Though Rylann Pierce tried to fight the sparks she felt for billionaire heir Kyle Rhodes the night they met, their sizzling chemistry was undeniable. So when she finds herself face-to-face with Kyle in a courthouse nine years later, she’s stunned. More troubling to the beautiful. From the New York Times bestselling Julie James--a delicious new romance featuring a beautiful Assistant U.S. Attorney who has some unfinished. Read About That Night read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. About That Night is a Romance novel by Julie James.

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Easy by Tammara Webber About That Night by Julie James On Dublin Street by Samantha Young Slammed by Colleen Hoover Bared to You by Sylvia Day. "Will make you smile and want much more of Julie James." --TwoLips .. "If you live in Chicago, what are you doing spending the night in a hotel?" Officer. After graduating from law school, New York Times bestselling author Julie James clerked for the United States Court of cover image of About That Night.

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The book moved from the very first page to the very end of the book. I honestly have to go out and download the other books by this author.

I think I have found another favorite author to add to my collection. It is utterly enchanting, sensual and fabulous. Julie James gives a robust voice to contemporary courtships! Amusing and sexy, Julie James books are flirtatious temptations for every reader.

Every single one she has written is on my keeper shelves—they are that good. Shelves: cotton-candy-fluff , cr , read-in , apr , awww , authors-i-stalk , my-reviews , second-chances , wow Julie James makes me want to throw my psychology degree out the window and try out for law school instead. If all this sass and bad-assery is what they teach in law, sign me up!

After having read all of JJ's published novels so far, there are several things I've come to expect from her: 1. Confident, bold, and yummy heroes whose jobs or pasts involve the law in some way. Sarcastic, spirited, and driven heroines who're usually attorneys. A fabulous cast of supporting characters who add more life to the novel than anything else. No drawn-out, prolonged drama whatsoever.

These stories are fast-paced, realistic, natural, and long enough to be neither tedious nor abrupt, but just right. James delivers on all five accounts again, and then some. Although many law students had no clue what type of law they wanted to practice after graduation, this was not the case with Rylann.

She'd known since she was ten that she wanted to become a criminal prosecutor and had never wavered in that, despite the lure of money offered by big law firms. Sure, that paid the bills-and then some-but civil litigation seemed too dry and impersonal for her tastes. Corporation X suing Company Y for millions of dollars in a lawsuit that could go on for years without anyone giving a damn except for the lawyers who billed three thousand hours a year working on it.

No thank you. Rylann wanted to be in court every day, in the thick of things, trying cases that meant something.

And in her mind, not much could be more meaningful than putting criminals behind bars. A male voice coming from across the table interrupted her thoughts. Remind me how the girl who's second in our law school class couldn't work herself a better deal. Rylann could guess the reason for the glow.

In addition to being done with finals, summer break meant that Shane got to return home to Des Moines and see his girlfriend, with whom he was adorably smitten-although being a guy, he naturally tried to conceal that fact. At seven a.

About That Night

Like a little hangover's going to get in the way of a man in love. That's very romantic," Rylann said. A voice, low and masculine, came from her right.

Guys like the one leaning against the bar next to her did not exist in Champaign-Urbana.

Actually, guys like the one next to her didn't exist anyplace she knew of. His dark blond hair was thick and slightly on the longer side, just brushing against the collar of his navy flannel shirt.

He was tall, with piercing blue eyes and an angular jaw that was slightly scruffy, as if he hadn't shaved for a couple days, and had a leanly muscular body. He wore dark jeans and well-worn construction-type boots and, together with the flannel, looked ruggedly masculine and wholly, undeniably sexy.

Undoubtedly, she was not the first woman to blink twice at the sight of him, nor would she be the last.


And he appeared to be fully aware of this fact. His blue eyes sparkled with amusement as he rested one elbow against the bar, all confidence as he waited for her response. It was the first thought that popped into Rylann's head. Her second thought was that her first thought was ridiculous, and she nearly laughed out loud at herself.

He was just some guy in a bar; having spent five years in a college town that allowed people to enter bars at the age of nineteen, she'd seen plenty of those.

She gestured to the crowd around them. It was after eleven o'clock, and the place was packed to the gills.

It's a party for everybody. You're graduating this weekend. You just took your last exam, and tonight you're celebrating your entry into the real world. You scored a job with Leo Burnett and are about to move into your first apartment in Chicago, a quaint and overpriced two bedroom in Wrigleyville that you'll share with your roommate over there.

She rested her arm on the bar. I was going for confident and perceptive.

She handed over two twenties and waited for her change. Law school. You're putting off the real world for another three years, then.Remind me how the girl who's second in our law school class couldn't work herself a better deal.

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Or at least one of them. After having read all of JJ's published novels so far, there are several things I've come to expect from her: 1.

If campus security gives me any trouble, I'll scare them off with my quasi-legal credentials and remind them of the Fourth Amendment's prohibitions against illegal searches and seizures. Characters that are snarky, sarcastic, sassy, and have great one-liners.

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