Matt Connover is a Lawyer who lives for work and pleasure. He doesn’t do relationships and never sees the same women more than once. That changes when he meets McKayla Dawson who he can’t seem to stop thinking about.
Since I read the Legal Affairs series, I was really excited to read Confessions of a Litigation God. The fact that Legal Affairs is a series and each one is so short was my only complaint and I really wanted to read it as a full length novel which is just what Sawyer Bennett delivered with this novel. I also couldn’t understand why Matt was behaving the way he was in the Legal Affairs series and now reading Matt’s POV I can understand his justifications for his actions, not that I agree with them.
Even though it was in Matt’s POV I found that after half of the novel it seemed like the story was more of a retelling. I felt that some of the repeated sections weren’t really needed and it would have been better without them. The sex scenes were still scorching hot like anything that Sawyer Bennett writes and I really liked reading more about the after story. This is something that I always wish to read about in all novels. I really wanted to give this novel a higher rating but I just couldn’t.
I give Confessions of a Litigation God 3 out of 5 stars.