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The Law Of Attraction by Roxie Cooper Review

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Here we are with another review for you guys, today we have The Law Of Attraction by the awesome Roxie Cooper and I must make a little confession, I was a little late on the band wagon with this one and I actually have a couple of chapters left.

The Law Of Attraction by Roxie Cooper


Amanda Bentley has always dreamed of being a barrister… But as a platinum blonde bombshell from the wrong side of town, with a perfect tan and sleek high heels, she doesn’t exactly look the part – or fit in with the brash public school boys and cold posh girls of Newcastle Crown Court’s robing room. 

Amanda’s never been one to back down from a challenge, and so when she wins a prestigious pupillage following law school, she’s determined to make the most of her chance – and make all her dreams come true. Only three things stand in her way: 

  • Sid Ryder – the sexy, irresistible barrister who she absolutely cannot, under any circumstances, sleep with. At all. 
  • Marty Gregg – her smarmy law school nemesis, who she's in direct competition with for the top job. 
  • And her big, dark secret that could jeopardise everything she's worked so hard for. Who said that following the laws of attraction was going to be easy…? 

The Law Of Attraction by Roxie Cooper


Well lets start with the cover of this book, isn't it lovely. I love the colours, this would definitely make me pick it up in a shop to read what the book was about.

This book has already been compared to Legally Blonde (I haven't read the book, but I do love the movie) but it is actually based somewhat on Roxie's own experiences, which I love, because it's not just running along the same track as another book but it's actually been taken from real life so you can actually get a feel for the characters the more you read about them.

I love Amanda and Heidi's friendship, they have each others back and are completely there for each other no matter what, I see myself and a couple of my own friends in their friendship.

My favourite part of the whole book is how Amanda is headstrong and driven to achieving what she deserves, regardless of how people perceive her, she knows her worth and is willing to fight for what is right and not isn't happy to just go along with what is associated as 'the norm'. More books should have fearless female leads who can stand on their own two feet.

So much praise for Roxie and this book. She is an amazing writer and storyteller, I would recommend this to everyone who loves to get lost in a good chick-lit book and I can't wait to read more from her (and I'm pretty sad to read the final chapters and leave Amanda behind). This is definitely one of my favourite books so far this year.


Roxie was born and bred in Middlesbrough. After studying Classics at University, she became a dancer in a nightclub for a few years, before going travelling and living in Australia. When she returned, she swapped dancing on a bar, to practising at the Bar, and became a barrister for 7 years. 

It was after being constantly told “Ooh! You don’t look like a barrister!” by absolutely everyone she met, that the idea for her debut novel was born. Roxie lives in Yarm, a pretty little market town in the North-East. 

She’s a bit (lot) obsessed with Prince and spends far too much time watching him on YouTube. Her hobbies include watching musicals, making her hair as big (and blonde) as possible, and wishing she was Buffy the Vampire Slayer. 


This giveaway a for the UK only. Enter below for a fabulous prize of:

  • A Copy of the Book
  • A Legally Blonde DVD
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What have been some of your favourite books so far this year? Have you read any Roxie Cooper yet?

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