Kiss Me, Sheriff!

Kiss Me, Sheriff!

by Wendy Warren

Paperback(Mass Market Paperback - Original)

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ISBN-13: 9780373623341
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 02/21/2017
Series: The Men of Thunder Ridge
Edition description: Original
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.80(d)

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Kiss Me, Sheriff! 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ehaney578 More than 1 year ago
KISS ME, SHERIFF is a beautifully fragile love story that will well your tears and warm you heart! I don’t think I can adequately express how amazing and wonderful Derek and Willa’s story is. On the outside, Willa is cheerful and friendly and a great addition to the town of Thunder Ridge but on the inside, she’s suffering some deep emotional hurts. Willa is trying to keep everyone at arm’s length but finds it awful hard to do so when the sheriff’s sexy smile and kind eyes reawaken all sorts of feelings. Feelings she is not deserving of, and is desperately afraid of. Derek is the sheriff of Thunder Ridge and has his sights set on Willa. He’s breaking all his own rules in pursuit of the lovely red-head but he can’t seem to help himself. He knows Willa is the one for him, now he’s just got to convince her of that fact. Easier said than done! Willa is a remarkable heroine. She’s easy to relate to and deeply empathize with. But what won this book over for me was Derek. He is the ultimate contemporary romance hero. He is kind, loyal, faithful, caring, strong and has a heart of solid gold! I fell in love with Derek many times during the story. When you think he couldn’t get any better, he does something magnanimous and you’re instantly enchanted all over again. The story was magical. The romance, heartbreakingly beautiful. I had tears streaming down my face more than once! And it’s not just a romance. It’s about learning to love in all forms. It’s about taking chances. Chances on a kid nobody wants. Chances on a woman that can’t trust. And chances on a man to not break what’s left of your heart. 10 Stars for this lovingly-crafted story! ***I want to thank the publisher for generously offering me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
What a sweet and adorable story that touches all the right spots to get the feelings flowing. I was not expecting the emotional impact the story had on me. While the fun parts brought a big smile on my face, the delightful 'family dates' had me swooning, there are some serious issues that the characters deal with, and those brought tears to my eyes. Derek Neel is the ultimate hero. The bad boy turned into a good, by-the-book sheriff with the looks of an angel. He loves animals, children, and his sense of protecting his own is beyond any measure. He is not afraid of feelings, commitment, or waiting for Willa to get to the same page as he is when it comes to the romantic feelings he has for her. Willa Holmes is a hardworking baker, she is loyal, kind, and shielding away from people. She would prefer to keep the emotional distance to everyone, especially to the town sheriff, who awakens all the feels inside her, that she wished would have never surfaced again. I loved Derek and Willa together. The chemistry between them was just so warm, captivating, sexy, and right. With Willa's past, the road they have ahead of them isn't easy or without roadblocks, but the patience Derek has when it comes to her, and the determination Willa have when it comes to their possibilities of the future gives them hope for it all working out. Lots of small town feelings, delightful pastry moments, friends for life who will stand up for each other, and town folks who loves to meddle in everyone's business. When you add the sparks flying around the handsome sheriff and intriguing baker, a little boy who needs solid guidance and a safe home, a grieving mother, and a hungry black bear you start to get the picture of the deliciously tender tale. ~ Four Spoons