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A good story Don t be surprised if the villain is easily recognizable This novel had many components I enjoy about historical suspense a barrister, courtroom drama, brawls, romance and action The proses are beautifully written However, one area I felt lacking was the hero and the heroine were too perfect.What makes a novelinteresting is character flaws Who wants to read cookie cutter characters Despite the heroine stubborness, she could do everything perfectly Another aspect that c A good story Don t be surprised if the villain is easily recognizable This novel had many components I enjoy about historical suspense a barrister, courtroom drama, brawls, romance and action The proses are beautifully written However, one area I felt lacking was the hero and the heroine were too perfect.What makes a novelinteresting is character flaws Who wants to read cookie cutter characters Despite the heroine stubborness, she could do everything perfectly Another aspect that cause me to reduce my rating this young lady has been studying the science of law her entire life but does not use one iotta of her intellectual knowledge to help solve the murder case Her best friend who lived within the confines of the Era wasinteresting.The hero had a competitive nature, however did he have to be presented as a man who won at at everything I would have preferred he be presented as a man who had some enemies that were at least working against him Nor, would I have lost respect for him if he d gotten into a fight and had to lick his wounds Men love challenges Spoiler Alert good grief, he was too perfect, he did not have to chase after her to get her panties off I knew she was attracted to certain types of men, but she should not easily given away her virginity The secondary characters helped move this story forward I think, the storyline itself would not have held my interest if not for them Especially when certain inserts felt written by a historian.3.5 stars Overall a good lengthy story, but no Wow factor Pbs copy, 3.5 This was an entertaining and uncomplicated story The sizzling chemistry between barrister Jack Harding and Lady Evelyn Darlington sustained it though Evelyn s unofficial fianc , an Oxford scholar, is wrongfully accused of murder and she needs jury master Jack Harding s help Jack Harding was an apprentice of Evelyn s barrister father and her childhood crush Jack has his docket full but gratitude to Evelyn s father urges him to accept Randolph s case And since Evelyn will not allow him to inv This was an entertaining and uncomplicated story The sizzling chemistry between barrister Jack Harding and Lady Evelyn Darlington sustained it though Evelyn s unofficial fianc , an Oxford scholar, is wrongfully accused of murder and she needs jury master Jack Harding s help Jack Harding was an apprentice of Evelyn s barrister father and her childhood crush Jack has his docket full but gratitude to Evelyn s father urges him to accept Randolph s case And since Evelyn will not allow him to investigate prove Randolph s innocence alone, the search pushes them together The sexual tension is so palpable but Evelyn is torn by her loyalty to Randolph and knows that Jack Harding is not the love and marrying type Jack Harding has always seen women as a distraction from his career ambitions He has never planned to get a wife and family But this is a romance so of course those doubts prove puny to the love brewing between them I read this in one sitting after a particularly hard deadline It was lively enough to pick up my mood I just had one issue though The moment that Jack Harding s friends met Evelyn, they immediately assumed that she would distract him from his work and even offered advice how not to let it happen I didn t understand why they would jump to that immediately as though Jack s skills and intelligence would be impaired by a woman It was actually an insult to him It was just so presumptuous and illogical Anyway, by the end of the book, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the author Tina Gabrielle is a lawyer as well and even a former mechanical engineer Wow See Romance writers are not stupid Despite a few historical inaccuracies too early for her to wear drawers, the terms feminist and suffragist weren t in use during the Regency , this was a nice mystery romance hybrid, blending the best elements of both genres No damsels in distress here In the Barrister s Chambers by Tina GabrielleRegency Romance Sept 6th, 20113 starsWhen Lady Evelyn Darlington s fianc , Randol h is accused of murder, she turns to Jack Harding for help Jack Harding was once her father s Her father is a law professor pupil, but is now a famous lawyer in his own right Although Evelyn used to worship Jack when she was young, they no longer keep in touch after Evelyn s family moved With his brilliant track record, Evelyn is hoping that Jack can defend Ran In the Barrister s Chambers by Tina GabrielleRegency Romance Sept 6th, 20113 starsWhen Lady Evelyn Darlington s fianc , Randol h is accused of murder, she turns to Jack Harding for help Jack Harding was once her father s Her father is a law professor pupil, but is now a famous lawyer in his own right Although Evelyn used to worship Jack when she was young, they no longer keep in touch after Evelyn s family moved With his brilliant track record, Evelyn is hoping that Jack can defend Randolph and acquit him of murder Evelyn knows that sweet and scholarly Randolph, is innocent, but can she convince herself that she s not attracted to Jack any And can Jack convince Evelyn that Randolph is not the man for her With its unique setting, I really enjoyed this romance about lawyers in the early 1800s Jack is a fascinating jack of all trades pardon the pun character Even though he s a lawyer, he seems to know how to do everything from spying to lock picking He s definitely quite a guy and a very glib talker too Unfortunately, Jack makes Evelyn seems really, really bland She s too goody goody too shoes and naive for me to believe The literary clich of a beautiful girl not realizing her own attractiveness is also a bit too unbelievable Still, the awesome hero and the entertaining who done it part of the story kept me on my toes to the very end.Solid and engaging, this is an enjoyable Regency romance especially for fans who love the courtroom drama genre and a good mystery.Reviewed by Pauline from the Bookaholics Romance Club Originally posted at Evelyn Darlington knows law She s been reading her father s law books for years When she was twelve years old, she had a tremendous crush on Jack Harding, one of her father s best law students Being a precocious, charming, intelligent little girl, she d done all she could to gain his attention, even learning Latin verbs as well as studying law books with evenfervor Now ten years later, she watches Jack in court and know Originally posted at Evelyn Darlington knows law She s been reading her father s law books for years When she was twelve years old, she had a tremendous crush on Jack Harding, one of her father s best law students Being a precocious, charming, intelligent little girl, she d done all she could to gain his attention, even learning Latin verbs as well as studying law books with evenfervor Now ten years later, she watches Jack in court and knows she still feels a connection with him for all the good it s worth she tells herself But she needs his legal help and plans to have it one way or another.Jack Harding is a winning lawyer, called the people s lawyer , and he loves winning Every win is like a drug addiction He wantsandThe law is his mistress and demands his all A wife and family are not in his plans because he knows law will always be first But when little Evie , now the breathtakingly beautiful, elegant, golden haired Lady Evelyn with the turquoise eyes, asks for his help to clear her soon to be fianc of a murder charge, Jack s body takes no heed of his brain s logical reasoning From the minute Jack sees the grown up Evie, he knows she s nothing but trouble Even as a child she had a know it all attitude She d been a little minx he doubts she s changed She has asophisticated scholarly aura about her now, but she also has a determined look Jack has no idea that his scent and the feel of his touch are intoxicating to her untried body and heart.The tangled messes Jack and Evie get themselves into, as they try to prove Randolph Sheldon did not murder his cousin Bessie Whitfield, keep the reader intrigued His lawyer friends, James, Brent, and Anthony rally to the cause while all the time giving Jack a lot of grief about his new Lady Of course, Jack denies there is anything other than his sense of obligation to his old master the Earl of Lyndale, Evie s father The three lawyer friends James Devlin and Brent Stone inject humor, advice, and a touch of mystery while Anthony Stevens puts in a bit of cynicism and a somewhat crude attitude about women He s a divorce lawyer and knows too many secrets about too many ladies.Other secondary characters that ramp up the action and the tension as the plot unfolds are the hiding Randolph Simon Guthrie, the go between for Randolph and Evie the Earl of Lyndale the Earl of Newland Evie s friend Georgina s father, Maxwell and Bessie Whitfield, the lady of the night with a diary Who are good guys and who are bad guys gives the reader some surprising shocks Who would have thought it Tina Gabrielle uses the elements of the English Regency period to create a tantalizing setting for a plot that twists and turns from the halls of academia to the fetid alleys of London with characters ranging from nobility to rough, dangerous thieves and smugglers Ms Gabrielle s well developed characters, her descriptions that quicken the senses and the magical love scenes make In The Barrister s Chambers spellbinding How she untangles all, and ties up all the loose ends to get to a happy ever after keeps the reader turning pages.I m looking forward to James Devlin s story In The Barrister s Bed and hoping there will be stories about Brent Stone, the gorgeous, mysterious lawyer and Anthony Stevens, the cynical lawyer Tina Gabrielle has created convincing three dimensional characters in her book In the Barrister s Chambers The characters speak, act and seem to feel the way a real person would in a similar situation The plot has many twists and turns that keep you riveted to your seat and turning pages to see what happens next.Lady Evelyn Darlington loves the law After all she was raised by her widowed father who was a professor at Inns of Court that took pupils under his wing for tutelage One such pupil w Tina Gabrielle has created convincing three dimensional characters in her book In the Barrister s Chambers The characters speak, act and seem to feel the way a real person would in a similar situation The plot has many twists and turns that keep you riveted to your seat and turning pages to see what happens next.Lady Evelyn Darlington loves the law After all she was raised by her widowed father who was a professor at Inns of Court that took pupils under his wing for tutelage One such pupil was Jack Harding Lady Evelyn had been entranced by Jack Harding even as a child.Jack Harding is now a successful barrister and Lady Evelyn requires his services for her soon to be betrothed who has been accused of murder After convincing Harding to accept the case, Lady Evelyn manages to worm her way into the investigation at every turn.Because I don t believe in giving out spoilers, I will not talk about the rest of the book.but know it is a fabulous read It does contain some well written areas that firmly sizzle on the page In the Barrister s Chamber is an excellent read It contains romance, intrigue, mystery, and some revenge You can t go wrong reading this one.Kensington Publishing provided this book free of charge for an honest review *Download Book ☂ In the Barrister’s Chambers ⇹ Courting dangerLady Evelyn Darlington s first love was the law But since a woman scholar meets nothing but ridicule from men, she has given up and chosen a future husband Randolph seems adequate for the task to provide intelligent conversation and not annoy her too much Of course, before they can be engaged, she ll have to do something about the murder charge hanging over his head If only London s top barrister wasn t Jack Harding, object of all her unattainable girlhood fantasiesAnd seducing scandalJack Harding remembers Evelyn well but the idea that the gorgeous woman standing before him is little Evie, the professor s daughter, is incredible He knows better than to enter a business relationship when he wants to pursue pleasure Yet however desirable she is now, Evie is still Evie stubborn, smart, and never willing to take no for an answer Even though proving her fianc s innocence might just cost her her own Reviewed By Sarah L.Review Copy Provided By PublisherIn The Barrister s Chambers was definitely a delight to read It had an engaging storyline along with murder intrigue that kept me guessing until the end There is also great character development I enjoyed getting to know both Jack and Evelyn as they were very likeable characters They are folks that I d have enjoyed getting to know in real life As for Randolph, he s not an unlikeable character by any means but I would definitely agree wi Reviewed By Sarah L.Review Copy Provided By PublisherIn The Barrister s Chambers was definitely a delight to read It had an engaging storyline along with murder intrigue that kept me guessing until the end There is also great character development I enjoyed getting to know both Jack and Evelyn as they were very likeable characters They are folks that I d have enjoyed getting to know in real life As for Randolph, he s not an unlikeable character by any means but I would definitely agree with Jack when he thought He is just a boy what she needs is a man Evelyn is a strong, independent woman and it s obvious she would dominate in any relationship with Randolph Jack and Evelyn however have great chemistry and work very well together as a team Jack is a much better match for Evelyn.The interaction with the other 3 barristers was great They were amusing, charming and flirtatious I look forward to reading the rest of their stories and can t wait until the next one is released in September, 2012 I love the Regency period with all of its rakes and hellions There s something about reading about spunky heroines taming the wild men of Society that s so appealing This was my first barrister though and, I ll have to admit, I wasn t sure I d like a lawyer hero at first I was so wrong Gabrielle has created a whole new image of barristers in my mind with this novel Jack Harding is hot and seductive and hot and intelligent and hotdid I mention hot I also enjoyed the spunky Lady Evelyn I love the Regency period with all of its rakes and hellions There s something about reading about spunky heroines taming the wild men of Society that s so appealing This was my first barrister though and, I ll have to admit, I wasn t sure I d like a lawyer hero at first I was so wrong Gabrielle has created a whole new image of barristers in my mind with this novel Jack Harding is hot and seductive and hot and intelligent and hotdid I mention hot I also enjoyed the spunky Lady Evelyn Darlington Her background with the hero and understanding of the life he lived was a treat for me She wasn t your typical Society lady I thoroughly enjoyed every little spark that flared between them.I can t wait to get my hands on the other barristers who were friends and colleagues with Jack Definitely want to see them find women they deserve.Yummy read