Say It Again, Sam

Say It Again, Sam

by Mary McBride
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Say It Again, Sam 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i was surprised that this book was so good. i thought it sounded interesting from the cover but most authors handle second romances in a really cheesy bad way. but i thought that this book was a great interesting romance. the 'bad guy' is obvious but the romance is great.
curlyloulou More than 1 year ago
This was a little too predictable for me. Also, not enough of everything.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Former Delta Force soldier Sam Mendenhall is the Shelbyville, Michigan constable. His work is relatively quiet as he takes care of the 1245 year round residents and the additional ¿summer folks¿. However, lately he has learned how inadequate his service skills are involving petty thefts as someone has successfully stolen a flag from the post office and old curtains from a home amidst other items...................... Beth Simon has come home from California to convert the family home to a bed and breakfast and to leave behind her violent former business partner Danny. Beth and Sam were high school sweethearts, but that was then and this is now. When they meet for the first time in years, the attraction remains hot. As they begin to overcome their doubts about the other, Danny starts to stalk Beth. When Sam realizes the danger confronting his now beloved, he knows his military skills are more than adequate, but Beth fears for her heart more than her life............................ SAY IT AGAIN SAM is an intriguing second chance at love tale with a pinch of a mystery (the thefts) and a touch of suspense (Danny¿s rising hostile and erratic behavior). The story line mostly focuses on the relationship (somewhat the past but mostly the present) between the likable lead couple. Fans of contemporary romances will want to read this fine tale............... Harriet Klausner