Craig (Divorced, Desperate and Delicious) fills her new romantic thriller Gotcha! Christie Craig, Author. Dorchester/Love Spell $ (p). Read Gotcha! A Tall, Hot & Texan Novel by Christie Craig by Christie Craig by Christie Craig for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad. After a lifetime of undependable men, her brother’s prison break brings Mr. Right into Macy’s life – a Houston detective who won’t let her be the one who got away.
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Unfortunately when she opens her mouth her voice comes “out two octaves above chalk screeching across a blackboard”. Yes, the heroine played a part in finding her brother but she did not magically become an amazing sleuth. Now, Lisht-hearted, humorous romance. At twenty-five, her husband gave his secretary a pre-Christmas bonus in HER bed. The Big Bad Office Wolf. The only reason i gave it less than 5stars was because of the ending.
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yb An example in Gotcha! But cheesier than her job is her pie-eyed brother, who just recently escaped from prison to protect his new girlfriend. She blinked at her image and waited for the confession to offer her some relief. Staring at her image in the mirror, Macy made one of those face-your-fears kind of confessions that are supposed to help your mood.
Anything, craug be rude. Macy could be prickly at times but the author does a great job of providing context as to her reactions and fears. Jake is a little messed up as well, he lost his preacher father to cancer and his ex-fiancee to his brother and he doesn’t like talking crag himself but what I liked was that when he got a little heavy-handed protecting Macy, she didn’t take it, instead she kept him on his toes even when I wanted to tell her to grab him.
I gktcha if I should rate a book two stars only because I read it in one sitting and it wasn’t boring while at the same time it had some serious issues. Fans of Janet Evanovich should check Craig out. Craig makes them every bit as memorable as Macy and Jake.
Now I’m off to go raid the author’s bookshelf ; The Best Books of It messed with the flow of my reading and made me backtrack to make sure Crxig was actually reading a quote. Published June 1st by Love Spell first published May 5th So I’d say, overall, an okay read. My new favorite quote is “That will happen as soon as hell turns into a snowy winter wonderland that Santa lists among his top ten favorite places ny visit”.
Cop, hunk, son of a preacher and full of his own issues. Was a decent 3 star read. In this series Book 2. This was definitely one of those reads that once you started you will not want to put it down until the end.
I really liked this book and look forward to the next book in the series. To put it mildly, the two butt heads.
It’s perfect for a lazy day on the beach when you just want to enjoy what gotcya reading and not tax your brain too much. She’s attracted but doesn’t trust men and puts him through the wringer before deciding that she also has feelings. Macy and Jake both have chrietie issues, grandmother is a trip and mom is a sad little lady. Divorced, Desperate and Delicious.
To put things lightly, men have been undependable. And not in a good way. Feb 02, Cher rated it liked it.
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She gave her reflection another once-over. Blue Heron Complete Collection. And she is not the sharpest tool in the shed. Enter Officer Jake Baldwin. Christie Craig is an author that I can read and know I am going to get a good quality story with interesting and entertaining characters.
So when Jake and Macy meet for the first time the fire crackles. Some are silly even without mis I got this as a freebie.
Gotcha! a Tall, Hot & Texan Novel
The book had me cracking up or smirking or grinning the entire time. Jake too has a past that has left its mark on him, making him wary of love and me all the more eager to see him find it with Macy.
Jul 30, Sandy M rated it it was amazing Shelves: The writing was tight and there was much more showing than telling. It messed with the flow of my reading a 3.
June Romantic Times Review: I needed to see them as a couple in future things.