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Criminal lawyer, Adele Harvey, is having a bad day. Her parents are separating, her younger sister moves in with her baby, the client she thought was a woman turns out to be a man, and Ben Paxton, the guy she gave the bird to in the parking lot, is prosecuting. And he never loses.
Ben is a dozen mysteries wrapped in a sexy package. He's a billionaire yet he works as a prosecuting lawyer; he's new to the city, yet no one knows why he moved; he's hot yet he's single. Adele has her work cut out for her trying to solve his secrets and keep work separate from pleasure - not an easy task when she has to face Ben in the courtroom every day. To top it all off, it's up to her to prove her client is innocent of stealing sexually explicit artifacts.
WARNING: This novel contains a snarky heroine, bad language, some tame sex, a mystery, romance, Australian spelling, humour, and lawyers. If that doesn't sound like your cup of tea, don't read LAW UNTO HIMSELF. Otherwise, strap on for a fast-paced ride that will have you seeing the legal profession differently.