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Her Small-Town Sheriff (Moonlight Cove #3)

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Calling the cops on a twelve-year-old shoplifter isn't what ice-cream parlor owner Phoebe Sellers would normally do. Yet it just so happens that the troublemaker's father is a cop. Unfortunately, Phoebe has no idea of the tragedy that's brought Sheriff Carson Winters and his daughter to Moonlight Cove…or the fears that plague him.But she knows enough about broken dreams fr...more
Paperback, Large Print, 288 pages
Published April 17th 2012 by Love Inspired
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This book was so amazing, it not just another love story but a story about healing and forgiveness. No matter is you have loss someone or if you have a loss of a relationship that you are grieving this book will open your eyes to things you never really thought of while dealing with loss. Also each one of the character deal with loss in there own way but you take something from each of them and the pain they are going through. I would totally recommend this book to anyone
This book took me forever to read, I just was not motivated to finish it. It drew me in in the beginning but then my interest kind of tapered off. There wasn't much excitement, the character's weren't super well-developed, and there were no supporting characters that really added to the story, in my opinion.
Also, as a side note, naming two main characters semi-rare names that both have the same number of syllables and end on the same vowel sound makes it hard to keep track of who is saying what...more
Jill Twigg
Both hiding behind hurts and fears, small town sheriff Carson Winters and local ice cream parlor owner Phoebe Sellers find their way to each other thru Sheriff Winter's daughter; with her own cross to bare. They each suffer through their own grievances of loss, and faith in God comes into focus after a period of time with Phoebe and Carson learning to talk through their grievances and bringing Heidi (daughter) in for the ride. The characters were strong and the message was loud and clear.
This book was a giant waste of time. The characters were bland and seriously lacking in personality. Everything was resolved sooooo easily. A lot of, "I guess I never thought of it that way" and "I guess you're right about that". Seriously? Very boring.
Harlequin Books
Miniseries: Moonlight Cove
Category: Inspirational Romance
Harlequin Books
Miniseries: Moonlight Cove
Category: Inspirational Romance
library book - ok, inspirational.
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