Maria Rachel Hooley has been featured in numerous publications such as Green Hills Literary Lantern, Westview, and Kimera. She has written over twenty novels in numerous genres. Her first chapbook of poetry, A Different Song, was published by Rose Rock Press in 1999. She is a high school teacher and lives in Oklahoma with husband and three children, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. She is an advocate for education about autism.
Her Only Hopeby Maria Rachel Hooley
The last person OSBI agent Ridge Matthews ever expected to walk into his life was Brecca Nunley, the only woman he couldn’t shake. Now, not only is she back, she’s his next case. It takes a lot to rile him up, but missing kids usually do it, especially when the kid in question
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When trouble calls, you definitely want Ridge Matthews on your side.
The last person OSBI agent Ridge Matthews ever expected to walk into his life was Brecca Nunley, the only woman he couldn’t shake. Now, not only is she back, she’s his next case. It takes a lot to rile him up, but missing kids usually do it, especially when the kid in question is the five-year-old son he never knew he had to begin with. Now Ridge has to find his son and protect the woman he loves from a ruthless killer he put behind bars years ago. Oh yeah, he's also supposed to keep his heart and hands away from Brecca, but some things are destined to fail before they start.
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I am not really sure where to start. The story was a familiar every night FBI story. I liked the writing style which is why I gave it 4 stars. The story could of knocked your socks off. I mean you could feel the love between the two, and he finds he has a 5 year old child he never knew. I love that story, but it kept failing,it needed more intimacies. I wanted to have more of the son in it. Like him meeting his dad for the first time. I just kept getting hung up.