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Arrested by Love: A Western Romance Novel (Long Valley) (Volume 3) Paperback – July 26, 2017
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Just the right amount of drama - family feuds, misunderstandings and a biased judge sets the stage for this (almost forbidden) love story.
Wyatt Miller is at the Long Valley Jail awaiting his trial in Boise after stopping a drunk driver from getting behind the wheel, a drunk who happens to be his former brother-in-law and son of a local judge who has denied bail when Wyatt's lawyer asks for a change of venue due to the obvious conflict of interest. In denying bail, Wyatt is forced to wait about 5 weeks in jail before his court date in Boise.
Wyatt Miller has suffered personal losses (I don't want to reveal his other circumstances) the most serious being the death of his wife and daughter at the hands of a drunk driver. In addition, there has been a longstanding misunderstanding between Wyatt and the town's sheriff that complicates matters when Abby Connelly (the sheriff's daughter who is also a deputy) has been put in charge of him while he's in jail.
Abby Connelly is a strong, dedicated deputy who takes her professional role seriously and is appalled at the blatant prejudice the judge shows against Wyatt, essentially putting Wyatt's livelihood as a farmer in jeopardy at a time when his crops need to be harvested. Adding to that, Abby is well aware of the issues between her father and Wyatt which further complicates matters.
But a funny thing happens as Abby and Wyatt learn more about each other during his time in her jail. She sees a side of Wyatt that others do not - a man who has suffered serious heartache and disappointments in the past who now sees that he must change his attitude even when he can't change the circumstances. And it is this man who wants to change, wants to be a better man that charms Abby.
This is a beautiful love story with many layers - we see different sides of the main characters that draws you more and more into their story. In the end, you are hoping they can overcome the obstacles in their way in finding happiness together!
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book. This is my honest review.
This was a very good book. Abby was attracted to Wyatt and felt like he was getting a raw deal all around--from her father, from the judge, and from the people of the town. It was interesting how the two got to know each other better with Wyatt living in the jail. I loved how his counseling helped him to make better decisions moving forward. There were things about Abby that she hadn't told Wyatt that caused some problems for the two. Of course that was just one of many things they had to get past. This is a great story that flows well. I strongly encourage you to read the book. I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book.
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Wyatt is gruff, angry, traumatised and grieving, he may come across as abrupt and unapproachable but the more we get to know him the...Read more
Small town setting, realistic characters.
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This is another awesome book in this series. I LOVE Wyatt even with all of his anger issues.Read more