Saturday, February 28, 2015

Going Home (Nugget #1) by Stacy Finz

 The small mountain town of Nugget, California, has a strange way of giving people unexpected reasons to start over-and find the most irresistible chances to fall in love...

Maddy Breyer needs to prove she can make her own life after betrayal blew up her previous happily-ever-after. Staying totally focused on renovating a decrepit mansion into a bed-and-breakfast might help her-and this recession-hit town-finally turn things around. But the mysterious new sheriff is the kind of lawbreaking temptation that's an even bigger challenge to resist...

Detective Rhys Shepard is only back in Nugget long enough to care for his ailing father. He's got a big-city promotion far away from this place that never accepted him. He does not need a sudden crime wave to solve. Or one leggy case of heartbreak stirring up all kinds of trouble and challenging his rules. Which might explain why he's suddenly finding it hard to leave...

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington Trade (October 1, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1601833393
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601833396

  • My review: Going Home  (Nugget #1) by Stacy Finz

    4 STARS

    This is the first book to the series Nugget.  I liked it. I read the third book first, and now reading the second book.   Going Home is full of drama, romance and a good community. There were a few love scenes toward the end of books.

    Rhys Shepard has come back to Nugget because his father was arrested for stealing.  Rhys is a cop in Texas. Turns out his father has Alzheimer.  He has taken six months off work to take care of his father.  He has also taken a temporary job of Nugget's Police Chief and getting it set up.

    Maddy Breyer and her brother Nate have bought a old building and plan to restore it into a 20 room bed and breakfast.  She is in the process of getting a divorce.  She has moved temporary in the other side of Rhys house.  Part of the town does not want the inn opened.

    I like the characters in town.  You meet a lot of them and want to know more of there stories.  It is a neat community.  Nugget is right close to where the Donnor-Reed party got stuck.  It is the sixth snowiest city in US.

    I bought the book on Amazon.

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