Suspicion (Carolina Justice #2)
by Ginny Aiken
For years, Sheriff Hal Benson has been sweet on Meg Scott. But the tough lawman turns shy around the pretty pharmacist. When Meg is mugged one night while closing up, he runs to her aid. Even though it's out of his jurisdiction, he'll do anything in his power to keep her safe. But when drugs start going missing from her shop, Meg's in hot water with the police. She faces l...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Steeple Hill
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I genuinely liked the two main characters. Hal and Steph seemed to be the school nerds who made something of their lives. It was cute to see Hal still have his crush on Steph, which started in grade school, and still seem shy around her. The mystery about the break-ins and thefts at the pharmacy wasn't all the exciting or suspenseful. We still don't know who the mastermind is, so I guess there would be at least one more book in this series.
Ginny Aiken, a former newspaper reporter, lives in Pennsylvania wiht her husband and their three younger sons--the oldest is married, has flown the coop, and made her a doting grandmother. Born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Valencia and Caracas Venezuela, Ginny discovered books at an early age. She wrote her first novel at age fifteen while she trained with the Ballets de Caracas, later to be kno...moreMore about Ginny Aiken...