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Breach of Promise [Paperback]

Perri O'Shaughnessy
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)

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2.0 out of 5 stars Wrong, wrong, wrong Feb. 20 2003
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book is wrong in almost everything it says, for example:
In the trial of Mike and Lindy the jury SUPPOSE that Lindy lie when she said that she wanted to marry with Mike, but Nina proof that mike made perjury in middle of the process, and all the jury were against Lindy because she is a liar.
The jury waste three days to take a decision, and then happened a "little" problem and when the judge make another jury they have their decision in three hours.
The worst of all the book, Paul, the boyfriend of Nina, he attacks her on the judgment, when the judgment ends, Paul investigates what happened with that "little" problem in the jury and he knows that if he does that Nina will lose everything she has, why he did that?
At the end of the book, what happened to Mike and Lindy is pathetic, but that Nina still loves Paul even if he left her is more than pathetic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best ever in the series. Aug. 14 2002
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This was my favorite book by Oshaughnessy. A great story. Loved the climax. A wonderfully well executed story. Don't miss your chance to read this one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Whew! May 1 2002
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I just finished "Breach of Promise," and I am literally breathless. What a ride!
The story begins fairly routinely, as Nina Reilly is hired to represent an incredibly wealthy woman, Lindy Markov, in a palimony suit. Knowing that such suits are notorious losers, but intrigued by the circumstances of the case--and by the money--Nina agrees to defend Lindy, and immediately finds herself in over her head.
In order to compete in such a visible, high-stakes trial, Nina is forced to compromise some of her deeply held values, and to hire a fancy LA jury consultant, the obnoxiously confident Genevieve Suchat. She also hires an equally fancy co-counsel, high-profile LA lawyer Winston Reynolds. When (or if) they win their case, all three stand to become multimillionaires. But in the meanwhile, small-town lawyer Nina is footing the bill and running close to bankruptcy.
The pretrial proceedings proceed apace, except that Nina is not in control, and not happy with everything her glossy compatriots are doing. She knows she needs Winston and Genevieve both--but she's not happy about it. Once the trial starts, Nina struggles to keep her sense of balance while trying to keep up not only with her new coworkers--but with Lindy Markov herself, who seems to be prone to lies and subterfuge, all of which emerge as scandalous surprises in court.
Nina is in too far to back down, especially as her opposing counsel is the feociously obnoxious and self-satisfied Jeff Reisner, who delights in any humiliation he can throw her way. Even Nina's lover and confidante Paul is becoming difficult, as he sees what he considers to be an erosion of Nina's usual values. It looks like Nina is about to lose the trial, her reputation, her lover, and all her money.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not her best Dec 22 2001
By A Customer
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I am a big Nina Reilly fan and I have faithfully read the first three in order so I could watch the characters grow and develop. However, this was the most disappointing story thus far. I had pretty much figured out who did it and the resolution of events at the end was very drawn out. But, since I like her characters so much I'm going to keep going in the series. If you didn't like this one my advice is to read another in the series and give it one more try.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A complete mess and not worth the while.. May 29 2001
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This is my first (and last) book in the series. The start is very promissing, but suddenly you find yourself in the middle of a theater-play-like situation and the end is a completely awfull hunt for the "bad girl", on a lake. Its an unsuccesfull mixture of three different styles. Skip it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 2 sisters and a great fictional character. May 7 2001
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A Great fictuional character is what this and hte other books have. It is a female attorney. She will do just about anything to win every case she gets involved in.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Plot Twists As The Money Grows April 13 2001
By Dana
Format:Mass Market Paperback
In Perry O'Shaughnessy's next novel, Breach of Promise, Nina Reilly takes on Lindy Markov. Lindy is a extremely wealthy woman who has built a multi-million dollar company with her husband, Mike. Mike dumps Lindy for a younger woman, and leaves Lindy with nothing. Lindy hires Nina to help her win half of their assets although legally, Mike does not have to give Lindy a dime, because all assets are in Mike's name alone, and because they actually never married, Lindy hardly stands a chance. Nina has to prove to a jury that Lindy is entitled to half of the $200 million, since Lindy and Mike built the company together and lived their lives as a married couple for years. Nina soon realizes that when that much money is at stake, people will go to extremes, even to kill if that's what it takes. With a combination of secrets, murder, and money, Breach of Promise delivers another suspensful thriller from the O'Shaughnessy's. Can't wait for the next one!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Twists and turns abound Sept. 3 2000
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
These two sisters know how to write. I was impressed with the fast pace and intricacies of the plot. As a reader you're led in one direction and immediately the story twists and turns. Definitely a book to read if you like legal thrillers.
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