Series: , #1
by Georgette St. Clair
Published by No Publisher Listed on January 1st 1970
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Paranormal, Romance
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Look out, Shifters of Silver Peak, there’s a new sheriff in town. Unfortunately, it’s curvy, clumsy Chelsea Wintergreen, who knows how to make twenty flavors of cake pop but knows nothing about law enforcement. And even worse, after she’s suckered into letting the local pack deputize her, she finds out that her first assignment is…bringing in sexy, deadly Roman Kincaid, the leader of a rogue band of shifters. Roman Kincaid may be allergic to commitment, but he takes one look at Chelsea’s lush curves and knows he has to have her. In his bed. In his life. He’s spent his whole life on the run from his past, but sweet, sassy Chelsea may have him rethinking his “hit it and quit it and leave town tomorrow” philosophy. But he and his gang of uncivilized shifters are going to have to work double-hard to convince Chelsea they’re capable of changing their ways…and a mysterious rash of sheep thefts and murder isn’t going to make it any easier.
Review: Bad Boys Need Love, Too.
Okay, so the cover guy is hot and what got me to pick this one. Well, that and the fact that it was on Kindle Unlimited. Anywho…
Chelsea Wintergreen- Empath and baker turned Sheriff hired by small town to arrest scary but gorgeous leading man.
Roman Kincaid- Alpha of traveling gypsy band of shifters and said scary but gorgeous leading man that Chelsea is trying to arrest.
The unique ways Chelsea comes up with to try to arrest Roman are fascinating. What makes her even more interesting is her willingness to ignore her attraction to Roman and continue her pursuit. She was hired to do a job and she really tries to do that job.
Goodreads has this as a 4 star and I have to agree. This book is not challenging in any way but then it isn’t expected to be, is it? It is only 140 pages, so it may take 2 hours to read. There is a slight bit of mystery but no real plot twists. There was one random character thrown in just to create some drama but the addition was not needed. Matters not obviously leading to another book in the series are wrapped up nicely. If you are looking for character depth, this is not the book for you. This is a well written, light read with a ton of HEA.