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review 2019-12-03 17:29
Humor & Romance The Sheriff Meets His Match by Jacquie Biggar @jacqbiggar
The Sheriff Meets His Match: A Wounded Hearts Novella - Jacquie Biggar

The Sheriff Meets His Match came to me back on October 21, 2016. I think I received a copy for following her newsletter, but I put it on my review list, read it, and promptly forgot about it.

 

I loved the cover and it sounded like a fun read. Plus, being a novella, it would be a quick one. I am happy to be marking this off my review list and sharing it with you.

The Sheriff Meets His Match (Wounded Hearts #4)

Amazon / Goodreads

MY REVIEW

 

I was smiling from the getgo. I love a hunky, needy character like Sheriff Jack, who isn’t taking himself too seriously. I feel the humor and fun will be coming in waves and it all starts when he pulls over his sexy new secretary, Laurel Thomas, for driving like a crazy person on the snow covered road…and the mystery begins.

 

I love when I can relate to the little things, like using my credit card to scrape the ice off my windshield. I left the cold for Florida and Laurel Thomas left Florida for the cold. lol

 

The descriptive writing made the scenes easy to visualize the car sliding, fishtailing on the slippery snow covered road, the deputy knocking his hat against his leg to clean it of snow, her sexy legs as she slides out of the car, the Charlie Brown Christmas tree…you get the drift.

 

He comes to her rescue, only to nearly bowl her over, banging her head, with his gun drawn. Even in danger, there is humor.

 

“Men. You can’t live with them, and you can’t shoot ’em. It’s a felony.”

 

A snowball flew…I found myself snorting, laughing through it all. I love the little details that make the story feel real.

 

It’s obvious, the story is a romance, so we will have plenty of that. It’s the journey that makes The Sheriff Meets His Match so much fun. There is danger, but I got so caught up in the characters themselves, that their personalities and antics is what I remember most.

 

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of The Sheriff Meets His Match by Jacquie Biggar.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos4 Stars
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review 2019-11-20 17:40
Shame On Me For Waiting So Long To Share – Gideon by Alex Gordon @alexgordon36
Gideon - Alex Gordon

I have made a huge dent in back reviews that have been sitting, waiting…and waiting. I am close to reaching my goal for this year, the first round through my notebooks and review list. I won’t get everything done, but I am happy with the challenge and my progress.

 

I read Gideon on 6.2.16 and gave it a 5 star rating for this debut thriller. I love Alex Gordon’s work and can only imagine how far Alex Gordon will go in her career. I plan on being around to see.

 

Gideon (Lauren Reardon #1)

Amazon / Goodreads

 

MY REVIEW

 

Lauren’s fate is sealed with the death of her father. He tried to protect her, but the lure for answers about death and danger surrounding her beckons her to Gideon, where He waits.

 

Alex Gordon”s story takes us from Seattle, Washington, to Gideon, Illinois.

Gideon was a crossroads for evil.

 

HE is surrounded by woods and darkness, where the dead don’t stay dead. Have I hooked you yet?

 

The town’s people job was to keep the darkness from crossing over.

 

Could Lauren be the one to stop HIM for good? Would innocence and naivety in the ways of evil and magic win out?

 

From the 1800s and burning at the stake to cell phones, potions and spells, evil rises and good does it’s best to prevail.

 

Both good and evil characters will die, so be careful who you get attached to and be prepared to grieve for the characters taken before their time.

 

I was a bit slow to get involved, but once Lauren traveled to Gideon, I found the pace picking up and my need to know what happens next rising to such a high level I found it hard to put the book down.

 

BUT…the story is not over and I am so happy to have Book II, Jericho, here at my side, ready to crack open and see what challenge faces Lauren next. I wrote that in my notes, but I reviewed Jericho before Gideon. Don’t ask me why, because I don’t know. LOL

 

Gideon wraps up the story in a great way and I feel it can stand alone, but I rated Jericho 5 stars, so I think ,once you begin, you would have to know more.

 

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Gideon by Alex Gordon.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos5 Stars

 

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Jericho

 

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review 2019-11-13 03:33
(Audiobook) And Then There Were None
And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie,Dan Stevens

Fifth time reading this book, and the second time this year!

 

No review, but here are links to my previous posts about the book:

 

First read in April of 2016

Read Dan Stevens-narrated audiobook for 2016 HW Bingo

Read Dan Stevens-narrated audiobook for 2018 HW Bingo

Read print copy for 2019 HW Bingo

 

And this makes the third time I've listened to the audiobook!

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text 2019-11-13 03:27
Reading progress update: I've read 100%.
And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie,Dan Stevens

Read for:

 

 

Book: Read a book by a Korean author or set in Korea, that takes place at sea or on a river, where the plot involves a festival, where the moon or rain plays a pivotal role in the plot, or with rain, water or the moon on the cover.

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text 2019-11-12 00:50
Reading progress update: I've read 78%.
And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie,Dan Stevens
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