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    Pretty Reckless is an intense mysterious read. In the center of the story is deputy Laney and the mysterious murders that start to happens when in town comes her old love Sherriff Gunner. Laney thought she was able to move forward from her past and was engage to local vet but when Gunner shows up again everything turns upside down. And Gunner is determined that Laney becomes his again. We see just Laney POV all her feelings and thinking so all other characters are little bit left behind. So that is way I cannot tell much about the Gunner. They didn’t talk much just work related and you will be mine again. I must say I liked the attraction escalation but was disappointed when there was none written. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Highly entertaining and fun

    Favorite Quotes: “Mable Dilby was the little old church lady who owned the café. She had the mouth of a sailor and made pie crust good enough to make the bishop kick in a stained-glass window.” “I figure everyone has a family member they’d like to disown, and my cousin Wyatt Bennett was mine. The branches didn’t flourish on his side of the family tree.” “Wyatt had gotten the brilliant idea of plastering his smiling image, rifle in hand, on bulletin board-size flags. He said it was a good welcoming, made the people feel at home. Something I doubted, since he was missing two front teeth and had a mullet.” “…she screamed and gave the steering wheel a beating that would’ve knocked the tattoo off Mike Tyson’s face.” “I’d been to Shotgun Weddings Inc. once before, and the memory of peel-and-stick eyelashes and glitzy dresses still haunted my dreams.” “My mother’s green eyes narrowed. It was frightening the damage that look could still do even now that I was a twenty-six-year-old sheriff’s deputy who carried a gun.” My Review: Luck has rained down on me as I have unwittingly stumbled into a cache of pure treasure. I have discovered a new favorite author and am currently plowing my way through all her delightful books. Needless to say, I am happier than a fat kid in a chocolate factory without adult supervision. Joni Linton can certainly turn a phrase, she had mad skills. I smirked and barked my way through her first highly entertaining and snarky tale. I was completely engaged and unable to put my kindle down from page 1, and am absolutely gleeful in knowing I have all five of these bright shiny gems to binge on, I may not sleep all weekend. I adore her quirky and smart-mouthed characters as even the ancillary players are given a humorous description, eccentric personality, and unusual skill. Among my favorites are the stained and constantly eating deputy Elroy, the yellow thong wearing male prostitute Jacey Riggings, and the county coroner who also runs Hefty Bags, the family crime-scene clean-up business, just to name a few. Ms. Linton’s writing can deftly depict a painful event while maintaining a humorous tone with that crafty sarcastic edge. I am in awe of her talent and anxious to feast on the remainder of her buffet.

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