You can no longer fool me. I have uncovered your cunning plan.
You release books right around the time when I finish writing a book---this case it's a proposal---making it just so that I can reward myself with your books. And I have to say that even last year when Practice Makes Perfect released and I was still writing toward the end of my book, I was a bad girl and broke away to read it.
You had me at Just the Sexiest Man Alive. I kept resisting your book when it first came out. No way could it be that funny, and the buzz about its greatness had to be misleading. But one day, I bought it. And I was blown away.
It was phenomenal. I became a Julie James fangirl. JtSMA gave me an afterglow, and reminded me what I love about romantic comedies.
And then Practice Makes Perfect released. You know, Pride and Prejudice in a law firm. Laugh out loud funny. Awesome banter. Sexy hero. Strong heroine. You also never told us what the initials to J.D.'s name stand for . . . but I think I know. Juris Doctor. He's a lawyer. It makes sense.
See how creative and smart I am, everyone? ;-)
My only complaint?
I have to wait so long for your books. Seriously. I want them every six months.
So I've been waiting. And waiting. And waiting. My friends, who've read Something About You, have taunted me about how good it is.
Finally SAY is released. The cover is sexy. I might have drooled over it, but I'll never tell. ;)
Plus, I have a thing for heroes named Jack.
Who is a FBI agent.
Who carries a gun and packs heat.
I've been wanting to read this book for what feels like forever. Pedro, my Kindle, is downloading it. (Sidenote: Dear Amazon, plz have books download at 12 AM EST. Kthksbai. XO, Me.)
If you haven't read Julie James' books yet. Do so. Now. You'll laugh. You'll get caught up in the romance. And afterward, you'll bask in the afterglow of her writing, the HEA, and scramble to reread certain passages.
James' books should be made into movies. That is all.
I'm giving away a copy of Something About You to one random commentor. Just tell me why you want to read SAY, and/or something about you. (No TMI, please.)