Saturday, December 20, 2014

Saving the Sheriff by Roxanne Snopek Review

Title: Saving the Sheriff
Author: Roxanne Snopek
Genre: Holiday Romance
Pages: 126
Price: $0.99
Thoughts: Fun and quick-paced.

Book Synopsis:

The power might be out…but the heat is on.

Every year, free-spirited Frankie Sylva banishes her holiday loneliness with good deeds. This time, she’s rescuing a truckload of neglected reindeer—until a blizzard sidetracks her scheme, and now she’s stuck…literally.

Local sheriff Red LeClair is shocked to find a very cute, half-frozen woman trespassing on Three River Ranch in a ditched rig, with a suspiciously empty trailer. Is she a horse thief? Is she on the run? Is she out of her mind? He has no choice but to take her back to the ranch and keep an eye on her.

But when the power goes out, Red and Frankie are forced to depend on each other in a way that both have avoided for years. The sheriff’s quiet holiday is suddenly festive: a crackling fire, candles, carols, and an irresistible stranger…who might be a felon.


A fun, quick-paced read that will help wipe away any lingering holiday stress. I loved the storyline and the characters were well-developed. It was a light read that was perfect for the holidays. I highly recommend it.

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