Review: Triple Jeopardy (Lawyers Behaving Badly #2) by Cleo Peitsche


Title: Triple Jeopardy
Author: Cleo Peitsche
Publisher/Year:  Pouch Production 4/27/16
Length:   102  pages
Series:  Lawyers Behaving Badly #2


Maisie is so screwed. Literally–who could resist dominant billionaire bosses? But it’s more complicated than that.

Ethan Brennbach. Raphael Lattimore. Trent Banno. To protect their most vulnerable clients, these hot lawyers aren’t just bending the rules.

They’re breaking the law.

If Maisie is too attached to turn her bosses in, she should at least get the hell away. Fast.

But she’s starting to unravel their secrets. Plus, it’s hard to run when she’s always on her knees.

And even harder when her heart is on the line.

My Thoughts

Ahhh the saga continues here for Maisie, both professionally and personally.  We see that her interactions with the three partners continues to bring a lot of heat and steam into what ever it is that they have, and at the same time, Maisie is trying to figure out if she wants to be a lawyer, if she can be one even.

In this second book, we see that Ms Donohue has something to hide, and perhaps that is why she’s so hard on Maisie.  there’s a moment that they share where Ms D gives her a bit more information about Ethan’s accident, but Maisie then finds out that what she was told wasn’t the whole truth, and of course that sets off alarm bells.  personally, i think i have her figured out from the hints that we’ve gotten so far, but i guess i’ll need to read on to see for certain.

We see a new friendship growing in Jayne – another lawyer there, and that’s something that i’m happy to see since it seems like Maisie is going to need support from someone.

Then of course there’s the fact that about 3/4 of the way through this book, Maisie’s life is turned upside down – and not in the way that it was in book 1.  Everything that she thought she could rely on now isn’t there at all, and i wonder where we’re going to be left in the next installment since you have to wonder if all or none of the men will stand by her, and if she’s even able to survive it all.

True to form with Ms Peitsche, we get some of the hottest ‘dirtiest’ naughtiest scenes ever.  While they aren’t the entire book, they definitely take up a lot of your attention and it’s hot.  I mean, few authors write scenes between 3 or more characters as well as we get here.

On that note, enjoy!

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