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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

One of her best

I love Linda Howard, although she has been known to do a "clunker" from time to time. This is an older book, it's being re-released. I love the characters in this book! The humor that they have makes you want to meet these people in reality. It's worth re-reading, b...
I love Linda Howard, although she has been known to do a "clunker" from time to time. This is an older book, it's being re-released. I love the characters in this book! The humor that they have makes you want to meet these people in reality. It's worth re-reading, but you don't want to buy it again, thinking it's a new story.

posted by LTB88 on August 24, 2011

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

adorable

Hillsboro, Alabama is a small sleepy town with a population of nine thousand people. It is a place where everybody knows their neighbors and doors are always unlocked. Daisy Minor has lived there all her life and is viewed by the town as a straight-laced spinster, who...
Hillsboro, Alabama is a small sleepy town with a population of nine thousand people. It is a place where everybody knows their neighbors and doors are always unlocked. Daisy Minor has lived there all her life and is viewed by the town as a straight-laced spinster, who dresses down and acts prissy. Daisy is aware of the townsfolk¿s opinion of her, but on her thirty-fourth birthdays, she decides she wants a life.

She moves out of the house she shared with her mother and her aunt, gets a complete make over and hits the night club scene. Even before Daisy transformed herself into a good-looking woman, she caught the attention of Jack Russo, the town¿s police chief. He finds the new Daisy adorable and goes all out in his pursuit of her. When she witnesses a murder and Jack fears the murderer will come after her, he puts a wall of protection around her and her family. When they can catch the killer, Jack intends to take his relationship with Daisy to the next level.

OPEN SEASON is a humorous tale of a woman who wants a family of her own and does what¿s needed to gain one. The situations she finds herself in are so hilarious readers will burst out laughing at odd moments. The suspense adds depth to the relationship between the lead characters yet demonstrates that not every book Linda Howard writes has to be intense to be quite good. OPEN SEASON can be summed up in one word: adorable.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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