Things Are Going to Slide review ë 3

review Things Are Going to Slide

Things Are Going to Slide review ë 3 ´ In Things Are Going to Slide Marilee Carson Cooper daughter of a prominent southern family teaches law and runs a law school legal aid clinic in the small Alabama town her family has inhabited for generations But then things slip out of her control She is pregnant with her second child when her husband leaHings slip out of her control She is pregnant with her second child when her husband leaves her for another man She loses a coveted job to her first love that would ensure her financial security and she is desperately t. From page one I instantly empathised with Marilee I found her character to be warm compassionate but strong Pregnant recovering from a break up and fighting for her job the odds are against her coupled with the office politics and then when her college sweetheart turns up and takes her promised job this makes for an explosive plot which I felt did deliverThis is a legal drama and a romance novel and I found it uite fast paced there's always something going on and I read it really uickly I pictured it a bit like the US TV show LA LawI'm a bit of a legal addict when it comes to books and TV so I was looking forward to reading this and I wasn't disappointed This isn't typical chick lit though the romance is subtly intertwined with the legal issues which made it feel realistic you're not expecting any kind of happy endingI've read enough John Grisham and watched enough US legal TV shows to get to grips with the legal issues however I assume if someone just picks this up and expects a regular romantic novel they may find it a little hard to follow I understand that the author Rangeley Wallace is a lawyer so I didn't doubt any of the legal processesOverall I really enjoyed it but it ended too uickly and I wanted the story to carry on maybe there's a seuel or a series in it

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In Things Are Going to Slide Marilee Carson Cooper daughter of a prominent southern family teaches law and runs a law school legal aid clinic in the small Alabama town her family has inhabited for generations But then t. If one were to read only the short synopsis Things Are Going To Slide might sound like just another contemporary piece of women's fiction But a reader needn't scratch the surface much in order to discover it is than thatThis smartly written story by Rangeley Wallace defies the genre descriptions typically used to tout commercial fiction Though both a legal drama and contemporary romance the author an attorney herself offers this work as an occasion to educate as much as to entertainThe plot Marilee Carson Cooper law professor who also runs the school legal clinic is two weeks away from delivering her second child Her husband recently left her for another man and she's just about to lose her long desired and much deserved job promotion to none other than her high school boyfriend back in the small southern town where they grew up; this is just the beginning of things that begin to slide in Marilee's lifeThe reader simultaneously absorbs salient clinical law facts Wallace the author is a practicing attorney along with cutthroat realities of law school academic office politics not to mention heartbreaking details of family lawThe story's light hearted underbelly mixed with southern family sensibilities make this novel a fast and enjoyable read

Rangeley Wallace ï 3 review

Things Are Going to SlideRying to help a teen age mother accused of murdering her baby Described by one reader as smart chick litmom litlaw lit and another asthe kind of book that makes you keep reading long after you meant to turn out the ligh. This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest reviewMarilee is pregnant with her second child her husband left her for another man she lost her dream job to her first love and has to find a way to publish or perish This was a well written realistic book that deals with real life problems The second chance romance was complicated and interesting Marilee was a single working mother and I think the author did a great job showing how hard it is to juggle a job and being a mother I had a hard time getting into the book it seemed to start off a little bit slow and I was kinda confused at the beginning as to what was going on I didn't know anything about American Law the bar system or what a legal clinic was so to understand what was happening I had to put the book down and do some research Some of the wording and phrases used were a little bit of a barrier This book was well written and the plot was good but because of the slow beginning the research I had to do and the language barrier I gave it a two star rating