He’s used to getting what he wants
A former football star and one of Chicago’s top prosecutors, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cade Morgan will do anything to nail a corrupt state senator, which means he needs Brooke Parker’s help. As general counsel for a restaurant company, she can get a bug to the senator’s table at one of her five-star restaurants so the FBI can eavesdrop on him. All Cade has to do is convince Brooke to cooperate—and he’s not afraid to use a little charm, or the power of his office, to do just that.
and what he wants is her.
A savvy businesswoman, Brooke knows she needs to play ball with the U.S. Attorney’s office—even if it means working with Cade. No doubt there’s a sizzling attraction beneath all their sarcastic quips, but Brooke is determined to keep things casual. Cade agrees—until a surprising turn of events throws his life into turmoil, and he realizes that he wants more than just a good time from the one woman with whom he could fall terrifyingly, irresistibly in love . . .
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Best Contemporary Romance of 2013, AAR Readers' Poll
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“LOVE IRRESISTIBLY has firmly established Julie James as one of today’s premiere contemporary romance authors. Fresh and inventive, full of intelligent people and witty repartee, this is a great story in a fantastic series …. recommended not only to fans of the series, but fans of solid and realistic love stories.” —Fresh Fiction
“As a former attorney, romance writer Julie James really gets what it’s like to work in the legal profession. ‘Love Irresistibly’ is the best book yet in her FBI/U.S. Attorney series.” —The Washington Post
“This is what I look for in a contemporary romance: great characters, a believable blend of romance, funny dialog that all comes together in a story that flows with feeling and depth to it as well. It’s damn near perfect.” —Dear Author
“James introduces another pair of tough-minded professionals who need each other as a reminder of the value in a life well lived along with a career well earned. Sexy, yes, but also warm and funny. Too many lawyers? Never.” —Library Journal