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Something About You (FBI, #1)

Something About You (FBI, #1) - Julie James With my last couple of books I found myself reading just for the sake of reading; however this was not the case with Something About You. I found it ridiculously hard to put my book down that without realising I’d devoured this book in just one day.On her first relaxing weekend away in a long time Cameron finds herself caught up in a murder investigation. Her hotel room being next door to where the murder took place she ends up being the only witness that can clear the person being set up. Not only is her whole weekend ruined; she has to remain in her room until further questioning and she’s not allowed to make contact with anyone until she’s done so. To make matters even worse the man leading the FBI investigation is none other than Jack Pallas. Cameron and Jack have had a rocky relationship; with Jack still holding a grudge for Cameron ruining his chances of bringing down a major drug lord, and also nearly wrecking his career, Cameron isn’t too happy about Jack being back either, he made a complete fool out of her on national television. But as she’s the only witness, there is no choice but for both of them to bite their tongues and to work in co-operation with one another.I loved the love/hate relationship between Jack and Cameron, when they weren’t sniping at each other the sexual tension between them you could cut with a knife. Jack where shall I start with him? I’ve always had a thing with cops/ FBI agents or any type of law enforcement officers, especially hot ones like Jack.“With predatory brown eyes, nearly black hair,and dark facial scruff, he looked like the kind of guy that women and men should avoid in dark alleys”I loved his over protectiveness, his charm, the ruggedness about him, the way he took charge and especially his glowering looks that he threw. I also adored the banter between him and his partner Wilkins, how Wilkins was always clued up on what Jack was thinking, and knew what would get Jack riled up.In a lot of ways this book reminded me of Meg Cabot’s Heather Wells series; it had the similar humour, romance and mystery about it. However the reason for not giving this book 5 stars is because I didn’t like the fact that we found out who the killer was so early on in the book (we were treated to a pov from them). I think I would have rather preferred having the suspense of guessing who it could have been and then discovering it at the end.Overall however I thoroughly enjoyed Something About You, I will certainly be picking up more books by Julie James as soon as possible as she certainly knows how to create a gripping read full with scrumptious characters.This review and more can be found on The Readers Den