Divorced, Desperate and Dangerous

Divorced, Desperate and Dangerous

by Christie Craig

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Divorced, Desperate and Dangerous by Christie Craig

This novella originally appeared in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance anthology Three Southern Beaches.

Reese Morris has run away from home. She's left behind her adoring but overbearing grandmother, her broken heart . . . and most importantly, the no-good Texan jerk who broke it. She told him her secrets. He told her lies. He was nothing more than an undercover cop wanting one thing--and it wasn't her--he was out to bust her brother and his thug boss. How could she let him con her into feeling so damn much?

For two months, Detective Turner Calder hasn't been able to forget the betrayed look in Reese's eyes when she found out he'd deceived her. Now two witnesses from that case have been murdered, and he's traveling halfway across the country to protect her. If that means taking on her seventy-year-old grandma who has a black belt in Karate, a hired assassin--who scares him less than Granny--and the whole bat-shit crazy town of Hung, Georgia, he's up for the challenge. Because the biggest danger of all would be losing her.

Bonus Content:

At the end of the book, get a sneak peek at two more Christie Craig books in the Divorced and Desperate series, Divorced, Desperate and Dead and Divorced, Desperate and Daring!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150354289
Publisher: BookEnds Literary Agency
Publication date: 11/03/2014
Series: Divorced and Desperate Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 54,205
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Christie Craig is an award-winning writer, photojournalist, motivational speaker, writing teacher, and author of The Everything Guide To Writing a Romance Novel. Texas Hold 'Em, the next book in her humorous romantic suspense trilogy, is available now. Spellbinder, the sixth book in her New York Times bestselling Shadow Falls young adult paranormal series written under the name C. C. Hunter, is also available now. And Reborn and Eternal, the first two books in her new Shadow Falls: After Dark series, are available now.

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Divorced, Desperate and Dangerous 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## This was cute. I liked it for the most part. It was definitely a tad short with only 93 pages, however the story was intriguing. What bothered me the most is that we don't get to see the hero and heroine fall for each other. I felt like I came into the middle of the story. Reese just had her heart broken by Turner when it started. But we didn't get to experience it. It would've been fun to read about the two months they were getting to know each other. On the up side there are plenty of humorous moments and plenty of interesting characters.
tjbg More than 1 year ago
I really have loved reading all the books by Christie Craig and this one does not disappoint. Great characters and situations I eagerly await the next in the series.
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PJ16 More than 1 year ago
I love how she expanded her divorced series to the guys now with the ball and chain group and yet still mentioned the characters from the original books. This was a great novella and a wonderful start to the next 2 books. Loved the characters especially Casey and the Grandma. Can't wait to read the next book in the series. 
dreamalittle More than 1 year ago
Of course I started with the Shadow Falls books, because I'm a teen at heart. Then I realized after I got info the Texas books that I'm an adult. Then came the Divorced books... and Divorced, Desperate and Dangerous brings out this hot and bothered womanhood that comes after a divorce into a world of mystery and Christie's amazing sense of humor. You can't ask for a better writer or book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars I'm guessing there's a book before this one? There are entirely to many references to past situations and characters that left me super confused and as I've never read this author before, I didn't research. In any case, I did enjoy this read, I loved the connection with All HUNG Up and some its characters, Casey and Frank are hilarious and I really hope their attraction pans out because they seem to really need one another. I think the majority of Reese's anger towards Turner was misplaced, she did have every right to be upset because he lied to her but blaming him for her brother was right stupid. Seems her brother was an idiot, hung out with the wrong crowd, got mixed up doing the wrong thing until it was too late to get out. He was at fault, not her and definitely not Turner. After every thing is said and done he still goes out his way to make sure both siblings are safe. Plus she gave in to her hormones pretty damn quick so she couldn't have been that mad... SR
SarahSmith More than 1 year ago
I first read this in the Three Southern Beaches with Kathleen Brooks and Robyn Peterman. All three stories revolve around Hung Island a fictional coast in Georgia. This series has three male protagonists that belong to the No-Ball and Chain Gang, since each of the guys was burned by their exes in the past. In this story Turner Calder has followed Reece Morris to Hung Island since he believes her life is in danger. This is a short story, but it has all of the humor, feeling and romance of a full length Christie Craig novel. Definitely worth your time.