Case of Desire

Case of Desire Rich super successful New York attorney Maxwell Wade has never lost a case Hired by Hopewell General to settle a potentially explosive lawsuit the freewheeling bachelor plans to continue his winning

  • Title: Case of Desire
  • Author: Jacquelin Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780373862320
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rich, super successful New York attorney Maxwell Wade has never lost a case Hired by Hopewell General to settle a potentially explosive lawsuit, the freewheeling bachelor plans to continue his winning streak by getting Camille Hunter into bed The spunky PR manager is arousing a healthy dose of desire but seems to be the only woman immune to his sensual charms.Camille wasRich, super successful New York attorney Maxwell Wade has never lost a case Hired by Hopewell General to settle a potentially explosive lawsuit, the freewheeling bachelor plans to continue his winning streak by getting Camille Hunter into bed The spunky PR manager is arousing a healthy dose of desire but seems to be the only woman immune to his sensual charms.Camille wasn t expecting Prince Charming when she meets the suavely handsome hotshot lawyer Forced to work together to protect the Virginia hospital from erupting scandal, she knows she won t be able to resist Max for long But she doesn t plan to be just another notch in the seductive playboy s belt Until Max stuns her with a passionate declaration and makes his case for love

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    1. This was really a poor ending to the Hopewell General series. I didn't read the first book, but read the middle two which were good. This story had potential, but the writing was just so mediocre. Camille and Maxwell really had no chemistry, and the dialogue between them was just so juvenile. I often had to think to myself, how old are these two again. The love scenes had no descriptive details. They were along the line of "and they started making love and it was wonderful." There were also a fe [...]

    2. I was real nervous about reading the story, after reading some of the reviews. I will say I don't totally disagree with some of the comments. It was not horrible, it was just okay. It wasn't a lack of details during sex that was an issue for me, because I don't need to the details to feel the chemistry and emotions between characters. I struggled to get a feel for the chemistry between Camille and Maxwell. Chemistry is not about getting sexual, its about feeling a connection. The words were on t [...]

    3. Let me start by saying the only reason I purchased this book is because I have read the first three books in the series and loved them all. This book was a HUGE disappointment. The quality of writing as well as the writing style is so sophomoric and cumbersome to read that I had a difficult time getting through the book. Additionally, there were several very basic editing errors that were distracting and frustratiting to read. Several times the author referred to a character by the wrong name, t [...]

    4. Mediocre book. I had high expectations for the conclusion of the Hopewell general series. Not only was I disappointed but I felt that the book lacked too many details. Maxwell and Camille's relationship progressed too quickly and lacked a basic foundation along with passion. I also thought that Matthews case wasn't elaborated enough. I would've liked to also see Dudley brought up on sexual harassment. Over all the series was pleasant. Maureen Smith's Romancing the M.D was the best read.

    5. This last installment of the Hopewell General series was a let down. After the third installment written by Maureen Smith, I was expecting the last one to be filled with explicit details not just about the romance, but the case against Terrence Matthews as welld I didn't get that. I was very disappointed. I would have loved to know the outcome of all the couples by the last one, but didn't get that either.

    6. This book is for those who considers themselves true romantics. From the beginning of this story the main character Camille finds Maxwell who appears to be the man of her dreams. The question I had was whether she would fit into the life of a man which so many other women craved. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend adding it to your reading list.

    7. This book was just ok for me it was alot of hit and miss for me on the chemistry of Malcolm and Camille. Hate saying this this because Jacquelin is one of my favorite authors. But Im a ride r die chick for my authors Im still rollin with her.

    8. I enjoyed the book, it had a really good hero and heroine but it somehow felt incomplete or rushed.  I expected a more in depth look into Maxwell and Camille but it felt like that was missing.  The author tells a good story nonetheless.

    9. Not happy with the ending of the series. It read as if it was written for teenagers. I did enjoy catching up with the couples fro book 1,2, and 3 in the Hopewell General Series.

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