Winning a high-profile case has given a huge boost to New York attorney DeAngelo Di Meglio's career - and his love life. Too bad fame hasn't helped him win the woman he's been infatuated with for years. Tired of waiting and wondering, Angelo books a trip to the singles-only Bahamas resort where Peyton Mahoney is celebrating her thirtieth birthday. And just as he hoped, when they finally connect, the chemistry is mind-blowing....
Two weeks in paradise has given Peyton some sizzling memories. That's all she expects - or wants - from a legendary player like Angelo. Having grown up on Chicago's South Side, she is worlds away from his life of privilege. Then a controversial case puts them on opposing sides. And as sexual tension spills over from the courtroom to the bedroom, there's no way they can ignore the undeniable attraction....
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes! It has just the right amount of romance and eroticism that makes it believable and stimulating.
What other book might you compare Courting Justice to and why?
A Madaris Christmas Wedding
Have you listened to any of Pete Ohms’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes I have and it is spot on. He has a very sexy voice that pairs just right with the books he reads.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
This book was one of the best book I have read. Thank you for that . Can't wait for the movie or tv show about the Madaris's
slow storyline. the ending appeared rush. I love Jackson's book but this was not her best
I love the narrator's deep voice but just can't understand why he chose to drag out the female characters lines. It was like he paused after every word. Is that how he thinks women talk? The story itself was OK but Peyton and her way of thinking got on my nerves.
Another great love story! Best moment in the story is when she realized just how much she loved him.....in his office😊!
I really loved the story. Once again Brenda deliver's a great story full of drama and cliff hangers but then it all comes together in the end. I am now making a start on the Madris series. I can't wait to get stuck in.