Shadows Landing #9
As the sheriff of the small town of Shadows Landing, South Carolina, Granger usually dealt with ornery alligators, fights over the best BBQ style, and the occasional shoot-out when his friends brought trouble home. Granger watched those friends get married one at a time, but he knew that wasn’t his fate. An auto accident had left Granger with scarring that he hid under his uniform. Women seemed to cringe when they saw it, so Granger gave up on relationships. Then he lost his heart to the most confident, intelligent, and sexy woman he’d ever met. But what would a woman like that want with a damaged man like him?
Olivia Townsend was a nightmare in heels in the courtroom. She was a lawyer for the two most powerful men in the country. She was used to taking down every opponent who crossed her. However, Olivia was now in the path of a stalker and his deadly game. It started with the feeling of being watched. Then the threatening notes began. But when the stalker tries to attack her, it is Granger Fox that saves her.
As Granger and Olivia rush to stop the escalating threats, it’s not just bullets flying, but sparks too. Can Olivia find the strength to open her heart while Granger learns to trust again? And more importantly, can they do it before time runs out and the person behind it all gets tired of playing their game? Because in this game, there can be only one winner.
Reading this book was like coming home. All my favorite characters from Shadows Landing and some news ones as well. I have read the entire series of both Shadows Landing and the Keeneston bunch and I can’t tell you how much I’ve missed it. I loved the plot and the flow of the book and the drama and hilarious antics, but most of all, I’m so glad that Olivia and Granger got their HEA!! Please hurry with the next book in the series! ❤️🥰
Granger saves Olivia
From bad guys to love Granger will save Olivia to be his wife! Great story and I loved the Hospital scar scene was the best, it’s a must read.
Good story line.
Good story line. Too many characters for me which is why I rated it 4 stars instead of 5. Too many authors are working too hard to continue their series these days.