Too Charming on September 8, 2013
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Does a girl ever really learn from her mistakes?
Detective Sergeant Megan Taylor thinks so. She once lost her heart to a man who was too charming and she isn’t about to make the same mistake again – especially not with sexy defence lawyer, Scott Armstrong. Aside from being far too sure of himself for his own good, Scott’s major flaw is that he defends the very people that she works so hard to imprison.
But when Scott wants something he goes for it. And he wants Megan. One day she’ll see him not as a lawyer, but as a man ... and that’s when she’ll fall for him.
Yet just as Scott seems to be making inroads, a case presents itself that’s far too close to home, throwing his life into chaos.
As Megan helps him pick up the pieces, can he persuade her that he isn’t the careless charmer she thinks he is? Isn’t a man innocent until proven guilty?
Charming romance with an exciting detective story!
Too Charming by Kathryn Freeman delivered as promised in the synopsis. Our hero was devilishly handsome, smooth, and sexy. Our heroine was smart, strong, and loyal to a fault. In fact, she was often TSTL because her loyalty was to her own heart, taking every step in life to avoid being hurt again by any man, never letting herself go enough to find real love. Her motto seemed to be: “Get Him Before He Gets You.”
I found myself chuckling often, and crying even more often throughout this engaging story. I had a terrible time putting it down to go about my daily responsibilities.
There was but one thing that let me down. I was left drooling to know if the HEA was well and truly real. I wanted an Epilogue to tell me how things were going two or three years down the road. I could have gladly made up my own Epilogue, but I bet the author would have thought of a better one.