Once upon a time, two lawyers fell in love across a courtroom...
Gabrielle and Braden have fallen in love and face a bright future together if they can just survive all of the crazy people they encounter, like anonymous napkin droppers, UFO enthusiasts, crooked businessmen, nude drunk drivers, and a woman who tries to break into jail. When the gavel falls, will the verdict be happily ever after?
Come join the fun as the talented Tavia Gilbert brings the sexiest couple in the Philadelphia Criminal Court System and their witty banter and red hot lovin' alive, with a dash of mystery thrown in. The story that began with The Law of Attraction concludes with lots of love and laughter in The Home Court Advantage.
Note: This audiobook is intended for listeners over the age of 18.
©2013 N. M. Silber (P)2015 Post Hypnotic Press, Inc.
"This is a MUST read." (Mayas Sanders, Reading By The Book)
Absolutely I would listen to this book again. These characters are so much fun and is a great escape from real life.
My favorite part is when they were lost in the woods convinced they were actually pursuing a UFO.
I could have, but it was also easy to listen to in small settings and be able to pick right u p where I left off.
Reading by the Book Blog
Tavia hit it with the narration. The aroused voice and the quirky humor of Gabi and the other ladies. I still laughed my butt off on the different parts in the book as if I was reading because of the humor portrayed in her voice during those scenes. I was a little put off only by some of the male parts. There was not enough attitude and arrogance for the swagger of the men. Overall it was enjoyable.
Great Books Don't Promote Violence
In book 2, Braden (27) went from threatening sexual violence against Gabrielle (26) to actually hitting and humiliating the woman he claimed to adore. The author did an amazing job of trying to romanticize his aggressive and demeaning behavior; however hitting another person is a crime, not a sign of true love.
The scenes containing sexual abuse were only a tiny part of The Home Advantage, making them all the more insidious. Braden was supposed to be madly in love with Gabrielle yet had the need to inflict physical and emotional pain. Gabrielle was supposed to be a confident and intelligent professional, yet she allowed her lover to treat her worse than an animal. Would readers still find it entertaining if Braden was beating Bruno the dog rather than his girlfriend?
Normal, rational and emotionally secure women do NOT enjoy being abused. Mature and loving men do NOT enjoy hurting their sexual partners. There is nothing romantic or erotic about aggressive and violent behavior. As an A.D.A., Braden should understand that hitting Gabrielle is criminal and revolting behavior. Gabrielle, a public defender, should recognize Braden's violent outbursts as domestic abuse.
Since the author was obviously very talented, I don't know why she couldn't write a non-violent romance, in which Gabrielle was treated with respect and admiration.
"A funny, sexy second book from N.M. Silber"
If you haven't read the Lawyers in Love series yet what are you waiting for? I can promise you won’t regret it and would recommend it to all.
A funny, hot and sexy second book from N.M. Silber. Fans of the series have the pleasure of catching up with Branden, Gabrielle, Adam, Mark, Cam and Jess on their next adventure. New characters are introduced including Lily Adler. I would whole heartedly agree with another reviewers comments that the female and male characters have as much fun in bed as well as out of it and that it's mutual, with respect, love and passion from both sides equally.
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