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    Amazing MUST READ! Loved it!

    I absolutely loved Shelter For Sophie (Badge of Honor: Texas Heroes Book 8) by Susan Stoker.  It's a fantastic must read for all romance fans or anyone who enjoys a well crafted plot and engaging characters.  You can't go wrong with any Susan Stoker book, but this is Ms. Stoker at her very best, and my new favorite hands down. This is the story of two people who have both been tested and looked down upon due to factors beyond their control, and each has been deeply affected in their own way.  Sophie Carson is a beautiful young woman who works with burn victims and just happens to stutter.  She may have a speech impediment, but is one feisty lady who stands up for what she believes in and does whatever she can to help those less fortunate. Roman "Chief" Proudfit, a member of the Navajo Nation, is a firefighter at Station 7 and Sophie's hot neighbor.  Chief may be more than a bit jaded because of the prejudice he has encountered as a Native American, but that man knows how to treat a lady.  Tough on the outside, he has a big heart, and can't tolerate others being taken advantage of. Sparks fly between these two, but because of a misjudgement on Chief's part, he's going to have to prove his sincerity to Sophie.  What follows is a wonderful story of two people, both in need of acceptance and appreciation for who they truly are inside.  Shelter for Sophie is full of suspense, action, and danger, including a suspected arsonist, a narcisistic doctor, and a few lost souls in need of a home.  And of course there's plenty of touching romance and hot action between the sheets. Along with Sophie and Chief, there's a wonderful cast of other characters, several who have been featured in previous books.  While it was great to catch up on many of Chief's friends, I also enjoyed reading about new characters. Sophie has some wonderful gal pals who each have their own struggles.  I hope to read about several of the secondary characters in following books, and I hope this series doesn't come to and end anytime soon. Along with truly enjoying reading about their adventures, I learned some things from both Sophie and Chief.  Sophie reminded me that we shouldn't allow things perceived by others as flaws to get in the way of living or to expect less of others because of it.  I also enjoyed learning about customs of the Navajo and their deep appreciation for life and simple things.  Chief reminded me to stop and take time to look up at the stars. There is an element to this story that some may perceive as paranormal, while to others it's just a matter of customs and beliefs.  I felt it further enriched the story and is so well incorporated in the plot and deeply imbedded in a character's nature that by the end of the story I was so drawn in that I completely lost my skepticism. On a side note, I'm glad I don't live in an area where coyotes are prevalent.  You'll have to read the book to find out why. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed Shelter for Sophie and highly recommend it. This is an absolute must read that was impossible to put down.  I was so drawn into the story that several chores went undone until I finished it.  It's not only going on my keeper shelf, but I'm also sure I will reread in the future, which I don't often do.  But this book is absolutely worth a second read.  I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this title.  Thanks Susan Stoker!
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    Gotta love these HOT fire fighters!!!

    This is book 8 in the Badge of Honor series and it features Sophie and Chief. Sophie is a beautiful woman who’s insecure because she stutters. Chief is a Native American fire fighter who’s all too familiar with discrimination in all it’s ugly forms. These two were attracted to each other but the story line was missing the burning attraction. I felt like these two could have continued through the entire book without having sex. Then, when they FINALLY did do it, it wasn’t all that exciting. This author is a favorite of mine but this book was not. It was good but it didn’t WOW me like every other book she’s written. I’m looking forward to whatever she comes out with next.
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    EVERYONE can have a HAPPY EVER AFTER.

    Throughout The Badge Of Honor Series we have gotten to know Chief, & have I've been waiting for him to get his story. Sophie is the perfect leading lady for Chief. I really enjoyed how they weren't insta-love right this second. There were obstacles to over come, mainly Chief jumping to conclusions (well he is male right ? ) and of course it wouldn't be a Badge Of Honor Story if it didn't have a baddy or two to cause some drama. Susan Stoker never lets her readers down, she always gives us a story that , not only comes from the heart, but also deals with real life issues. In Sophies case Stuttering. These issues are always dealt with in a more than sensitive manner and show us EVERYONE can have a HAPPY EVER AFTER. I also loved the Native American aspect of the book and how Chief honors his Navajo culture and how he introduces Sophie to the Navajo customs & language. As i have come to expect from Susan Stoker, SHELTER FOR SOPHIE was extremely well researched, fabulously written and the story line keeps you reading right through until you are finished in one sitting. I LOVED IT !!!
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    Loved the Real Life Issues!

    Loved the story of Sophie and Chief! Favorite scene was where he held her white/blond hair and his black hair together, and twined them. I can just picture that!
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    What a ride

    Susan Stoker did it again with Shelter for Sophie. Very few authors can make a person run through the gambit of emotions and leave you hung over after the book is finished. but that is exactly how I felt at the end of this book. Sophie and Roman go through so much and their journey pulls you in and takes you for a ride.
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