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Friday, 10 February 2017

Review: Laws of Attraction

Laws of Attraction Laws of Attraction by R.C. Boldt
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

OMG this book! I already loved Lawson Briggs from the other three stories in this series, but now I love him even more. He is the sweetest, most caring, and thoughtful guy ever. AND he's hilariously funny too! What more could you possibly want in a guy? The body? Yep, he's got that too.
When we first got to meet Langley Ford, she was quiet, observant and reserved. Slowly, but surely, Lawson brings her out of her shell. She begins to embrace her feminine side, starts joining in on the jokes, and fully immerses herself into this crazy group of friends.

I had so many emotions throughout this book. One minute I'm cringing at one of Lawson's silly t-shirts, the next I'm giggling at his Yodaisms. I even shed a few tears. Okay, maybe quite a few tears. I honestly think I have loved each of these books more and more with every one that I read. Each character becomes more lovable. I want these people in my life!

One of my fave books this year!

Blurb
RC Boldt's fourth book in the Teach Me series shows us that sometimes the perfect person for you is the one you least expected it to be ...

Langley Ford is the definition of serious. Going through life as a pararescue jumper, working solely around men, she’s had to go above and beyond to prove she’s their equal. In fact, she can’t recall the last time she allowed herself to truly relax or let her guard down.

Always the one others rely on to crack jokes, the one to liven things up, Lawson Briggs is a fun, easygoing guy who doesn’t take life too seriously. But witnessing so many of his friends falling in love, he begins to wonder what the fuss is about. Will he ever fall prey to that infamous “love bug”?

Langley is now out of the military and working at a security consulting firm. When she meets the tall, bearded teacher who has endless wisecracks and comments, a part of her wishes she could be like him, wishes she could remember how.

While Lawson might be the best person to teach her how to live life to the fullest, will Langley be the one who teaches him all about love?

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