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Love & Murder Series Book Six
Wes Harding reminded himself every day how lucky he was. He was alive, his uncle gave him a home to live in, he had Spock...his service dog. He also had moments of PTSD where the dark would take him over and he didn't have part of his leg. But life was going to be good in Trouble Bay, Wisconsin. A new beginning.
Hailey had terrible taste in men. Desiring a rich man who had paid attention to her was a bad choice. What she learned about him on her computer left quite a few details out. Which is how she and her mother ended up in the witness protection program and were moved the the big city to some tiny hick town where it got cold.
Both Wes and Hailey were working through their past hurts and found they could help each other. The other characters share their point of view throughout the book giving the reader a well-rounded story. I've really enjoyed this series as it's a great mix of mystery and romance.
**Sensual content and language
Hayley is a quiet, careful woman in her 30's. The initial dangerous situation that Hayley encountered made me say, "Oh sh*t!" She finds herself in the witness protection program with her new cute baby Finn and her mother. They were placed in a small lakeside resort town in Minnesota. The townspeople are nosy yet nice and friendly. In a funny way, Hayley meets her next door neighbor Wes. Wes is a really good guy who recently retired from the Army due to losing half of one leg and getting a mild case of PTSD. He has a good prosthetic and a loveable service dog named Spock, a Labrador retriever. Wes has been valiantly staving off depression with the help of his uncle and his rewarding job making handcrafted lamps.
I absolutely loved the adorably awkward conversation when Hayley and Wes agree to become lovers. I had to bookmark that totally classic dialogue in my Kindle. Hayley insists on keeping the relationship light, but you can tell that they are perfect for each other. Wes is a man of few words, but he wants to be her "battered knight" when he realizes that she and her baby may be in danger from kidnapers. Awww!
FYI, the love scenes are infrequent and mildly graphic. The scenes have a great sense of intimacy.
I really like how the author includes third person perspectives of about 8 people in the book, both of good characters and the not-so-good characters plotting to kidnap Hayley's baby. There is a lot of good character development even among the villains. I also love the twist of not knowing exactly what will happen. Although the suspense sequences did not make my heart pound, the sweet coziness of the story made me love it. This is the first book by Edie Ramer I have read, but I will definitely read more in this series.
I received a free advanced reading copy from the author, and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.
I received an advance copy from the author in return for an honest review and I received no compensation.
Don't miss this great addition to the Edie Ramer section in your personal library. (And if you don't have that section yet, here is a great place to start!)