Deputy Sheriff Nick Rogers found out small-town life meant adjusting to two things, gossips and Laney Cavanaugh. And neither was much help in solving a bridal shower murder.
Some days it appeared like everyone in Whitehorse had a secret, including their new lawman. And falling for Laney wasn’t a good way to maintain a low profile. Nick might have been new to Whitehorse, but he wasn’t above getting his hands dirty. Even if everybody in Laney’s family had it in for the victim, and they were fixing for a fight. Wedding bells were always trouble, and, unfortunately, trouble always had a way of hunting Nick down.
The big thing that I can say about this novel is that it was a nice change to see a “hero” with fears. Nick’s struggle with his former best friend was so believably realistic, I felt like I was in that pool with them. I was not expecting the different twists and turns, but with B.J’s books I Was not surprised. Her books are always fantastic, suspenseful, unpredictable, and alluring. B.J has written several amazing books; my favorite being The Cowgirl in Question, and I hope she continues to write as long as possible.