Wednesday, October 5, 2011
The Sherriff's Daughter by Kay Stockham
Review of The Sherriff’s Daughter by Kay Stockham
To Be Released: October 11, 2012
4 out of 5 smirks
Synopsis: “Deputy Liam McKenna is dreading the next two weeks. His assignment: watching over the sheriff’s daughter, Carly Taggert. Liam has known Carly—and her knack for getting into trouble—since high school. With her kind heart and optimistic nature, she never intends that trouble, but it sure is attracted to her. He expects to be kept on his toes. What he doesn’t expect is protecting her from himself.
No one is more surprised by the intense passion between them than Liam. Still, nothing can ever happen. She’s the boss’s daughter and Liam’s responsibility. He needs to be professional. At all times. Too bad Carly isn’t about to make it easy for him.”
The Sherriff’s Daughter by Kay Stockham is a story about opening up and following your heart when all your instincts rebel against it. I found Carly and Liam to be two characters who are very unique, in the way they think. I loved that we as readers were able to get two points of views from the two main characters and really be able to get inside their heads. I also loved how different the characters were to me and how I wasn’t able to instantly relate to them, it was a breath of fresh air. I give The Sherriff’s Daughter by Kay Stockham 4 smirks because the characters are unique enough that readers will be experiencing something new within a romance novel and I thought the storyline was one that was not predictable, which made reading all that more exciting.