Image of Something About You (Berkley Sensation)


Image of Something About You (Berkley Sensation)

Something About You is just plain fun! James is a master of witty repartee and the dialogue between the two main characters is seriously entertaining. While the plot is enjoyable and moves the story along quite nicely, it's the two characters that drive the story. James' story offers two strong, compelling and delightful characters that absolutely must end up together.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Cameron Lynde has the misfortune to have a hotel room next door to an all-night sex marathon. Just when she thinks she's going to get some sleep, someone's murdered in the room. And her bad luck just keeps getting worse when FBI agent Jack Pallas knocks on her door. He hates her enough to make her life miserable and while his hatred is justifiable, he doesn't know the truth.

Jack cannot believe it: Cameron Lynde, the woman who ruined his life, is his star witness to a high-profile murder. It's not enough that she ruined his career and sent him to Nebraska for three years, he's still incredibly attracted to her. Can he find room in his heart to forgive her and give in to his attraction, or will her betrayal keep them apart? (BERKLEY SENSATION, Mar., 336 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed by: 
Annette Elton