- Series: Redemption County (Book 1)
- Paperback: 282 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 1, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1548285293
- ISBN-13: 978-1548285296
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.6 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 39 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,437,507 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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And the secondary characters, loved them. Especially that smart as hell K-9, Denver. He stole my heart.
I feel like I've been in a reading slump for a really long time, and I think (I hope) this has pulled me out of it. I really could not put this down.
Rosie has lived in Sundown all her life, she knows everyone and everyone knows her and there's no such thing as secrets in such a small town.
Cruz walks up to the bar where Rosie is working and the attraction is instant, he may not have come to town looking for a woman but Rosie is hard to resist.
Cruz is tall muscled and tattooed in other words he's hot and so unlike anything this town has seen before and Rosie can hardly form words the first time she's face to face with him.
As these two get closer and both their pasts are revealed but can either of them truly escape the mistakes they've made or will their pasts come back to haunt them.
This is a cute sweet funny read, I do love small town books full of quirky characters and I'm looking forward to the next one.
There's so many parts I loved and this is one of the many that made me smile
The girl peered at Rosie but then turned back to Cruz. “Did you drawed on yourself?” she asked in a voice that was somewhere in between awe and you’re-getting-in-trouble.
Rosie stifled a snort. “Ah…” Cruz frowned. Christ, the kid had to be three feet tall. And she stared at him like a courtroom judge who expected an honest answer immediately. “No. One of my friends did.”
"You gots to wash it off,” she said. “You’re ‘posed to use soap but we don’t have soap. Here.” She grabbed a grubby napkin from on top of a paper plate at her feet and proceeded to rub it along Cruz’s arm.
I voluntarily read a review copy kindly provided by NetGalley and Victory Editing NetGalley Co-Op
I first started reading Sharon Kay's books when she came out with the Solsti Prophecy series, and then continued on with her Watcher's Kiss series. She does an amazing job of paranormal romance. But some authors just stick with the genre they are good in. I'm really glad that Sharon Kay stepped out of her comfort zone because it proves that she's really a writer, not just a paranormal romance writer. And she is an awesome writer.
We meet Cruz Zaffino just as he is being released from prison. He's the ultimate bad boy. Not just a bad boy, but a bad boy who spent 10 years in prison for murder. However, as some know, our judicial system isn't fool-proof and innocent men get put away for crimes they didn't commit.
Then we meet the sweet innocent country girl, Rosie Marlow who as it happens, also is hiding a dark secret of her own. Of course, dark secrets are relative when you're dealing with the country life, where everyone knows everyone else's business (and everyone is related...I mean this in the best way and knowing this from experience from my own family).
On the surface, you would think this is a story of redemption of the bad boy by the sweet innocent country girl, and in most of the book, it is. But ultimately, both characters find redemption and love in each other.
Sharon Kay broke out of her comfort zone with this book. She took a chance, and ended up writing an amazing story. She proved that not only is she a great paranormal romance writer, but she is a great writer. Period.
What a great start to the series. This was so good. It had everything that kept my heart beating. Well balanced angst, downright filthy with a side dish of sweet.
Cruz threw a dart on a whim to start a new life and landed in Sundown, Illinois. Population 782. A quaint town where everyone knows everyone.
He got a job, rented a house and could leave any time with no regrets. Just to start afresh. Trying to deal with ten years of prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He was exonerated. But those ten years are still gone. Things change when he goes out for a drink.
How in the hell had he been in this room for ninety minutes and not noticed her?
Rosie Harlow is the sweet country girl she works at the Sundown Bar and Grille. She’s taking life as it comes. And for the moment it’s going well until someone walks up to the bar. And for her things change as well.
Whoa. Her mind and body stopped. Froze. Her mouth may have dropped open. Because walking toward the bar, cutting path through the busy country cacophony, was a dark force of nature.
Despite the “don’t mess with me” attitude he is one of the good ones. The past stays no matter where you go. And for these two lovebirds it is no different. Rosie finds out about Cruz being an ex-inmate and being exonerated unfortunately from her brother but she still gives Cruz a chance.
Cruz realises that is path could have gone a different route. He dodged a bullet
Gang life, dodged a bullet. He is one of the good ones. A dark knight, an anti-Hero. He saves her and their lives become intertwined. Rosie has secrets and it is heart breaking what these two have gone through how they grow together and have something real special.
Ms. Kay got all the emotions spot on in the book. I love her writing style as well. She captivates you and pulls you into the story. Besides I’m a fan of small town romances everything has a slower pace.
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