About That Man

A Romance Novel

    • 4.4 • 150 Ratings
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Publisher Description

#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods returns readers to the beloved Southern town of Trinity Harbor with a story of second chances and finding love in unexpected places 

How could the sensible daughter of Trinity Harbor's self-proclaimed patriarch have taken in the boy caught hot-wiring her car? Whether the boy is a modern-day Huck Finn or not, Trinity Harbor is in an uproar. But for Daisy Spencer, guiding the orphaned ten-year-old is easy, an escape from her own tragic past. She can ignore the town's nay-saying. The only real obstacle is…that man. 

That man is the boy's uncle, Walker Ames, a tough DC cop who sees his unexpected nephew as his last chance at redemption. Soon he's commuting to the charming fishbowl of a town, where everyone assumes he's seduced Daisy—their best Sunday-school teacher! But to Walker, Daisy is a disconcerting mix of charming innocence and smart-mouthed excitement in a town that's not as sleepy as it looks.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
February 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
MIRA Books
SELLER
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
SIZE
2.9
MB

Customer Reviews

kid watcher ,

Family Dynamics

A fun read I enjoyed getting to know the characters an all their quirks. Add love, mystery an family conflicts the story evolved with each page. Those with families trying to understand each other an the people with no relationship trying to help but heads an learn to respect each other.

atillmana ,

Racist themes - man supports the Confederacy

Honestly, everyone shrugging off when an old white man supports the Confederacy and talks to the young boy about Robert Lee, is just wrong and unnecessary. Can’t he just not like the outsider because he is from a city and not because he was not from the North? Furthermore, the cop not realizing the systemic flawed racist system that creates those ‘bad kids’ in the ‘hood’ is similarly outdated and needs to be changed. I loved the writing and the story line but it really needs to be updated or changed. This book supports racist stereotypes and ideas within society.

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