Christmas Kiss from the Sheriff

Christmas Kiss from the Sheriff

by Kathryn Albright

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780373299072
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 11/22/2016
Series: Heroes of San Diego
Edition description: Original
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Kathryn Albright grew up in San Diego where she sets many of her western historical romances. A Golden Heart finalist and recipient of the HOLT Medallion Award of Merit, her stories celebrate courage and hope and love with a dash of adventure. She now lives in the rural Midwest.

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Christmas Kiss from the Sheriff 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SusanFrank More than 1 year ago
Very good book about two people who are looking for fresh starts in their lives. Gemma is a well educated and beautiful young woman who fled west after shooting a man in self-defense. She has put her education to use by becoming a teacher in the small mining town of Clear Springs. Craig is the new sheriff, who is looking for his own new beginning after his fiancee threw him over and married his brother instead. He plans to steer clear of entanglements for a good long time. Gemma and Craig are first brought into contact by a difference of opinion over how she handles a fight between two of her students. They agree to disagree, but neither is able to forget their encounter. They're brought together again when Gemma receives a threatening note and Craig is determined to investigate. Craig is impressed, and frequently frustrated, by Gemma's independence and reluctance to rely on his protection. I loved seeing him insist and use her own intelligence to show her what she needs. As he provides protection for her and they get to know each other, feelings begin to grow in spite of their intentions. But the more Craig gets to know her, the more he gets the feeling that Gemma is hiding something from him. Gemma knows she has to tell him what happened, but she's afraid of what his reaction will be. I liked seeing the way that she finally faced her past, knowing that it could have far reaching effects. Craig's reaction was understandable, though somewhat disappointing, but his actions redeemed him. The mystery of who was threatening Gemma was very well done. It started slow with just a couple notes, but escalated quickly. From thinking it was a disgruntled student or parent to her past catching up with her, Gemma was afraid of what would happen next. The injuring of a harmless old man and the burning down of the school, made Craig and Gemma realize that whoever it was would not give up easily. The identity of the villain during the final confrontation was unexpected, and I loved how Gemma saved herself.
Lattebooks More than 1 year ago
Be still my beating heart! I loved the chemistry and oh-so romantic tension between these two characters. It was like the show When Calls the Heart in BOOK form! Gemma is up to the challenge of teaching even though she is running from her former life. Craig, the heart stopping sheriff, has his hands full when sinister things start happening to Gemma and the school. Wonderful writing and engaging banter made this the perfect page turner! The secondary characters are unique and add depth to the story. (I loved the school children!) Those stolen kisses and steamy chemistry had me rooting for them! The suspense of danger builds up in each chapter until a twist of an ending that has you happy and oh so satisfied for the two love birds.