Friday, July 31, 2015

Falling for the Sheriff by Tanya Michaels

Kate Sullivan

Widow Kate Sullivan moved to Cupid's Bow, Texas, to get her teenage son on the right path. But their new life in the small town gets off to a rocky start when her son is caught shoplifting by the sheriff. Kate is immediately attracted to Cole Trent, but she's not ready to fall in love again, and certainly not with another cop.

Cole should have known Cupid's matchmakers would scramble to fix him up with a smart, beautiful woman like Kate. The single dad has managed to evade their efforts until now, so he and Kate come up with a plan to keep the matchmakers at bay. Pretending to be a couple was a good idea, until Cole realizes his feelings are anything but pretend. Can he convince Kate to give their romance a real chance? File Size: 684 KB Print Length: 224 pages Publisher: Harlequin American Romance (August 1, 2015)
My review: Falling for the Sheriff by Tanya Michaels (Cupid's Bow Texas)
I enjoyed the romance story.  Loved the little girls.  The other characters I liked too.  What a fun birthday party for the twins.
 Kate Sullivan is a widow with a troubled son Luke.  She decides to move him to Cupid's Bow with her grandmother to get a new start.  Kate is a music teacher.
Cole Trent is the Sheriff.  He is a divorced raising twin five year old girls.  The twins are so different from each other.  His mother is always trying to fix him up.
Cole catches Luke shoplifting right as they get to town. So does not make a good example for him.
Kate's grandmother tries to set her up to with lots of single guys.  So Kate and Cole decide to date with the kids so they will not be set up with dates.
The setting is Cupid's Bow, Texas a small town in summer.
I was given Falling for the Sheriff by Harlequin and Net Galley.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of it.

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