Review: Willful Violation (Lawyers Behaving Badly #3) by Cleo Peitsche


Title: Willful Violation
Author: Cleo Peitsche
Publisher/Year:  Pouch Productions 6/7/16
Length:   121 Pages
Series:  Lawyers Behaving Badly #3


Maisie’s life is spiraling the drain. She wants to get her job back, but her rich, powerful bosses have ordered her to stay away from their law firm until things settle down.

Ethan Brennbach, Trent Banno, and Raphael Lattimore are dominant men who are used to being obeyed. Their decisions are final.

But when Maisie’s college rival sets her sights on Ethan, Maisie makes a tough decision, knowing she’ll have to accept the consequences.

Can she survive a punishment tailor-made for her, or is her pride too strong?

My Thoughts

Oh do things keep getting better and better here.  We know that there’s a case being built against the lawyers for the murder of one of their client’s estranged husbands – and we don’t know who is behind it all, but we know that there’s a case being built.  The complicated bit of course is that the deputy chief of police is the deceased brother, making it personal as well as an investigation into a death.

If that weren’t enough, we know that Maisie was fired, and she’s being questioned by the police as well – so her life just about sucks.  Her ‘frienemy’ Heather pops up again, reaching out to get an intro (again) to Ethan, and that puts Maisie on jealousy high alert, so she does something that ultimately gets her into even more trouble.

The path we take in this installment is that no one knows the truth behind the murder and the lawyers themselves know how they can get their names cleared.  On top of that, they’ve found that Maisie is almost the perfect submissive for them, and if that weren’t enough, we get in this story EXACTLY what Cleo Peitsche is best at – some amazing group scenes that are so hot that they make you wonder if you should be trying out not just a threesome but something more.  It’s not just the steamy description of things, but the real connection that you feel between the characters – and how it’s more than sex – there’s romance and true love and feeling.

Where we are left off – well Maisie is yet again a pawn, with decisions of her future being made for her without her choices – and that means that we’re going to see a spicy, feisty version come out for sure.  I can’t wait to see what happens and what role Heather will continue to play.  I’m also really curious on Ethan’s back story since that keeps on coming up and never with the say path to progression of the story.  So  – onto the next.  Have a great night all!