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  • Suspenseful Romance in a Small Town

    Shadow of Doubt was a suspenseful romantic read. The intrigue surrounding Sumneyville and it's residents is ramping up, getting stickier, and just how high up does this go? Good backstory with more to come. I love strong heroes and heroines, and this read has both. Kate is a well loved citizen of Sumneyville, working at her Dad's store, volunteering for Meals on Wheels, always, always available to help out. She meets Chris, aka Mad Dog, one of those "Sanctuary" men, and falls in love with him. Chris treats her like a queen, shows her the utmost respect, so much so, that Kate fears she's going to have to take advantage of him, if he doesn't soon take advantage of her, like yesterday. Great heat here too. Through a series of events, Kate sadly realizes that her family is not who she thought they were, and chosen families are sometimes much better. Would've liked more confrontation between her and her family, because right now I feel like she just walked away. There's so much more that's being done, and her Dad just blew her off, like she isn't a fully capable adult. This ends with an HEA for Kate and far....but I'm certain we've not heard the last on what's really happening at the hardware store in the supposedly sleepy little town of Sumneyville. A well written, fast paced read full of inuendo and intrigue, can be read alone, but part of a series. I received an ARC and am giving my honest thoughts and opinions

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  • Amazing!!

    Mad Dog and Kate are such great characters. I love a strong, alpha male, particularly when they are matched with a strong, independent female, and Mad Dog and Kate definitely fit that bill. The couple are relatable with their insecurities about being accepted for who they are. Mad Dog Sheppard is guarded, possessive, gorgeous, intelligent, loyal and a gentle giant until you cross him. Kate, strong in her own right, giving, and intelligent; she does volunteer work, helps run the family business all while also being able to analyze and attack a situation head-on. I felt for Kate having to deal with parents who are single minded in wanting her to marry Luther, even though she has told them no. The choices that come about in this story are so strong and deliberate, I love it!

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