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    Sweet and funny

    LOVING A LAWMAN is sweet, funny, emotional and heartbreaking, with lots of drama and characters that will have you rooting for them from the first page. This is one of those books you hate and love at the same time, the kind that makes you want to cry and slap some common sense into some people. This is my first book by Ms. Lillard and I'm already looking forward to the next because this was such an interesting read. She does a great job capturing the complexities of living in a small town and how difficult it can be to live down negative perceptions. Jessie McAllen is Cattle Creek's resident wild child and her on again, off again relationship with Chase Langston is fodder for constant gossip, but Jessie has had enough of both her reputation and Chase's wandering eye and is working on a plan to leave for good. Sheriff Seth Langston has been in love with Jessie for as long as he's known her, but she's his brother's girl and completely off limits, even though he knows his brother does not deserve her. A busted truck and an unexpected kiss lead to surprising revelations and give Seth the opportunity to show Jessie how he really feels about her but what do the dependable, well-loved town Sheriff and the impulsive wild child have in common? How can two people from such different backgrounds find common ground? Will the town ever accept them together and let Jessie live down her reputation? What about Chase? So many questions, so many issues. Jessie and Chase had an uphill battle from the start, between Jessie's insecurities, her relationship with Chase and the gossip and I honestly wasn't feeling the town at all, especially the way they treated Jessie. I liked her because she was never down for long and her fears and issues, when combined with her strengths made her a really remarkable character. Seth was the town hero, but more than that he was a real good man. Caring, protective, steady and really sweet, and exactly what Jessie needed. Ms. Lillard did good with the way she handled potentially messy situations with the characters and while some parts were heartbreaking, there was also some humor to lighten things up. This was an enjoyable read and if the excerpt for the next book is anything to go by, the next installment promises even more drama and I definitely won't miss it. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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