A sexy small-town sheriff is the last thing a film director expects to find on his latest set in this novel of blockbuster attraction from number-one New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts.
Once Phillip Kincaid fixes his mind on something, he sets about getting it. When he's pulled over for speeding in Friendly, New Mexico, he knows the town is the perfect locale for his next film. And no-nonsense sheriff Victoria Ashton looks pretty perfect to him, too! But Tori's all business. With no interest in romance, she's giving Phillip a run for his money - making him all the more determined to show her that even a lady of the law can surrender willingly…to love.
©1984 Nora Roberts (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
Very predictable and trite. I was very disappointed.
I would have not used the whole plot. The "The Law is a Lady" started out okay, but it was downhill from there.
His reading was okay, but not great.
OK, I read some bad reviews about the book - but it's Nora Roberts - couldn't be that bad. Wrong! Couldn't finish it. I've never felt this way about one of her books before. The blurb about the book sounded interesting, and since I had a free credit what the heck. Could not care about the characters, in fact they are completely aggravating. I get so disgusted with authors who write a supposedly strong female character and she just falls all over herself for a good looking douche. Aargh!!
He did the best he could with this story
Who wrote this story I would argue this is a Nora Roberts book
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