The back cover description of Irreparable Harm was better than the actual book itself. The worst part about it is it could have been a lot better than it was.
It's about a young lawyer named Mitch fresh out of law school who gets a job at a law office that's in shambles because of its drunk head lawyer. There he finds several cases overdue and in disrepair.
But one case in particular sparks his interest: the custody battle over eight frozen embryos. Also, the surrogate mother for his client is on the run. Mitch takes her in to his home.
The story started out good. Singer developed his characters very professionally. The plot holds your attention the entire time. The romantic subplot, believe it or not, is original.
However, the ending ruins the whole thing by trying to make everything alright. It's a shame because the story is really good.
2.5 stars for the great beginning
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