Trial and Error is another great book in the Solomon vs. Lord Series. Steve Solomon and Victoria Lord are the stars of these books. The pair are lovers, law partners, and complete opposites. Victoria is the sophisticated, dedicated by the book kind of lawyer. Steve is somewhat crude, lackadaisical, and easygoing. I’ve read several of the previous books in this series and have thoroughly enjoyed them all. Going into this book, I was a little concerned that it wouldn’t achieve my high expectations that I’ve come to have for books in this series. So far, the relationship and work life of Steve and Victoria has been filled with amazing chemistry, humorous banter, and incredible explosive action that has grown into something that seems like a real couple. My initial concern had been that that this level of brilliance couldn’t continue now that Steve and Victoria had finally gotten together. I should never have worried. In Trial and Error, Steve and Victoria find themselves in a real spot this time. Steve’s nephew Bobby has found a new hobby, he’s learning dolphin. His dolphin friends become the target of an apparent dolphin-knapping. In the process, the kidnapper becomes the suspect of a murder. Who becomes his lawyer? Steve Solomon, of course. Who is the prosecution? You guessed it, Victoria Lord. You just know it’s going to be an interesting trial.