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Fool's Gold (A sexy funny mystery/romance, Cottonmouth Book 2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2014

    fun and engaging Well written! Well written and fun

    The world needs more men like Brax!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2014

    Highly Recommended

    After having read the first Cottonmouth book in the series I looked forward to reading the 2nd book and it did not disappoint. Now I'm ready for the next book, once it's written. I'm especially anxious to find out what happens with the 2 sister's mother as she is a real suppity female.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2013

    Loved it

    Love the story and the fun characters. A little slow to start but worth it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2012

    Little slow but picks up

    The first book is definitly better. This book is slow at some parts. Its a must read if you have read the first book. Brax is sexy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2005

    A Keeper!

    Tyler 'Brax' Braxton is a sheriff in Cottonmouth, California. When he receives a frantic phone call from his sister, Maggie Felman, he decides to use some vacation time and visit her. Maggie believes her husband of ten years, Carl, is having an affair and plans to leave her. Brax arrives in Goldstone, Nevada, and cannot believe his eyes. Goldstone is like a ghost town. The nearest grocery store is thirty miles away and all the buildings fell to ruin during a fire catastrophe and then a flood catastrophe long ago - never to be rebuilt. Brax can't figure out how the few people that reside in Goldstone exists. ............................... As Brax and Carl chat in the only local bar, Brax finds his attention riveted by hot Simone Chandler. Then he learns that she earns her living by writing erotica fantasies for internet clients. Of course, his own imagination jumps to life. He soon realizes that people came to Goldstone to forget or be forgotten. Brax has plenty he would like to forget and found the idea fascinating. One thing is for sure, he finds Simone VERY fascinating and is soon finding time see her. All is going well, until Carl turns up murdered. ........................... Simone may live in a trailer and write erotica for a living, but everyone in the small town knows she would never harm a fly. Not even the sleazy Jason Lafoote, who is trying to get the permits needed to open a gambling resort in the area. But then the most horrible thing possible happens, her MOTHER comes to visit with the intention of making Simone move back home! ........................... ***** Romance, humor, mystery, hot scenes, and suspense ... it's all in here. HQN struck gold (no pun intended) when they got a contract with author Jennifer Skully. As much as I liked her previous book 'Sex and the Serial Killer', I enjoyed this one even more! This is one novel you will not trade into a used a book store. It will head straight to you Keeper Shelf to be enjoyed again at a later date. Wonderful story that I highly recommend to all. *****

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent storytelling, brilliant characterizations

    Cottonmouth, California Sheriff Tyler Blaxton takes leave to assist his upset sister Maggie Felman in Goldstone, Nevada. Maggie believes her spouse Carl, an outhouse excavator, is having an affair with some bimbo. Tyler takes Carl to a bar for drinks and talk, but learns nothing but meets beautiful Simone Chandler, author of erotica romances on the net................ While Tyler and Simone are attracted to one another, he also finds Carl behaving mysteriously and strange, but believes he is not having an affair with anyone. As Tyler digs deeper, he observes his brother-in-law acting especially belligerent with odious developer Jason LaFoote. Still in spite of his efforts to learn the truth behind Carl¿s recent actions, Tyler fails to uncover anything of note until an unknown third party raises the ante with murder................. With references to the witch sisters of the Wizard of Oz and an intriguing love at first sight romance, FOOL¿S GOLD starts off as a family drama that about half way into the plot switches into a murder mystery. The audience will treasure and reread the subplot when the focus is on Tyler and Simone when the story line concentrates on the estrangement between Maggie and Carl, fans will wonder why they do not communicate, what he hides in his trailer, and what caused the split (explained too late). The who-done-it is cleverly devised leaving fans with a truly golden tale..................... Harriet Klausner

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