The First Law of Love

The First Law of Love Tish Gordon has always been the most stubborn of her sisters and has worked tirelessly to earn a law degree from her father s alma mater in Chicago Although the Shore Leave Caf will always be in her

  • Title: The First Law of Love
  • Author: Abbie Williams
  • ISBN: 9781771680226
  • Page: 149
  • Format: ebook
  • Tish Gordon has always been the most stubborn of her sisters, and has worked tirelessly to earn a law degree from her father s alma mater in Chicago Although the Shore Leave Caf will always be in her heart, Tish, now twenty five, wants nothing short of a high profile career in corporate law in the glamorous city where she was born There is just one minor roadblock a sTish Gordon has always been the most stubborn of her sisters, and has worked tirelessly to earn a law degree from her father s alma mater in Chicago Although the Shore Leave Caf will always be in her heart, Tish, now twenty five, wants nothing short of a high profile career in corporate law in the glamorous city where she was born There is just one minor roadblock a summer internship as a favor to her future boss Location Jalesville, Montana, where a fast talking company is snapping up acreage and threatening local business Tish heads west, determined to accomplish the internship and return to Chicago as quickly as possible But Montana proves to have distractions of its own, catching her quite off guard Particularly in the form of sexy musician cowboy Case Spicer, who once told Tish she was the love of his life As the summer heats to a boiling point, Tish must choose between the life she thinks she wants and the life that might just prove to be what she needs.

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    1. Tish Gordon has graduated from law school and is poised to begin working as an associate at the prestigious law firm where she's done her externship the past two summers. Her plan to spend her last free summer back in Landon, Minnesota is derailed when the partner asks her to help out a former colleague. The catch? It's in Jalesville, Montanae hometown of Case Spicer, the young musician that professed his heart to her seven years ago at her sister's wedding. It didn't go well. I looked forward t [...]

    2. I have kept up all of the Davis women through the Shore Leave series and The First Law of Love is by far my favorite book. I love that Abbie Williams has brought these strong, amazing women into my life. And the men! Case is such a great character; his heartache is written so beautifully that you want to cry for him. Tish has some things to work out, but when she finally does watch out because it gets HOT. The love scenes in this book are the HOTTEST yet. My husband REALLY appreciated this book [...]

    3. This was a very pleasant story of Tish Gordon, a young woman on the fast track to being a lawyer at a top Chicago law firm. But first she must spend the summer in a small Montana town helping out a lawyer there fight a corporation that is seeking to buy up properties there to turn them into expensive vacation homes. The town is afraid that people will sell out because the town’s main employer has shut down and there aren’t many jobs to keep people in town. The town can’t survive with just [...]

    4. I forgot this was a series when I started reading it. I was excited that I didn't need to read the first six books in order to read this one, although I'm guessing the supporting characters may have made more sense had I read the others. That being said.Wow. This book floored me. I wasn't expected the twists and turns that came along with the story line. I'm delighted to see that this is a series! and I'm ridiculously anxious to see where this story goes from here. The weaving of the past feelin [...]

    5. I'll call this part 1 of a 2- (or more?)part saga, as there is still a lot that will have to be resolved. But part 1 here is more than enough to get you to fall in love not only with Tish and Case and company, but with the small-town mountain West that Abbie Williams describes so beautifully: sagebrush, sunsets, rock formations, log cabins, horses, country music. (Really, you kind of have to listen to old-school country music when reading this; there's no resisting the pull.) Like all of Abbie's [...]

    6. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Tish is a recent law school grad saddled (ha I'm hilarious) with a summer internship in rural Montana before she can assume her rightful place at a fast-paced Chicago law firm. Her job: stop a greedy corporation from buying up all the property in the county and turning the town into a shallow vacation spot. One problem: this little town is home to Case, the cowboy-musician who once drunkenly professed his love to [...]

    7. This book is the 6th in a series, and the first one I read. I think perhaps you need to read the previous books to get a feel for the characters and the style of writing. The book is definitely geared towards a 20-30 year-old readership with lots of steamy, angsty scenes. I think it lacks a bit in character development and motivations. I am a fan of romance novels, but I need a bit more in terms of character development in order to care about what happens to the characters. Maybe the previous 5 [...]

    8. You will fall in love not only with the characters but with the small-town that Abbie Williams describes so beautifully. The sagebrush, beautiful sunsets, rock formations, log cabins, horses and of course country music. She paints a picture with words that puts you there. This is a standalone that you can read without reading the other ones. All though I would suggest that you read them all.

    9. Tish and Case were frustrating! Someone needs to speak up! Tish was driven, and spunky, and very likable. Case was a little bit mysterious and very sweet. They were a perfect match, if only they could see if for themselves!

    10. netgalleyThis was a nice but hot read. I have not read the whole series and was able to get the gist of, this stands alone.

    11. The First Law of Love was so good. I could not put it down. There was just so much to the story, and the words just flowed off the pages, leaving me wanting more!

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