Judging Joshua

Judging Joshua

by Mary Anne Wilson

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Listen To Your Heart

Joshua Pierce came home to Silver Creek with a little girl, a lot of heartache and every intention of picking up his life in the big city the moment his bedridden father takes back the small-town sheriff s uniform. Then he pulls over Riley Shaw and his life is forever changed.

Riley's alibi sounds fishy, but as Joshua investigates the reason she's driving an allegedly stolen car, he finds he's losing himself in her room-brightening smile and generous heart.

And when she makes an impression on his daughter, Joshua begins to wonder if Riley's the real reason he's found himself back in Silver Creek….

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460369449
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/15/2014
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 874 KB

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Judging Joshua 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
When his father suffered a heart attack, Joshua Pierce left the Atlanta Police Department to come home to Silver Creek, Nevada to help his dad and to work as a deputy in the sheriff¿s office, temporarily at least in his mind. While on mobile patrol, Joshua stops a speeder. The check of the plates reveals a stolen vehicle so he arrests the driver Riley Shaw who insists she is driving the car legally to San Diego. However, her confirmation in Chicago fails to back her because the owner Alvin Nyland is out of pocket at the moment. As Joshua learns about Riley¿s arresting past, he begins to fall in love with his vivacious prisoner. She reciprocates and feels great affection for his beloved daughter JJ, but believes that someone who should one day soon become the elected sheriff cannot afford an albatross of a spouse with a mile long rap sheet of a past. Besides she knows he loves his late first wife Sarah. When the air is cleared she will leave with JJ¿s drawings, but her heart will remain behind. --- JUDGING JOSHUA is a joyful Return to Silver Creek for readers and ultimately the title hero. The story line is fun to follow as Joshua adheres to police procedures with his handling of the potentially stolen car scenario, but outgoing Riley makes him want to throw away the book not just because of his attraction, but with her tender nurturing of his daughter because inside his heart he knows the truth. Readers will enjoy this fine tale. --- Harriet Klausner