Tuesday, May 17, 2011

(68)Blackberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne



Claire's morning goes drastically downhill when she walks into her bead store to find out that it had been burglarized. It gets even worse when her ex-husband's new wife walks in and the new Chief of Police turns out to be her best friend's younger brother. Riley McKnight has certainly grown up. No longer is her the pesky little boy that she remembers from childhood, but instead he is the strong, sexy, take-charge Chief of police. And someone that Claire has a hard time resisting.

Blackberry Summer was a decent, but extremely predictable. Claire is a divorced woman struggling to find happiness after her divorce. Riley is the bad boy turned cop returning home to redeem himself as the small town Sheriff. Like I said it was decent, but predictable. If you are looking for mindless fluff, pick it up. If you are looking for something with a little more substance, move on.

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