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Dirty dishes overflowed in the sink. Food-encrusted pans covered the burners of the galley-style stove opposite the doorway. At the right rear corner, the room opened into a narrow hallway that led to the living room. In the study, a lone desk lamp illuminated a room nearly as cramped as the kitchen and just as messy, with a floor-to-ceiling stack of cardboard file boxes, plastic bins, a desk and chair, piles of magazines, and more loose paperwork.

A Dell laptop computer, its screen still glowing, reported that the last user had logged off the Internet. The couches were littered with coats and books. On the far side of the living room, the north end, the so-called front door was locked. It had not been used in years, the kitchen entry being closer to the driveway turnaround where occupants always parked.

The door to the bedroom, kitty-corner to the locked front entry, was shut, too. More toys strewn across the floor made the living room hard to navigate. The little girl who owned the toys, barely two and a half, managed the transit with no problem.

She soon stopped, wondering when her mother was going to wake up. Despite the mess, the house appeared to be in its natural state, unaffected by the force of a struggle. Her head leaned toward her right shoulder, and blood had pooled on the floor below her swollen mouth. On her bare stomach were tiny red handprints. The little girl made her way back toward the kitchen, stopping to tug at her mother again. She was hungry and equally starved for attention.

She had never gone this long without talking to an adult. Earlier, she had tried to clean her mother as her mother had so often cleaned her, using a hand mitt to wipe up the blood. She added milk to the bowl, barely noticing the bloodstains she left on the glass bottle of organic milk her mother always bought. Her hands were covered with blood. It was under her fingernails and in her hair. She ate a little but did not finish.

Her attention wandered again. The late-afternoon sun began to set. The day had almost passed, and her mother still had not gotten up. She grabbed a bottle of apple juice from the refrigerator and put it down next to her mother, then curled up beside her on the floor. Most eyes in Massachusetts that Sunday were on the New England Patriots, winners of five straight games and closing out a Cinderella season. The Patriots needed a victory to clinch the AFC East division title and a loss by the Oakland Raiders to seal an improbable bye in the first round of the playoffs.

The victory was almost a certainty, their opponents being the Carolina Panthers, a team in the midst of a fourteen-game losing streak. Still, New England was leading just 10—3 at halftime when Robert Arnold, in his late seventies, went to pick up his son, Tim, age forty-four, in Wellfleet. His father was picking him up so Tim could do his laundry at home.

By the third quarter of the game, the clothes were in the dryer and the Patriots had jumped ahead 24—6.

Tim decided to call Christa Worthington, an ex-lover who remained a friend, to see if she still wanted to go out for Sunday night dinner. He had suggested Saturday, but she had said no. Tim had gotten the impression she was going off-Cape to see her dad. He left a message on her answering machine and went back to the game. A half hour later, with New England up and running out the clock, Robert Arnold was ready to drive the six miles back to Well-fleet. Noticing a flashlight Tim had borrowed from Christa, he suggested they return it on the way.

As Robert drove around Old County Road and then cut back up Depot, Tim wondered whether he should return the flashlight unannounced. Seeing her always stirred emotions.

That hurts badly. Especially now that I can look back and see how little she was involved. He decided it would be best just to leave the flashlight on her back porch. Tim got out and grabbed the papers. They drove up the foot drive, a narrow dirt road topped with weeds and crushed clam-shells.

He also noticed the light on in her study. It was dusk. He got out, flashlight and newspapers in hand, crossed the flag-stone walkway, and went up the three steps to the kitchen landing. The rickety wooden storm door was closed.

The inside door stood open more than halfway. Looking inside, as he later recalled, he immediately saw Christa on the floor with Ava. The child appeared to be breast-feeding. He thought it an odd place to nurse, then remembered that Christa would often stop whatever she was doing to give Ava her breast, no matter where. The little girl ran to him as he stepped into the kitchen, putting the newspapers down. Ava was a talkative child, but at this moment, she said nothing, only clung to him.

He took the three or four steps across the kitchen with her in his arms and looked down at Christa. She was naked from the chest down, a bathrobe and black fleece shirt around her shoulders. Her legs were splayed. Her right knee was bent, pointing at the ceiling.

Her left leg was bent at the knee, too, but entirely flat on the ground. Tim blinked, having trouble with what he was seeing. Her lips were horribly swollen, as if she had been hit, and much blood had run down the side of her face onto the floor. Some of it was still wet, glistening. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem?

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This ia a previously-published edition - ASIN: My cock has an appetite. A huge and very particular appetite: Blonde, curvy, and preferably not a fucking liar Although, that's a story for another day. As a high profile lawyer, I don't have time to waste on relationships, so I fulfill my needs by anonymously chatting and sleeping with women I meet online. My rules are simple: One dinner. One night.

No repeats. This is only casual sex. Nothing more. Nothing less. At least it was, until "Alyssa" She was supposed to be a 27 year old lawyer, a book hoarder, and completely unattractive.

She was supposed to be someone I shared law advice with late at night, someone I could trust with details of my weekly escapades. But then she came into my firm for an interview--a college-intern interview, and everything fucking changed Get A Copy. site Edition , 1st Edition , pages. More Details Original Title. Reasonable Doubt Andrew Hamilton , Aubrey Everhart. Other Editions 4. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Reasonable Doubt , please sign up.

Where the heck is the synopsis? See 1 question about Reasonable Doubt…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 06, Christy rated it it was amazing. Audio re-read of the Reasonable Doubt series I love these books. I love Andrew Hamilton and his filthy mouth.

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Could this be any better??? My 5 star review for Reasonable Doubt: Volume 1 My 5 star review for Reasonable Doubt: Volume 2 My 4. Volume 3. View all 18 comments.

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The dude gets around. But he's too lazy to chase tail in bars so what does he do? He signs up for an exclusive dating website only for lawyers! He just wants a lil bit of lovin', if you know what I mean. May be because she flat out refuses to meet him in person and sleep with him.

But then they start talking about personal shit and become friends online. This chick D LOL can you say It was pretty fast paced and quite intense when it comes to the sex scenes.

There are definitely no rainbows or unicorns when these two have.. This dude is a bit of a savage and if you're into dirty talkers then this one's for you.

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The heroine is a bit on the doormat side and it's probably the only thing that kinda sucked for me in the book. Other than that - verra good. View all 19 comments. Feb 21, Alba and Her Secrets.. I have been waiting to start this bad boy for quite some time, everyone raved about it when it came out but I don't know why I seriously just didn't read it then.. I was so excited when I discovered Anna and Dawn hadn't read it either that we decided to do a buddy read and join the Shhluts in this week's TopPick: Please join us here: Now, let's talk about this amazing serial-novel: Reasonable Doubt is divided into 3 volumes now you can also find it in a full novel format and it's written by Whitney G.

Williams who I have to say: These books tell the story of Andrew Hamilton a. Things change when Andrew discovers the truth when Aubrey starts as an intern in his workplace: And let's speak clearly: Do you remember me saying that? As you can imagine, Andrew is not what he appears to be, there are lots of layers on him and Aubrey acts as a young but mature woman.

Volume 2 continues with their 'relationship' after the 'discovery' and it's full of ups and downs: Again, the sex is amazing but we finish with another cliffhanger even more shoking than the first one it broke my heart and make me love Andrew again, poor thing!

As you can all imagine with my updates and comments, my favourite thing in Reasonable Doubt is, of course, Andrew Hamilton. I am not kidding.

He is, as Aubrey says: I haven't meet any other male character that is so freaking good with words, women you will need lots of panties while reading this, just sayin'. However, together with this amazing talent comes an asshole of first category he was so mean to Aubrey sometimes! See what I mean? Well, that would be Aubrey Everhart. She is perfect for Andrew, she has a strong character, she fights for what she wants, she follows her dream and she is simply a kick-ass heroine.

Definitely, Aubrey is the perfect match for Andrew. I hope you enjoyed it. I loved this serial as a whole, I loved Whitney's writing style definitely this will not be my last book from hers , I loved the main characters to pieces they are so complex and great and I loved their amazing love story: Also, I really enjoyed their HEA, having the extended epilogue and that super-cute-hot final scene.

Whitney G. And I know this is a crazy-long review but I cannot reduce it more because this is not only about one volume, this is about the three volumes in one! I seriously wanted to add even more but I don't want to scare you all haha To finish, obviously, I have to say if you haven't read this series please do, you will not regret meeting Andrew and Aubrey.

I highly highly recommend this!!! View all 70 comments. Oct 17, Sophia Triad rated it it was amazing Shelves: I reread this, because it is one of my favourite series and I needed a good laugh. And yes it still tasted good like an old red wine. I have loved most of the sarcastic assholes males that Whitney G has described in her books: Jake, Michael, Garret, Ryan etc. Andrew Hamilton is definitely my favourite!

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View all 15 comments. Sep 27, Amy Foxy Blogs rated it it was amazing Shelves: Putting voices to the characters added to the naughtiness of Andrew. If you haven't met Andrew yet you're missing out. He's a lawyer that has an appetite for sex. On a lawyer chat group he finds willing participants. He has 3 rules: One Night. Sounds like a good plan for any bachelor?! Aaah, but there's someone who makes him wonder if rules are meant to be broken.

Thanks for this steamy audio. View all 25 comments. So, I'm super late getting to this one. There's so much deceit, secrets and lying by omission in this book. And, despite the fact that they both have lied, deceived and withheld information from the other, they still get raging pissed when they find out THEY have been lied to and kept in the dark b So, I'm super late getting to this one.

And, despite the fact that they both have lied, deceived and withheld information from the other, they still get raging pissed when they find out THEY have been lied to and kept in the dark by the other one.

And yes, it's an absolute constant. They're mad at each other They're hot and heavy again Then, once again, they can't stand each other And, they can't keep their hands off each other Honestly, it was a bit beyond annoying. But, alas View all 12 comments. Sep 08, Jacqueline's Reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: Audio The Audio version is fantastic! This is my first audio book with dual POV! Meaning, I got a male and female narrator. I absolutely love the narrators.

I love listening to her getting embarrassed, shock, fluster and turn- on. Andrew has a deep and confident voice. If you had to listen to an alpha voice, it would be him. I enjoy his transition between voices and when he cuts someone off since Andrew does that a lot. Both voices works and it made the book flow so nicely. I could listen to this book again.

Whitney did well in picking the cast. Review I wrote a review for each book, but this is my overall review on the series. Andrew is a lawyer. He uses a lawyer website to meet and hook up with women. Aubrey is a pre-law student. Andrew and Aubrey form a friendship on-line. Aubrey uses the site to get help with school work, but she pretends to be an established lawyer. Whitney has a way in creating these crazy, strong, alpha Heroes.

You just want them to take you and have their way with you. I love the way Andrew pursues Aubrey. Aubrey is too cute. Each book takes you deeper into their relationship.

Bits and pieces are revealed and I really enjoyed those parts. Reasonable Doubt is written well with developed and strong characters, engaging story-line and addictive sex scenes.

View all 11 comments. It has been a while since I've enjoyed a series so thoroughly that when it was over I was so freaking sad. I mean what is there not to love. Sure, he was a jackass many times but he was so damn sexy. I just want to marry his freaking dirty mouth. I was so happy with how Aubrey made Andrew work hard near the end. The steam throughout the series was freaking amazeballs! Seriously, it was scorching hot that I just couldn't get enough.

The angst in this series definitely heightened my enjoyment of it. It wasn't too much or too little. The ending was so, so good. I just loved! It was sweet that I just melted. And I am so happy there was an extended epilogue that you can read online. I'm not lying when I say I was so sad to see this end. Which is why I just had to read it. Overall, this was really great. I will definitely be re-reading them. You have so much to give and you deserve so much in return.

I just hope that eventually there might be some room left in your heart for me. Here are my mini reviews of each part in the series: View all 27 comments.

Andrew me encantaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!! Con esto quiero decir que lo justifico. Que me ha encantado el libro. Y me he quedado con ganas de abogados guapos, bailarinas interesantes y New York. View 2 comments. Audiobook Re-read The Reasonable Doubt series is one of my all-time favorite erotica series.

I had the perfect excuse to re-read Reasonable Doubt when I was gifted an audiobook copy, but I was even more hesitant. My fears were completely unfou Audiobook Re-read The Reasonable Doubt series is one of my all-time favorite erotica series. My fears were completely unfounded because I loved the book even more the second time around, and the voice actors are spot on. The first sentence in the book description had me rolling my eyes. Andrew is a foul-mouthed, misogynistic lawyer with a rapier wit.

He is also a serial online dater who has zero tolerance for lying and no interest in relationships beyond one night stands.

Maybe then your overworked pussy will get a much needed break. The taste is quite impeccable. Aubrey is a sheltered 22 year-old undergrad student double majoring in pre-law and ballet.

While pretending to be a certified lawyer, Aubrey meets Andrew through an exclusive online social networking site for lawyers. The two develop a flirtatious friendship through email exchanges that are filled with sexual innuendo and witty banter.

Desert Dick Thank you for your concerns about my dick. Thank you for telling me that my dick is in your prayers. Sparks fly, boundaries are tested, and double-standards are explored. I prefer strong heroines so I found Aubrey to be a frustrating character at times. Although very secure in most aspects of her life, she frequently allows Andrew to treat her like a doormat. It helped me appreciate her character growth, however, once she finally starts to develop a backbone.

Andrew, Andrew, Andrew. For me, the story is all about Andrew. There is no question that Andrew is a master of dirty talking, and the sex?

Holy schnikes! Thermonuclear hot! There are so many nice touches I enjoyed. I love how Whitney Gracia Williams manages to create sexual tension and chemistry between the characters through their emails alone. His voice is deep, resonant, and sexy — exactly how I imagined Andrew would sound. Just wait until you hear this man speaking deliciously filthy words in your ears.

Erin Mallon delivers an equally strong performance voicing Aubrey. Both narrators are incredibly expressive and their performances truly bring the characters to life.

Reasonable Doubt is a seductive treat that is funny and extremely entertaining from beginning to end. The boxed set includes a very satisfying extended epilogue as well deleted scenes. View all 16 comments. Dec 11, Sabrina added it Shelves: Get it here: View all 4 comments. May 18, Jayme rated it it was ok Shelves: I don't know if this book hit my bad days or I read something completely different than the others Great potential, pretty good characters, good start, even interesting There's no story told at all.

Just jump from scene to scene. With so well started and captivating bookAbout The Author. First you fight, and then all of a sudden there's some angry fuckery? This is only casual sex. Now for the ending A thread running through this story, as in previous books in the series, is Guido's love of books and reading.