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CBA MarketplaceOff-the-cuff observations make this a fun and enjoyable read and add hometown flavor to the writing, Highly recommended.
— Margaret Feinberg
Sharon Dunn's suspense novel, Romance Rustlers and Thunderbird Thieves, has gone into second printing only four months after being released.
Posted October 15, 2009
Review by Gretchen Hoffman
You know what they say about redheads. Well, Ruby Taylor is one of them. She's got a hot-tempered attitude to go with her flaming red hair. She's also a woman with a past. Her mom, a felon turned Christian during a ten-year stay in prison, loves to help anyone and everyone. Despite Ruby's aversion to all things Christian, she ends up trying to help a woman who showed up in town looking for her thief of a husband and a young woman whose fiancé disappeared two weeks before the wedding.
Ruby gets thrown into a hilarious mess of an adventure-complete with a kidnapping, an obnoxious yet gorgeous cop her mom knows from church, a harrowing event with a helicopter, and much more. But as she dives further into the two women's mysteries, Ruby must face her anger and bitterness over her own painful past.
Great novel. Ruby is quirky, fun, and a genuine character. I can't wait for more of her crazy-fun adventures!