Goodbye, Enorma

Goodbye, Enorma

by John Locke


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Goodbye, Enorma by John Locke

In this hilarious, free-wheeling western adventure, Sheriff Emmett Love works overtime to protect the town's most popular resident, a 14-year-old early-blooming female aptly named Enorma Stitz. Enorma, coveted by every man within 100 miles of Dodge City-and every Indian tribe-is a handful in every sense of the word.

Meanwhile, Gentry has her hands full keeping the aggressive women of Dodge from stealing her man. She's also trying to raise her daughter, Scarlett Rose, to be a normal, loving child, despite the fact her meddling Godmother Rose seems determined to turn Scarlett into a witch.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781939927323
Publisher: John Locke, an Imprint of Telemachus Press, LLC
Publication date: 06/12/2013
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

New York Times best-selling author John Locke is the international best-selling author of sixteen books in four different genres. He is the 8th author in history to have sold one million eBooks on Kindle. Locke has had four books in the top ten at the same time, including #1 and #2. His Donovan Creed thriller series has sold more than 1,700,000 copies since January, 2011, and foreign rights have been acquired by six major publishers for Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Hungarian, and Lithuanian translations.

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Goodbye, Enorma 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book. Good to catch up with Emmet Love and friends. Books like this are why I love reading Locke!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book! ! ! Love this series. Please don't end here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is book four in the series. It too has an open conclusion, which I really dislike. I paid $2.99 for this 160 page, fast read. I had some problems with this ebook as the pages did not want to turn. I had to go to the formatting menu and skip ahead several pages to get them working right. I could not back track. Because of this, I missed out on quite a few pages of reading. I wish the books were numbered, as to their placement in the series. I thought this was book 3 and it was 4. So, I am reading them out of order. This series really needs to be read in the proper sequence. These books are a fun read, they are lewd, vulgar and sometimes laugh out loud funny. I like the way, song titles are worked into the script. Rudy was barely mentioned in this book. Emmett is such a dork. Enorma was over the top,( pun intended) there was too much made of her name and endowments. There was not as much of the paranormal in this book as there was in book 2, a fact of which I am very glad. There is only one curse word, used repeatedly throughout the book and it is not a nasty one. There are the usual sexual thoughts and actions, none detailed. Some violence and rather mild murders. I like the accurate bits of history thrown into the mix. There was some talk of church attendance, but this was the only religious remark made. I wish Rose or somebody would help poor Shrug become healthier. He has to be very uncomfortable. The editing was much better in this novel. I liked this book much better than I did book 2. Now, I am off to read book three. This is not chick lit, although there is a dab of romance. For readers, ages 18 and up, wanting to read something along the lines of "BLAZING SADDLES" or "THE THREE AMIGOES!" this book is for you. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading the last book.....well I sure hope it not the last.....I like to read more on there daughter, rose, shrug....of course emmett and gentry. I want more!!
poppaDS More than 1 year ago
This is another great John Locke book. This one is about a western sheriff who has been in earlier books and centers atoundyoung lady with great assets. You will laugh a lot when you read it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Emmett Love is such a great character. And I even had a few laughs. He and Gentry meet and experience some real history here. But, this story left me wanting way more. It's a western, right? How about Emmett showing what he can do with a gun other than drawing it quickly? I don't know. This is the first of Locke's westerns that i wouldn't rate a five, not even a four. I do look forward to the next one, and I'm hoping for more. Go get 'em, John!