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The Summer Associate

The Summer Associate

54.1K Reads 3.3K Votes 43 Part Story
Liz Charnes By LizCharnes Updated Nov 11, 2016

Growing up in small town Iowa, Jason Donnelly lived an idyllic life until his state trooper father is gunned down during a routine traffic stop. When the gunman gets off a not guilty verdict, Jason vows to become a prosecutor so that the victims of crime might actually see justice in their lifetimes.
    
Twelve years later, Donnelly is offered a position as a  summer associate at the prestigious white shoe law firm, the McIver Group during  his second year in law school.  Donnelly accepts the position, even though the McIver Group is known for defending criminals, and finds himself assigned to the defense of a notorious child predator.
    
Disgusted by the task, Donnelly starts out with the intent to do nothing but tank the case. Not an easy task, considering his boss treats him more like a son then an employee, there's an obnoxious 12 year old redhead following him around, and it looks like he may have been voodoo cursed.  Soon it becomes clear to him that there's more going on in the McIver Group then the practice of law, and if he's not careful, he may not live to see his 3L fall semester.
    
   The FlyGirl Series:
  
  The Summer Associate
  FlyGirl
  RedEye
  Mrs. Cosetino
  
  Cover by Liz Charnes.

stormery stormery Apr 25
Wait...
                              I went on FlyGirl and it said that this was the first book in the series.
                              But then I start reading this and find out this was written later? So is it better to read this chronologically or in the order that it was published?
                              I'm seriously confused. Help?
CliffJonesJr CliffJonesJr Jan 30, 2016
Strong start! Very poignant. I was thrown off at the very beginning by the word "earlier" though. Earlier than what? I think the next chapter saying "later" should do it.
You know it's gone be a good book when the imagery this on point 😂😂
CliffJonesJr CliffJonesJr Jan 30, 2016
I love this. I feel the same way about Wattpad. Even if I never wind up getting any of my stories published and made into blockbuster movies, all the hard work was totally worth it for the Wattpad experience! And yeah, listening to readers can make the story so much better.
CliffJonesJr CliffJonesJr Jan 30, 2016
Double negative here, I'm thinking probably not intentional, but I could be wrong.
CliffJonesJr CliffJonesJr Jan 30, 2016
Strong start! Very poignant. I was thrown off at the very beginning by the word "earlier" though. Earlier than what? I think the next chapter saying "later" should do it.