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In This Town (The Truth About The Sullivans #3)

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Single mom Tori Sullivan is ready to grab the life she's always wanted--away from Mystic Point. And initially, newcomer Walker Bertrand seems the ideal partner for her adventure. His appeal makes a girl fantasize about happily-ever-after. That is, until it's clear this lawman's strict moral code collides with her knack for bending the rules. Add in his investigation of her...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2012)
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Susan
Good book and nice wrap-up to the series. Walker had come to town to investigate Layne and Ross about possible wrongdoing in their investigations regarding her mother's murder. He had also been put in charge of the investigation into the boyfriend's death. He is a rigidly careful man who never lets anything interfere with his job. But he is immediately attracted to Tori, even though she is one of the suspects. Tori is used to men being attracted to her and she uses those feelings to try to get t...more
Fedora
A good wrap up to the trilogy, and an enjoyable read about Tori, the middle Sullivan sister, the one who's always been compared to the most to her absent mother.

Walker, the hero, has a tough road in town, and not just with Tori. He's there to investigate possible miscarriage of justice and in doing so, manages to step on a whole lot of toes :)

A well-done story, again with good supporting characters and a bit of an possibility if Ms. Andrews might choose to do a spinoff later? :)
Lizzie
I loved the angst of this trilogy, but unfortunately Andrews did not manage to match her pacing to the short format of a series book. If I was intrigued by the drama (and I was) and caught up in the suspence (that too) I was ultimately left disappointed by the hyperspeed resolution to some very weighty plot points. Also, Walker was a judgmental ass. The end.
Emma
Very nice read. A bit slow the first half but then things get really interesting. Is it the last bok in this series ? Sure the three sisters have found their HEA nad the murder case has been resolved but what about Antony ? and Jess ? Really hope Beth ANdrews has something in the works for them !
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Good ending to this series but I hope she does a book about Anthony and Jess she kind of leaves you hanging about them.
Helen
This was a great story Tori and Walker are so good together and a great finish to the series tied up everything loved it
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Maureen
was good. will miss the characters of this series
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Romance Writers of America RITA® Award Winner Beth Andrews spends her time writing contemporary romance for Harlequin Superromance, sending checks to pay for her kids’ college tuition and composing texts that end up on her children’s twitter feeds. She loves coffee, hockey and happy endings.
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