Friday, March 21, 2014

Affirmation (Legal Affairs #6)

Things are off, and I can’t quite put my finger on it. Some things, however, are the same. For example, the sex with Matt is just as nuclear and consistent as it always has been.

Still… I feel like I’m holding onto Matt with my fingertips, like he’s on the verge of slipping away and I don’t know what to do.

When I started these Legal Affairs, I had no way of knowing the depth of feeling that would become involved. I had no way of knowing this man could shatter my existence.

I don’t want to be hurt, so I’m grasping hard and I can only hope that he wants me enough to hang on just as tight.

Legal Affairs is a serial romance with a whole lot of hot and a little bit of funny. It has six volumes that will be released every two weeks, the first one, entitled Objection, on January 10, 2014.
Legal Affairs – Objection – releasing January 10, 2014
Legal Affairs – Stipulation – releasing January 24, 2014
Legal Affairs – Violation – releasing February 7, 2014
Legal Affairs – Mitigation – releasing February 21, 2014
Legal Affairs – Reparation – releasing March 7, 2014
Legal Affairs – Affirmation – releasing March 21, 2014

We are finally at the end of our time with Mac and Matt! I am not sure whether to be happy or not because I will miss these two! I was anxious, however, to find out how it ends so I think I can be happy with that. In this book we have Mac and Matt trying to have a relationship, trying being the key word because as you read in the last book, Reparation, Matt’s ex-wife is causing some problems with Matt and his son. After the last sex scene, you knew something was wrong because Matt didn’t say Mac’s name like he normally did and this was a huge warning sign for Mac. In Affirmation, Matt is pulling away from Mac and she doesn’t understand why. A new woman in the office is trying for Matt and since no one knows about them, Matt isn’t fighting off the attention, not to mention the nights he isn’t spending with Mac or really trying to be there for her. One night, Matt tells Mac that he is going out with the boys from the firm and that it will just be a guy’s night out, as it turns out the next morning, it wasn’t just a guy’s night out but a night out with the woman who wants her man. Mac finally gets tired of it and confronts him and not to her surprise they end up parting ways but for good this time. She finally understands that she can no longer try for Matt if he isn’t willing to open his heart for her; he has too much hate in it for Cal and his ex-wife to let Mac in. After a week of not talking Matt finally transfers Mac to a different department that way she is no longer around him and this was the final straw. Mac emails a letter of resignation to Matt and he relents but accepts it with a heavy heart that in two weeks’ time she will be gone. Mac has a plan now that she is about to be unemployed and she calls up Cal for lunch to help. Not only is she asking Cal with help on her Jackson case, she is offering him a way to do what he loves: open a law firm together. At first Cal isn’t sure this is a real deal but when Mac produces the business proposal she has, Cal agrees. When Matt sees them together and sees the job plans they have he reaches his breaking point and knows that there is no going back with Mac. With only two weeks left working at the firm what will happen with these two?  Will they finally get a happily ever after or will Matt’s past emotions make him lose the love of his life? Read the final book in the Legal Affairs series to find out what happens to Mac and Matt. You will not be disappointed! 


USA Today Best-Selling Author, Sawyer Bennett is a snarky southern woman and reformed trial lawyer who decided to finally start putting on paper all of the stories that were floating in her head. She is married to a mobster (well, a market researcher) and they have two big, furry dogs who hog the bed. Sawyer would like to report she doesn't have many weaknesses but can be bribed with a nominal amount of milk chocolate.


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