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  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (March 2 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425233383
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425233382
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 2.3 x 17.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #259,251 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"James has a knack for writing those perfect-for-a-day-at-the-beach reads." -- Book Binge

About the Author

After graduating from the University of Illinois College of Law, Julie James clerked for the United States Court of Appeals in Jacksonville, Florida. She then practiced law with one of the nation's largest law firms for several years until she began writing screenplays. She now writes full time and lives in Chicago with her family.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 20 2010
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This is the first Julie James I have read and it won't be the last. This for me was a steamy beach read that falls between the usual sensual romance and an erotic romance. The story was fun to read and the situations were in some cases amusing and in others harrowing. I liked the bantering between Jack and Cam and I loved the levity that the secondary characters brought to the story. Secondary plot was fulfilling and provided a means for them to HAVE to be together. Definitely worth a look.
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Something About You

Something About You is a book written by Julie Jones and it's a contemporary romance.
This is not what I usually read and I have no idea how I came to pick this one at the library but I'm glad I did.

It was such fun reading this. I usually find contemporary books boring (depends on the theme) but this book hold my interest because of its characters.

They were so realistic and fresh and felt that I could easily meet them in real life. The whole book was realistic and even though we know it's a love story, the main characters don't go over the hill to 'protect' the other. I'm saying this because this book is about a murder. We see from the characters, their need to get this over with before they actually start their romantic adventure and I was relieved. Both of them actually put their work and responsibilities before their emotions.

Let me just say, that my opinion for FBI agents has changed lol.
So Cameron is the witness in this case and Jack has to protect her until they find the murderer. Both of them don't like how things are due to their previous history. Something that Cameron did and almost destroyed his career. Or so he says.

As I said I liked both of them but I felt that they had more to show. The background of both of them is enough to want to know more (if I say I'll spoil it) and we don't get the chance.
But we do get the chance to see the emotions between them change. They didn't like each other due to some old facts but now that they are forced to be together, they're bound to remember what happened three years ago.

Overall I liked it a lot. I might have rated it 3.
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By Arianna on May 20 2010
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The book begins on a positive note. I was very optimistic. By the middle I began to question myself as to the reason I was giving this book a shot. It was cheesy, and like one of those novels that it trying to mix in several genres...romance-erotica-thriller-mystery-fiction...all gone wrong.

I was disappointed with this book. The characters did not have natural chemistry. The author forced an attraction through the use of language, albeit cheesy language. I bought this book because I loved Just the Sexiest Man Alive and in particular the banter between Taylor and Jason was brilliant. Taylor was clever, very intelligent and did not succumb to Jason's demands, and particularly, she did not talk to him or treat him like he expected to be treated. The book was very funny and romantic. Not the roll your eyes and tacky type of romantic, but actually sweet. It was nice to see that Taylor held her own and that the author did not use cheesy language that the author sadly resorted to using in her other two books such as this book. There was no climax, and Jack appeared to be such a boring man. I was bored silly. I also missed how in Just the Sexiest Man Alive you got a good glimpse into both sides of the characters and their thoughts, which I found sexy. In her 2nd and 3rd book, the author placed less emphasis on this, and this personally was a mistake on her part.

I was so disappointed by how drastically different this book was in terms of the style that I grew to love in Just the Sexiest Man Alive. I actually had hard time finishing this book, and it was not because I never wanted them to end, rather, I stopped caring. If you like lust, then maybe you will like this book. I found it very superficial and boring!
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If you want sexy, chemistry, danger, suspense and interesting characters all rolled into one, then Julie James Something About You is the perfect romance for you. I had the privilege of winning this book from Jane at Dear Author and I'm so glad I entered the contest because I never would have found the author on my own.

Years earlier Cameron Lynde was told by her superior in the US Attorney's office that she couldn't try a case against a Chicago man and his organization who were suspected of all sorts of illegal activities. It cost an FBI undercover agent Jack Pallas not only the memories of being tortured by these men and the two years he was undercover, it cost him his position at his Chicago post with the FBI. Cameron took the fall for the decision not to prosecute and also went out on a limb to save Jack's position with the FBI and he was transferred to their Nebraska office. He was totally unaware that Cameron came to his assistance and persuaded his boss not to fire him.

Now years later, she meets that same FBI agent in a Chicago hotel because a Senator's call girl has been murdered and Cameron saw the murderer leave the woman's room from the door peephole in her own room which was right next door. As fate would have it, Jack and his partner are assigned to the case and are assigned to protect her when there's a leak about her being an eye witness. Then she's attacked and Jack is forced to move in with Cameron and believe me, things really heat up.

Julie James writing style, sense of humor, and passion made this romance-suspense one I will long remember.
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