Still Waters by Tami Hoag

Published November 11, 2004

Still Waters by Tami Hoag

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Elizabeth is new in town and isn’t well liked, as she’s a reporter. She manages to get herself mixed up in a murder, her son is becoming a tearaway and she can’t help but fall for the charming sheriff despite her desire to keep herself to herself.

Elizabeth is actually quite a complex character. I found the romance aspect of her life refreshing, as she didn’t just fall into the arms of the sheriff, even though it seems obvious that they will end up together.

The book has a lot of Americanisms in it, which is fine but takes a little getting used to. Sometimes I found myself looking up a word or two just to make sure I was on the right track. The storyline’s a little obvious and the writing takes some getting used to but it is very readable and keeps the interest up.

Rating: Unrated

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