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Blog Tour ~ Ms Lawyer by Lea Coll

Today we have the blog tour for Lea Coll’s MS. LAWYER. Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: Ms. Lawyer

Author: Lea Coll

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About Ms. Lawyer:

She’s the new public defender in town. He’s running for sheriff.

Emma Ryan vows never to live in a small town again. Then her boss transfers her to Chestertown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

On opposite sides of the law, Emma quickly clashes with police officer Luke Hudson.

But when Emma is threatened, she’ll need to work with Luke to determine who’s responsible.

Stubborn, cocky and ambitious, Luke will stop at nothing to get what he wants. When his association with a criminal defense attorney puts his bid for sheriff in jeopardy, he’ll need to choose between his dream job and taking a chance on love.


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Ashley poured beer in our glasses, and asked, “So, how are your cases going?”

“I thought I was finally going to have a trial today, but Luke burst my bubble.” I swirled the beer in my glass.

“That janitor case? I thought for sure that would go to trial. Your defense was genius, a janitor picking up trash.” She chuckled as she took a swig of her beer. “What happened?”

“The idiot was high when he was arrested,” I explained, scanning the bar for anyone else I knew. I didn’t want to bash my client if his family was present.

“Your client didn’t think to tell you that?” She asked with amusement.

“No, of course not. Why would you tell your attorney the truth?” It never helped their cases because the truth always came out. That usually happened when the defendant was on the stand, which was the worst possible timing since I couldn’t prepare for it. Clients think they know better though.

“Still bitter, Ms. Lawyer?” Luke asked pulling out a chair from our table and sat down.

I looked up at him in surprise. I hadn’t seen him come in. “I was hoping for some excitement. I’m tired of all the plea deals,” I said.

He’d changed since work because now he wore a faded pair of jeans and a black fitted T-shirt that did everything for his muscled chest. My eyes traveled down to his thighs, which filled out his well-worn jeans. He had spread his legs in that confident sprawl that men used when relaxed. He leaned back and placed his hands behind his head, giving me a long considering look. The position caused his biceps to flex, which I couldn’t help but admire.

“Well, when you’re on the wrong side of the law, the wins are few and far between,” his mouth twitched with amusement.

“Oh I’m on the wrong side of the law now, am I?” I responded. I was beginning to enjoy these interactions with Luke. I glanced over at Ashley, who mouthed, “What is happening right now?”


About The Author


About the Author:

Lea Coll worked for over ten years as a trial attorney in both civil and criminal law. She earned a J.D. from University of Baltimore School of Law where she was production editor on Law Review. Throughout the course of her legal career she wrote opinions for judges and various legal memoranda, briefs, and motions for a Fortune 500 Company. After years of legal writing, she enjoys the freedom that comes with writing fiction. Now that she stays home with her children she survives by plotting stories while fetching snacks and running back and forth to their activities.

Her experience in court influenced the legal drama in her book. She has an interest in the history and charm of small towns which is why she chose Chestertown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore for the setting of her first series.

Lea grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania and currently resides in Maryland with her husband and three children.


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