem.
They both have feelings for a man, whom they feel is out of their league, but who seems to want them. They don't know if they should trust them.
The trouble with Jude's Law is, that because i read Grace and Noah's story first and loved it, this book just felt like a re-hash of an old story line.
It may be a very good book, but it held little appeal for me, as it felt like it's been done before.
It would be nice to have something new and original, that keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting for more.
Too many author's who become a household name, change the way in which they write, and in turn they lose a lot of ardent fan's.
If you are new to this author, i would suggest that you try some of her older books, they are much better there are some great ones out there, for example:The Winston Brothers or The Buckhorn Brothers storie's - Sawyer, Morgan, Gabe and Casey - these are all excellant stories.
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TOP 50 REVIEWERon 22 February 2015
While I liked this story, I didn't love it. I did like Jude Jamison the hero his character was very well written he's not only tall dark and handsome, but he's smart and sexy as well. He's an ex fighter and currently a Hollywood film star. As for May Price the heroine, I didn't take to her quite as much she's too much of a martyr IMO, the way she tolerated her awful family was annoying. She's none too bright either who opens and runs an art gallery out in the middle of nowhere, when none of the local people can afford the artwork! It's so contrived that Jude is her only customer. Jude has the hots for May but she is either too stupid to notice, or is just avoiding his come ons. Jude has something in his past that still haunts him. When an old enemy comes up close and personal as well as threatening May, he goes into full protective mode.
The supporting cast was good and bad, Denny, who was Jude's best friend and trainer from his SBC fighting days was a great character. Tim, who was May's brother was a true weakling, as for her parents they were awful, but their characterisation was a bit pantomimeish.
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on 4 August 2006
I'm a big Lori Foster fan and have read all about the Winston Brothers and the folks from Visitation and I think that Jude Jamison, Denny, May, Ashley and Tim will be great additions to the 'Foster' family. Jude is everything and more you have come to expect from a 'Foster' leading man. Both Jude and Denny have that hard exterior whilst the inside is soft, sensual and very protective. Can't wait to read more.
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VINE VOICEon 30 April 2007
This was a very good book, and you need to read this to fully understand whats going on in Murphy's Law. The characters Jude and May were very well written. The only problem I had with this was that I couldn't really relate to any of the characters and I didn't really warm up to the character of May. However I have given this 4 stars being overall it is a very good read - but overall I prefered Murphy's Law.
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on 11 June 2007
nice little story. gangsters, street fights and some sizzling romance. great to pass a lazy afternoon (which i have just done). leaves the story open for next one Murphy's law.
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on 20 February 2006
Jude Jamison is every bit as sensual as you could ever imagine. The storyline is stunning and the novel hard to put down.
Great authors: Lori Foster and Katlyn Stewart
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