I love this series! The concept of the Twitter Terrorist is so hysterical and again James' incredible dialogue makes this one series I can highly recommend! Just the right mix of romance and suspense!
A Lot Like Love, book 2 in the FBI-US Attorney Series, is a lot of fun! Like book 1, you won't want to put this one down. I thought it wasn't as high tempo as book 1; it didn't have as many action-packed scenes. But the love story was more in depth...more interesting. If you haven't read book 1, don't worry. So far, this isn't the type of series that builds on previous stories. The previous characters only make cameo appearances. One of the things I loved about this book was Nick's perspective. He continually thinks about what he would do or think if he was "one of those sensitive types" without acknowledging that he actually is. And let's face it, what girl doesn't like a tough guy with a sensitive side?
I also love that in books 1 & 2, James has written about intelligent, successful women who waited to meet the right person. Jordan is not one of the silly, overly emotional women romance writers often create. She's a woman you can actually root for and identify with.
Karen White did a great job as narrator. I especially enjoyed her delivery of the more sarcastic/funny lines. And her depiction of Nick was spot-on.
P.S. The dynamic between Jordan and her twin brother Kyle was both funny and endearing.
What a like about Jordon is she sticks to her conviction and stays on track as to why she reached out to the FBI. Who can blame McCall for chasing down Jordon. Got to love those FBI agents. The story is fun. It is not wild but enjoyable. Sexy and romantic. Narration is good. This series reminds me a lot of K Sparks minus the vampires. Worth a credit Not a lot guns, action and you are not a roller coaster ride but it’s enjoyable.
While I enjoyed this one and will read the next episode, you know what I think would help it--another narrator. I don't think she was able to pull of the changing of the voices well enough. In those cases, the narrator should just "he said, she said". Still, I have not given up on her.
I hope in the next episode, the writer puts more suspense in it. When there is more, I think they have more depth and more to hang on to, if you know what I mean.
My audiobook listening preferences are pretty diverse. So, to make this easier for myself I'll rank it among all of the romance novels I've ever listened to and it's in the top 15.
One of the moments that I enjoyed reading was when Nick showed up at Morgans wine shop and saw her having a drink with another guy. It was the moment that Nick had to acknowledge his true feelings for Morgan.
I didn't have an "extreme" reaction, but just like the first book in this series, About That Night, the characters are very likeable and they all have a great sense of humor. I especially love books that make me laugh out loud or smile or have some other outward reaction. This book did exactly that.