Single father and sheriff’s deputy, Joe MacDonald, always puts his family and friends first. When Rick Evans, head of Dark Horse Inc., asks a favor, Joe doesn’t hesitate to jump in and lend a hand. When he arrives to assist Dark Horse’s newest member, he’s surprised to find a pretty little damsel in distress. But not everything, or everyone is as they seem.
Cara Gregory is on her way home to care for her ailing mother. She’s just a few miles outside of her hometown when her trouble begins. With a wealth of bad memories, a ghost from her past and enough mama drama to sink a ship, she’s up to her eyeballs in bad news.
Sometimes even the strongest and most capable women need a hand and when a sexy as sin sheriff’s deputy appears, it’s awfully hard to say no. Especially when danger comes knocking at her door, putting them all at risk.
After reading “Protecting Kate”, the first book in this series, I stated I was disappointed in the ending of that book but I’d try “Catching Cara” to see if there was any difference in writing style. Unfortunately, in my opinion, this second book is worse.
If you’re expecting a HEA ending, while some reader may find a somewhat happy ending, in my opinion the ending is in a choppy cliffhanger. As with the first book in the series, there was a rush to the ending which left the reader with lots of open “strings” that aren’t answered in the next book of the series.
It’s my opinion and your time so you decide if it’s worth it.