Thursday, July 12, 2018
Book Review: Cinderella Blue (San Antone Two-Step #2) by Joan Reeves
Title: Cinderella Blue (San Antone Two-Step #2)
Author: Joan Reeves
Star: 4 stars
Too bad, because Detective Andrea Luft--Andie to her friends--loves those 3 little words--especially when she's saying them to a "bad guy" who SO deserves it. Like the thief stealing designer wedding gowns from San Antonio bridal boutiques.
Andie is an undercover bride about to make an arrest when Detective Bruce Benton barges onto the scene. The suspect escapes, and, as a reward for this screw-up, Benton and Andie are paired together as partners to close the case.
On the surface, this mismatched duo appear to have only one thing in common: their tendency to annoy each other. Underneath though, desire sizzles. Is it just a matter of time before these two commitment-phobic cops yield to the inevitable?
Cinderella Blue, Book 2, San Antone Two-Step, by Joan Reeves, Bestselling Author of Contemporary Romance.
Previously print published, this ebook edition contains a Linked Table of Contents; a Note from the Author; Joan's Book List; Excerpt from Nobody's Cinderella, Book 1 of San Antone Two-Step; Excerpt, April Fool Bride; and a Quotation Collection: Things Cops Say.
Published March 31st 2015 by Joan Reeves
About The Author:
Joan Reeves is a New York Times and a USA Today bestselling author of Contemporary Romance. Her novels have been published in a half dozen languages, and her ebooks are available at most ebook sellers with audio book and print editions also available. Several of her books are available in French editions through her publisher in France.
When not writing romance—or nonfiction to share what she has learned in life—Joan divides her time between the hustle and bustle of Houston and a house in the Texas Hill Country. At their country house, Joan and her hero, her husband, attempt to grow wine grapes and fruit trees—all while fighting hordes of marauding gophers, skunks, deer, fox, and snakes.
Joan lives the philosophy that is the premise of all of her romance novels: "It's never too late to live happily ever after."
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