Crime and Periodicals by Nora Everly

November 6, 2019

In Green Valley, Tennessee everybody knows everybody, but nobody knows Sabrina Logan.


Sabrina has been hiding in plain sight for years. Living her life inside of books, dutifully helping her family, and hoping no one will notice her. So far? Mission accomplished!


Yet when sexy—and distrustful—sheriff, Wyatt Monroe returns to town with his daughters, he definitely notices the quiet librarian everyone else overlooks. The single dad can’t seem to shake thoughts of shy Sabrina. Without quite understanding the impulse, Wyatt makes his mission finding her again, so he can . . . well, he’ll just have to reckon with that later.


What Wyatt discovers is a woman who trusts too easily, but who’s afraid to live. Trust doesn’t come easily to Wyatt. But living? That’s never been a problem.


And he’d sure like to show her how.



★★★★ 4 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻 𝓡𝓮𝓿𝓲𝓮𝔀 ★★★★


I am a sucker for certain tropes, and when those tropes get thrown into one book, how can I resist? This book is a single dad romance, a woman taking care of her siblings, small town romance, friends to lovers romance... I think you get my point.


I really enjoyed these characters. All of them, side characters included, are full of life, regrets, and self confidence. Everything about this band of characters screamed a winner throughout the book.


This author is new to me and pretty new to the author scene. She definitely is one to be watching and reading. I foresee many more great books coming from her in the future.

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