Murphy's Law, by Lori Foster is an enjoyable contemporary romance with an underling mystery mixed into the plot.
As the story unfolds, it's evident that Ashley Miles is determined to be independent and not fall for the wealthy and accomplished businessman, Quinton Murphy, even if their chemistry is unmistakable. However, their lives are slightly intertwined already and when an unknown someone is after Ashley, there's no stopping Quinton from trying to protect and claim her.
In chapter 2, Ashley is thinking that "whatever could go wrong, did. Murphy's Law. In her case it was more like Quinton Murphy's Law because when she got near him, she made mistakes left and right. One look at the man and she forgot common sense, self-restraint, and her touted goals for the future."
Since it's the second book in the Law series, it's recommended to start with the first book, Jude's Law, yet it's not necessary to read the books in order.
Murphy's Law is a captivating book with intriguing characters, and it's geared towards those who enjoy reading modern romance stories.
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