Murphy's Law follows Jude's Law and features Ashley and Quinton. I haven't read Jude's Law and at times felt I would have understood information throughout the story slightly better having read the previous title.
Ashley is a unique, and quirky the type of character who moves to the beat of her own drum. She's stubborn, strong willed and determined to make her way in this world, without being dependant upon anyone else.
Quinton had a completely differnt upbringing and comes from a very different social standing. He's a rich, intelligent, hot, sexy, caring and protective alpha.
The chemistry and attraction is intense and undeniable between the hero and heroine. I throughly enoyed their banter and interactions that were fun and flirty and at times quite humorous and had me laughing out loud.
Murphy's Law is an enjoyable, light, easy to read contmeporary romance, as the name suggests if it can go wrong it does for Ashley. There are elements of intrigue and suspense that kept this story from bieng a traditional billionaire romance. I did feel that the ending was a tad rushed, but other than than another enjoable Lori Foster read.