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Do You Take This Cop? (Serenity Springs #4)

3.61  ·  Rating details ·  64 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews

Without the badge, he'd be perfect!
The last thing Faith Lewis needs is a cop poking his nose in her business. Okay, yes, Nick Coletti is gorgeous. And charming. And great with her son. But dating the town's most popular boy in blue is hardly going to help her keep a low profile. This guy could blow their world apart if he discovers her secret.
Funny thing is, he may also
ebook, Harlequin SuperRomance #1634, 256 pages
Published May 2010 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2010)
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Another winner from Beth Andrews. The only reason this doesn't get a 5 is that I disliked Faith for the first part of the book. Andrews portrays her as rigid, unyielding. Even with her son, whom she can't (or won't) recognize she's stifling. Being the parent of two boys, I know you can't expect them to be perfect at all times. Faith expected Austin to be unfailingly polite, have perfect grammar, and obey her in all things at all times. She was even afraid to let her 9 year old son go swimming.

Apr 21, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
it's a little series comprending
1 - not without her family
2 - A Not-So-Perfect Past
3 - his Secret Agenda
4 - [Count on a Cop] - Do You Take This Cop

I had huge expectations for this one but I was disappointed. The plot could have been stronger, in the end everything was so easy.
But anyway I enjoyed the whole series
Do you take this cop handled a very heavy theme child molestation. Faith aka Lynne Addison has been on the run along with her son for almost 3 years ever since her husband was acquitted. Faith wasn't a very nice person, she didn't want to grow up like her mother so she used sex as a tool, ensnared a rich man like her husband and got pregnant on purpose. She didn't care about the pregnancy but once she held her baby her feelings changed but throughout her marriage wealth was important and she use ...more
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3 Stars ~ Faith and her ten year old son, Austin, have been on the run from Austin's father for the past three years. When her husband had used his wealth and power to be acquitted for molestation of another child, Faith knew she had to get her son away from him. After years of moving, Faith finally decides to set some roots in a small community in Maine. Nick's cop curiosity is sparked by the new woman his sister has hired in her beauty salon. He can tell she's a woman with secrets and from her ...more
I've read novels by Andrews before and enjoyed them, but this one fell far off the mark for me.

I was liking heroine of this book until she decided she manipulate hero into caring for her because she needs protection. Why not just tell him the truth and ask for help? You really think leading him on and lying is going to help your cause? The good news is that the hero is onto her. He knows she's playing a game, he just isn't sure what it is.

She also played the let's pretend everything is ok, and
This book dealt with the real life issue of sexual abuse. It gave the reader a glimpse of the life of a young boy and his Mother on the run from his controlling and abusive Father. I love books like this, where the victim prevails in the end. Austin, the boy, was scarred from the abuse he endured at his Father's hands. With the help of the hero, Nick, Austin and his Mom, Faith, find refuge in his protective arms if Faith will only trust him and come clean with the truth of her situation. Nick is ...more
Jan 17, 2012 rated it liked it
This story was so good.
It would definitely not be one I would suggest to someone who has triggers around child molestation (dealing with it, not actually a huge part of the story).
But, all in all, I really enjoyed the story.
May 20, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved this book Beth writes such wonderful stories filed with lots of emotion.
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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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Serenity Springs (4 books)
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  • A Not-So-Perfect Past
  • His Secret Agenda

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