- File Size: 4426 KB
- Print Length: 176 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Thunderfoot Publishing Inc. (November 10, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 10, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N07W5QS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,455 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Oklahoma Christmas Blues (The McIntyre Men Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Darryl has been hired as a bouncer, or security for the saloon by Sophia’s cousins, well at least that’s the cover story and they could use help with some rowdy customers a bit deep in their drinks. The fact is that none of the men in Sophie’s family like the way her ex has hounded her and tried to break down a door to get to her. Darryl is there for her protection, but she’d pull a hissy fit if she knew… and like all things people do to protect us, sooner or later she’s gonna find out.
Neither one expected the sparks that few between them, or what to do when a job became much more personal.
Sophie has been doing some serious thinking about where her life is going and what she truly wants, hopes for her future. Between a visit from a surprisingly realistic town Santa to her aunt’s yearly letter to Santa ritual where she ask for her hopes for the coming year to come true – well, let’s just say that Sophie has written her own letter to Santa. All the hopes that she’s been afraid to voice flow easily in a letter to the bringer of dreams. And who knows, it worked for her aunt.
Oklahoma Christmas Blues is such a fun, thoughtful story that combines the magic of Christmas with the reality of falling in love unexpectedly. Life often has plans far different than our own, and Sophie and Darryl are about to discover the truth in that statement. Darryl has secrets, pains from his past that he needs to share with the woman he’s falling in love with. Sophie needs to trust in her instincts, and maybe be a bit open minded as well. They make a great couple and it was fun to follow along on their journey of discovering each other. It was also fun to touch base with some old friends from earlier connecting series – I happen to love long, involved series that build bridges between series through family.
One lesson that Sophie and Darryl did learn that we could take note of… never give up hope, you have no idea when those wishes you’ve made will be answered. Hope is the one thing you can depend on.
When her lawyer gets word to her that she's been exonerated and that her medical license is intact, Sophie knows she has to make decisions that will be lifechangers, and Santa just may have suggestions that will put her on the road to having her Christmas dreams come true.
I loved this book. It's one of those t that you just don't want to put down. Thanks, Ms Shayne!
This story is all about a spitfire woman called Sophie & a very mysterious man called Darryl. Sophie is hiding out while her career hangs in limbo, due to her ex who stole her prescription pad for illegal purposes. Darryl is on a quest for peace. His chance at fatherhood was taken from him long ago, and an IED in Iraq ensured he’d never get another.
In Big Falls, the McIntyre brothers hire him to keep an eye on their beautiful cousin Sophie, although unbeknownest to her.
There are a few really unexpected twists and turns, but never a dull moment. This story will turn the nastiest grinch, into a true believer of the wonderful spirit of Christmas.
Sophia learns from Santa that whatever has happened to her, no matter how bad it might have been, these things have caused her to now be right where she is supposed to be. Things happen for a reason. All you need to do is believe. And it seems that Darryl learns that same lesson as well.
This was a quick read of only 176 pages, but it was quite enjoyable. Not a lot of depth, but very nice for a Christmas story and after reading this I will probably check out the other two books in this series. And I would love to meet this author! She describes herself as a storyteller, and aside from her awesome writing style, she sounds like a fascinating person!
Daryl has been traveling for just under a year and working as a private investigator on his trip around the United States; after his years in the military, working as a cop and a Secret Service agent he is looking for peace. He is facing and dealing with a wound that from an IED in Iraq that took away his ability to be a father.
Sophia is a M.D. recently from New York where he ex-fiance used her prescription pad to obtain drugs for himself and to sell. She has come back to her family in Oklahoma to get away from the stress from the situation, her job and the stalker, her former ex-boyfriend.
The local Santa plays a big part in this story and help both Sophia and Daryl find their way to a new life, discover Daryl's teenage son and find a new place to call home where they can live and be happy.
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