The Divorce Papers: A Novel by: Susan Rieger

The Divorce Papers

Book #32 for #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks.

This was a super fun read.  It was told through emails, memos, letters and divorce documents and was through the lawyer’s voice.  Sophie Diehl is a criminal lawyer at a fairly large law firm and she is asked to sit in on a consultation for a divorce case for one of the firm’s largest client’s daughter.  All of the divorce attorneys are busy and she is the only on who can sit in on this case.  She is hesitant, but knows she can pass the case off to the “real” divorce attorneys.

Of course, nothing is that simple and the client requests that Sophie represent her.  She tries everything she can to get out of it but she is stuck with this case.  Most of this story is hilarious and fun to read.  Towards the end is one really long section of legal documents that I started skimming through but for the most part, I really enjoyed this book.

I gave this book 4 crowns.

4_crowns

 

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