Making It Right
In the final book in bestselling author Catherine Bybee’s Most Likely To trilogy, River Bend’s rebel follows in her father’s footsteps to become sheriff. But it might be time to forge her own path…
Some kids inherit a family business; Jo Ward inherited a badge. Once voted Most Likely to End Up in Jail, the town wild child has become sheriff—hell-bent on uncovering the t...more
A very nice conclusion to the series! Joe and Gill are perfect for each other. I see great things in the future. I enjoy this kind of "small town" series setting. Add in the close friendships and you've got me hooked. This one had a touch of scandal thrown in. Somewhat unexpected and I liked it. I haven't read any Catherine Bybee books I haven't liked. I'm looking forward to what she comes up with next. Happy reading! ...more
Jo made mistakes in her past that she was never able to correct which set her on a path in life that may or may not be what she really wanted for herself. Either way, sheriff of a small town is where she is. She has no personal life to speak of and definitely no relationships of the romantic kind. Despite all the small town issues that she is required to solve there is a larger ...more
Jo has been on the edges of the other stories and the crime/drama/suspense of the others felt forced. You'd think that Jo's profession would make that element more natural in this story, but you'd be wrong. So while I still liked Jo and Gill is made of win this story didn't rise above the ordinary. I dunno, but I think we just ...more
3.5 big and mmmm Stars.
Making It Right got off to a rocky start. Our heroine JoAnne Ward came off too reserved.
Throughout the other books I just wasn’t interested in her as a character but gave her a chance in this book. The beginning as mentioned was tough going for me but once the ball started to get rolling it improved a lot.
Jo rebel child has been trying to redeem herself for the past ten years. So after her father’s accidental murder. Yeah that didn’t happen. She went to the Academy and ...more
This series has continued to get better and better with each book and holy hell, where do i find me an Agent Gill Clausen!!
We get to see a slightly wilder side to Jo along with the other personalities that we know that she has to foster. Jo like her friends finds herself in danger, but this time she has someone else apart from her friends who want to help.
Gill Clausen is a man who has a little ...more
Gill Clausen, Jo’s FBI agent love interest, was her perfect match. He was the whole package, folks, ...more
It's rare for me to not have at least one complaint about a book, but I can't really come up with anything that I would have wanted differently. It was fast paced, a thrilling plot and a romance that I love to read about. There was no other women/men drama to interfere with ...more
Making it Right is the third and final book in the Most Likely To series by Catherine Bybee. Although it can be read as a standalone, the series focuses on three best friends reuniting for their ten year high school reunion and I highly suggest you go back to read Mel and Zoe’s stories. While I am sad to say goodbye to this series because I have so enjoyed the town and the characters, I ha ...more
Catherine Bybee is a go to author for me. And, books like this one are the reason. I really enjoyed Jo's story, which was a surprise for me as her story was the one I wasn't looking forward to of the 3.
Jo was interesting. And, I loved the exploration of the idea that she was living her life possibly for someone else rather than for her. I think a lot of us are in the position of doing things, or acting in certain ways, because of t ...more
Making it Right is the third and final book in the Likely To series, and is a standalone read. The series focuses on three best friends reuniting for their ten year high school reunion. This is the story of JoAnne Ward, who was the daughter of the town Sheriff and known as a wild child in high school. She was voted Mostly Likely to End Up in Jail.
Twelve years after graduating, Jo has turned her life around ...more
As the town Sheriff, Jo has had to keep her love life on the down low. Always sticking with out of town lovers. Her trip to DC for field training from the FBI at Quantico is the perfect opportunity for her to cut loose and hook-up. Her ...more
This book right here is what I have been waiting for! Since the series started, I have been wanting Jo's story, and it was everything I wanted.
Well, Mr McHottie Gill is more.
Throughout the series, I have felt that Jo was missing out. Missing out on love, missing out on life.
From "most likely to end up in jail" to town Sheriff, Jo's story has been full of heartbreak - and she's not up for any more of that.
However, after an encounter with Gill, Jo's life i ...more
The first half of this book was just filler: Jo going to DC and going to a dive bar and picking up Rocco and having sex with him, a complete stranger. Then meeting that stranger (Gill) the next day at the place where she’s going to learn shooting, hand-to-hand combat, driving instructions and negotiations. Just what the sheriff of a town of a few hundred would need when the worst going on there is a pothole and too many dogs at one old woman’s house. Then Gill show up in town and all the gossip ...more
Jo Ward is sheriff of River Bend. Her father was sheriff before his untimely death, and Jo believes his death was no accident. Although many years have passed, she is not willing to let it go.
While attending a law enforcement sem ...more
how sweet is this book! Rocco and Anne :P
I love that it was so real, you felt the pain, you got excited during the "girl talk" and you wanted to be a part of the Most Likely Crew. It is sad to hear this is the end of the series. The book will be well received if you enjoy Catherine ...more
Making It Right is the last book in the trilogy (although it reads just fine as a standalone )! Endings, especially in great series, always make me a little sad. I have grown to love Mel, Zoe & Jo and I hate to see the go. However, I was pretty anxious to see what Ms Bybee would so with Jo's story!
Jo is the former wild child, turned sheriff when her father (the former sheriff) w ...more
I liked both Gill and Jo but what kept me reading wasn't so much their "romance" but as another reviewer already noted, it was the suspense in this book that kept me reading and kept me interested. I also developed a soft spot for Jo's dad and kept hoping he was in witness protection. I did kind of work out who the suspect was but not their motivation so it was still enjoyable. ...more
Jo is a not an ‘ever after’ person. She’s been left by ev ...more
I loved this final book in this series. It was just everything I wanted. I am sad this is over to be honest its sad but series have to end.
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