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by Lori Foster

eBook Murphy's Law (Comfort View) download ISBN: 0758229232
Author: Lori Foster
Publisher: Kensington (June 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 288
ePub: 1718 kb
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Rating: 4.5
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

Murphy’s Law. Lori Foster.

Murphy’s Law. ZEBRA BOOKS are published by. Kensington Publishing Corp. 850 Third Avenue New York, NY 10022. First Printing: September 2006. Printed in the United States of America.

Murphy's Law (Law, Published September 1st 2006 by Zebra Books. Murphy's Law (Comfort View). Published June 1st 2008 by Kensington Publishing Corporation. Mass Market Paperback, 343 pages. Author(s): Lori Foster (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 082177803X (ISBN13: 9780821778036). Paperback, 288 pages.

Murphy's Law was a really good book. Lori Foster is a wonderful writer who includes complex characters, and twists and turns

Murphy's Law was a really good book. The characters couldn't be more opposite but I did love that about this book. Quinton the successful businessman has his sites set on Ashley who is far from rich and working multiple jobs to put support herself. Lori Foster is a wonderful writer who includes complex characters, and twists and turns.

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November 2006 : USA Library Binding.

Lori Foster is a funny, steamy, guaranteed good read! Say YES! to Lori Foster. Anything that can go wrong. Lori Foster is a funny, steamy, guaranteed good read! Say YES! to Lori Foster.

Murphy's Law. Murphy's Law: (Comfort View). May 27, 2008, Zebra Books. Paperback in English. Murphy's Law. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read.

What do you think of that? I don’t know. Her voice was high and thin with excitement, and he felt her bottom press back into his groin. His mouth very close to her ear, he continued. pants to your ankles so you can open your legs enough. From my position, I’ll be able to see all of yo. ven me going into you. She groaned, and her nipple puckered tightly beneath his fingers. You’ll brace your hands on the desktop so you can take my thrusts. It’s deep this way, Ashley. If I hurt you, I want you to tell me- Do it now. He smiled at her urgency

Lori Foster is a funny, steamy, guaranteed good read! Say YES! to Lori Foster. -Elizabeth Lowell ANYTHING THAT CAN GO WRONG. Nothing is going to go wrong. Ashley Miles has worked too hard for her independence to let some Bentley-driving hunk named Quinton Murphy interfere with her plans-or her freedom. Yes, the chemistry is phenomenal. Kind of scary, actually.

Murphy James Foster (January 12, 1849 – June 12, 1921) was the 31st Governor of the . state of Louisiana, an office he held for two terms from 1892 to 1900

Murphy James Foster (January 12, 1849 – June 12, 1921) was the 31st Governor of the . state of Louisiana, an office he held for two terms from 1892 to 1900. Foster supported the Louisiana Constitution of 1898, which effectively disfranchised the black majority, who were mostly Republicans. This led to Louisiana becoming a one-party Democratic state for several generations and excluding African Americans from the political system.

Murphy’s Law by Lori FosterLaw Murphy has the hots for Ashley Miles. He is rich and she is not. She has a plan that will see her secure with dreams fulfilled if she continues to work more than one job while going to college. That said, reading book one is not essential for this story to stand on its own. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensingington Publishing Corporation’s Zebra Books for the ARC.

Comments: (7)
Risteacor
First off I want to disagree with the statement in the above review that the phrases "watering pot" and "leg shackled" can appear in other than Regency novels. That's just stupid. I was also stymied by the one review that said there was too much sexual content, like that's even a thing. Too much sexual content. That's like too much chocolate. Sigh. But mostly, there is another review on here that almost made me skip this book, because it questioned why such an awesome hero should like an annoying twit etc. I got the impression from this that the heroine is a too stupid to live type, or prickly with no good reason. Not so, and the relationship made perfect sense to me. The villain, well that was a stretch but not too big.

And now the review. So here's Ashley, friend of May from Jude's Law. She keeps running into this hottie millionaire who seems to be interested in her. Coming from poverty, having been bullied and never feeling good enough, she questions his interest. He doesn't see these things, and in fact having come from wealth, takes all that nonsense for granted and is looking for someone real. Later on we find out more about him that doesn't fit with the usual corporate shark typecasting. Ashley is fighting not to be consumed by this relationship, because her goals are important to her and she needs to believe that she can overcome her beginnings and accomplish something on her own merit. Secret enemies and the drama thereof ensues, and the story progresses very nicely. Without spoilers, its worth noting that Lori resolves one of the thinly disguised secrets that was ought over from the first book, but I was disappointed that May was not a part of the discovery. Maybe we can imagine she will be now. We know there's no third book, but there's plenty of room for it. I'd like to see a story about Tim, or Denny.
Ieslyaenn
Murphy's Law was a really good book. The characters couldn't be more opposite but I did love that about this book. Quinton the successful businessman has his sites set on Ashley who is far from rich and working multiple jobs to put support herself.

I love Quinton and his tenacity, he was protective and sooo sweet. He didn't falter and as I got to know more about him the more I loved him.

Ashley oh did I love her, she had no filter, no qualms about saying what was on her mind her character was soo refreshing.

The chemistry between these two flowed off the pages. There is some crazy suspense in this book and moments that will make you take a deep breath. A really good read that I would recommend if you are looking for an opposites attract with a push/pull between two characters.
Barit
I loved this book. Lori Foster is a wonderful writer who includes complex characters, and twists and turns. I originally read the paperback version and when I found the ebook version I couldn't pass up the opportunity to purchase it. While this book can be read as a stand-alone, I suggest it be read after Jude's Law so you will understand some of the characters and story line. I loved the way Quintin Murphy wouldn't give up chasing Ashley Miles, even though she shut him down at every turn. The chemistry between them was so intensive it was difficult for them to stay away from each other. However, each of them had things they were hiding or trying to work through. I loved that in the end they were able to help each other with the hurdles they were facing. The dialog is fast and funny. The characters are believable and likable. The way Lori Foster writes her characters reminds me a lot of Jennifer Crusie and Rachel Gibson.
Kesalard
Enjoyable, snarky romance. Lori Foster's stories are always interesting.
Stand-alone that is easy to follow. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking and humorous dialogue.

I may re-read this story and always look forward to works by this author.
Thordira
Once involved I couldn't put it down. Would Elton get his way and ruin Ashley? Could Ashley's new found love be hurt also? Number 2 in the series.
Jusari
This second book of the series was as good as the first. They have great characters. Lots of storyline twists. I love that they have an audio option!
HyderCraft
The dialogue is quick & believable. The story is fiction & mystery w/a touch of reality. Nearest perfection I've read in awhile. Thank you Lori!
Too much sexual content. Unbelievable plot. I finished the book, but couldn't wait to be done with it.
I don't recommend this book.