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    Cop on her Doorstep by Karen Docter

    Cop on Her Doorstep by Karen Docter A fantastic romance with a touch of realism on the fear that family might feel for members of the police, fire fighters and service members. This novel addresses that fear, but more is a touching couple that fall in love while living their everyday lives. The young boys are adorable and I love how the hero takes the extra steps by going to the school and finding out if it's really a gang initiation or not. That scored major points for the hero's character. I really enjoyed the emotional ups and worrying about the conflicts in this romance. Well written and interesting throughout. I look forward to reading more by this author.
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    Strong woman, alpha male who's extremely sensitive

    Karen Docter is a new author to me. I'm always skeptical when I read a book from a "new to me" author, but Karen Docter didn't disappoint. This book really touched me. It is an emotional read with compelling characters and a great storyline. I really think the author did a great job with her character development. Carrie is a strong woman. She's raising her son alone and managing a successful career. I like how she seems to have figured it out. And despite her son's escapades, she does realize that he's missing out on having a man in the house. I just don't think she ever expected that the man would end up being a cop. It was really neat how Carrie meets Jake literally on her doorstep - with her son beside him. And that was the start of a great, complicated, exciting relationship. Gosh, I just love Jake. He speaks to Carrie in a rational, loving, kick-ass kind of way. He loves her, but he won't let her do something he doesn't think is right for her. I love how he let her learn for herself when he realizes he can't convince her, and when he admits that if she doesn't see what he sees, then maybe what he's seeing isn't real. I can't say enough good things about this hero. Carrie's strength also means that she can be stubborn. She has hung onto her misdirected responsibility for her husband's death for a long time, and it takes the fear of possibly losing the love of her life to help her realize the reality of the situation - well, that fear, and the arguments of a good man who can be equally stubborn and refused to give up on the love of HIS life! I strongly recommend this book to anyone who likes hometown heroes, strong women, sensitive men, and a great love story! Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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