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I know a lot of readers are comparing Open Season to Mr. Perfect, but please keep in mind they are totally different books.
Yes they both have humor, but Mr. Perfect dwells more on the aspect of murders while Open Season is more of a zany romantic comedy with a sub plot of white slavery that weaves itself throughout the book.
We have sweet mousey Daisy the small town librarian who at 34 is fed up with her looks and her boring life. She is lonely and wants a family. Daisy gets a hilarious makeover and the new blond classy Daisy attracts the resident hunk- Chief of Police Jack Russo. He is a Yankee thrown into a kettle of southerners and is totally smitten with Miss Daisy much to her chagrin in the beginning of their courtship.
It's pure fun to watch Daisy trying out her new look in the clubs where she causes a near riot and needs to be rescued by Jack.
Meanwhile she unwittingly notices a murder And from that point on despite the humor that had me laughing out loud throughout the book, Daisy's life was in danger.
Jack was not her type. That happens. But when they kissed it was fireworks! From that point on what Daisy thought she wanted was forgotten.
Lets add her zany mom and aunt and one adorable Marley and Me rambunctious golden retriever puppy to the mix and you have one hell of a great novel.
By the end of the book the bad guys are caught and there is a bittersweet ending for two minor characters that tugged at my heart strings.
I wish readers would take each Linda Howard book on its own merit.
I am a writer as we grow with each new book. we writers like to expand our horizons.
Ms. Howard wrote terrific westerns. She did a time travel. She tackles the supernatural. I admire that.
I enjoy her diversity. You never know what to expect from this talented lady.
I am very happy that Daisy and Jack and their dog Midas got to tell their tale... It was a great ride and I give the author kudos for taking a chance and branching out. I highly recommend Open Season to all.
Daisy the small town librarian is 34 and has always lived with her mother. She decides to get a makeover, new hair, new clothes and to start going to night clubs. Her goal is to get married and have babies. The police chief Jack goes to clubs to watch for bad guys putting date rape drugs in girls' drinks. Daisy unknowingly interacts with bad guys. She ends up being a target.
I loved something at the end that is not done enough by authors. There were a couple bad guys. We are in the heads of the bad guys as they plan and try to do bad things. They don’t know the good guys are on to them. Just before one of them is arrested, he thinks of what he will say if he is questioned. He believes he will not have a problem, but he has no idea that the good guys have all kinds of evidence against him. It was well done.
I read the paperback several years ago and gave it 4 stars. But just now listening to the audiobook I felt it definitely was worth 5 stars.
Deborah Hazlett is not a good narrator - for me. Many times I felt she was “reading fast.” She was not feeling things. Dialogue was clipped. A few times a character muttered or mumbled something. The narrator read that line in a chirpy voice. Not good interpretation. However, I was pleased that her breath noises were edited out.
Narrative mode: 3rd person. Story length: 337 pages. Swearing language: strong but not often used. Sexual language: moderate. Number of sex scenes: six. Setting: 1990s Hillsboro, Alabama. Copyright: 2001. Genre: contemporary romance with suspense.
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