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In order to read this eBook you need to: Description Product Info Reviews Loading The author was able to keep several questions unanswered until the end. I loved how the hero, Jake, would do something and then tell himself that the sons of Baptist preachers do those sorts of things. He made some mistakes and he did some very nice grovelling at the end to get the heroine back. I will definitely be reading more of this author. I probably would have given this book more stars if I could stand Macy even a little bit.
She was such an idiot who was always running off on her own when she knew someone was trying to kill her. The family interactions were really funny. Macy's mom and grandma made the book for me. The editing needs some work. One of my biggest issues was the lack of quotation marks at the start of a sentence. It messed with the flow of my reading a 3. It messed with the flow of my reading and made me backtrack to make sure I was actually reading a quote.
Overall a good book that was worth my time. Feb 02, Cher rated it liked it. I stuck with this author because I did enjoy her previous book. I like this book as well but it was just missing things. I just didn't have closure to a lot of threads that were included with story. The ending wasn't really an ending for me. I needed to see them as a couple in future things.
Jul 30, Sandy M rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love reading Christie Craig. I find myself laughing out loud throughout the entire book.
An example in Gotcha! But when he persists, Macy lets loose and stops speaking female code for tampons, periods and the whole works, lets Jake have it full force, which leaves him floundering and blushing. One of the best scenes in the book, and there are so many more. He ends up protecting her when the bad guy begins to stalk Macy.
Jake wants more from her, but Macy holds back because the men in her life always leave. But spending so much time with Jake, learning he has his secrets too, is beginning to wear her down. I so enjoyed Jake and Macy. Craig just has a knack of making the reader care about what happens to her characters. Christie Craig is a master at incorporating fun and laughter in her books. This is nearly as good as it gets.
See my complete review at http: Sep 20, Linda rated it really liked it Shelves: Ok, I admit it. I enjoyed this contemporary romance. Some might consider the humor as stupid-funny. It begins with Ellie Chandler, a somewhat chubby, gorgeous, and 'stacked' lady who wants to report a possible murder. She has just met Sgt. Jake Baldwin of the local police department.
Unfortunately when she opens her mouth her voice comes "out two octaves above chalk screeching across a blackboard". And she is not the sharpest tool in the shed. Jake is the son of a preacher so he couldn't act rude Ok, I admit it. Jake is the son of a preacher so he couldn't act rude, could he?
So he listened to her tale. If only he knew this was just the tip of the iceberg. Macy is Ellie Chandler's boyfriend Billy's sister. Macy was married before and was burned. She has trust issues. So when Jake and Macy meet for the first time the fire crackles. To put it mildly, the two butt heads.
Macy's way of defending herself exasperates any man who tries to get close to her. And what does Jake do? He never lets up and goes for the jugular. He crossed his arms over his chest. She didn't say anything. He shook his head. Tell me what you need and I'll get it. They come in a pink box.
You'll find them in the aisle of the grocery store that men avoid, beside the yeast-infection medications and feminine deodorant products. Oh, and don't get the cardboard-applicator kind. Women already feel bloated this time of the month. We don't like to feel uncomfortable, too. Macy wished she had a camera. The look on Sergeant Baldwin's face was priceless. But she wasn't finished As they passed the front desk, he spoke to the female attendant. It contains snarky humor, great tension and sizzling chemistry. It is also a mild adventure with some suspense.
Follow the shenanigans of two people who irritate each other and then some. You will be glad you did. View all 3 comments. Was a decent 3 star read. Macy Tucker does not trust men, but Jake Baldwin is determined to protect her and get her into bed. Macy's younger brother has escaped from prison, as a fellow convict has also escaped and threatened Macy. Enter Jake Baldwin into the life of Macy. But things do not get off to the best start. Damn, but he liked her. He didn't have a clue why. In less than twenty Was a decent 3 star read. In less than twenty-four hours, she'd committed two of the greatest sins a woman could against a man: Well, a man's jewels could and should be messed with, but gently.
But Macy is determined to not get involved. Men cannot be trusted. Staring at her image in the mirror, Macy made one of those face-your-fears kind of confessions that are supposed to help your mood. Being with him is like driving a bike too close to the edge of a cliff" A cliff with great scenery, of course. But Gawd have mercy, she hadn't thought there was a man alive who could make her want to risk falling off that cliff again.
Hadn't she fallen too many times, only to find herself bruised, battered and broken? She blinked at her image and waited for the confession to offer her some relief. She gave her reflection another once-over. Aug 15, Saly rated it really liked it Recommended to Saly by: I must confess I wouldn't have tried this book if it wasn't for a friend's review and that would have been my bad because the book was totally wacky fun especially Macy who could be as stubborn as a mule and Jake one of the most delicious and loving heroes.
Macy is putting herself through law school, works at a pizza joint and always does the right thing, so her totally cool granny and constantly crying mother tell her to go visit her baby brother in prison. She doesn't wanna go because it hurts I must confess I wouldn't have tried this book if it wasn't for a friend's review and that would have been my bad because the book was totally wacky fun especially Macy who could be as stubborn as a mule and Jake one of the most delicious and loving heroes.
She doesn't wanna go because it hurts her seeing him there but she does, where Billy tells her about how he stole a prisoner's girlfriend and now she may be now in danger. They have never been reliable. Her grandpa died, her father left he was mean drunk too and then her ex-husband cheated on her and her baby brother let her down so Macy is not looking for a man especially not after the example she had with her mother. She runs into Detective Jake when she knees him in the groin. The whole book was light-hearted fun, we see Billy who has escaped to protect Macy and Ellie his gf and we see Jake try really hard to catch Macy.
Jake is a little messed up as well, he lost his preacher father to cancer and his ex-fiancee to his brother and he doesn't like talking about himself but what I liked was that when he got a little heavy-handed protecting Macy, she didn't take it, instead she kept him on his toes even when I wanted to tell her to grab him.
She made him work with her delivering pizzas, embarrassed him by talks of tampons. Hell he even ate vegetarian for her, totally yummy and when he messed up, he grovels like a dream. I also loved Macy's family as well. A very nice read. Jul 18, Nancy rated it liked it.
Macy Tucker aka Pizza Girl was a struggling law student delivering pizzas to pay her bills. She had several problems: This time landing his butt in prison for something he swears he didn't know about. He has also escaped said prison again, doing something that wasn't his fault. Her history with men, relatives or ex-husbands, wasn't stellar: Grandpa promised to take her to the circus and "dropped dead in his spaghetti.
At twenty-five, her husband gave his secretary a pre-Christmas bonus in HER bed. Macy gave him the boot. Then she runs into literally Jake Baldwin. Cop, hunk, son of a preacher and full of his own issues. Not the least of which is to find Macy's brother and take him in. Macy nd her yoga-teaching grandma, her sobbing mother and Billy's sort-of girlfriend cry, laugh and make this story well worth reading. Craig kept mentioning that Macy was having her period. I know we all do that but don't need it thrown in my face, even as an excuse for ot having sex.
Where it not for that fact, this book would have recieved a higher mark from me.
Still a good book but come on! I really wanted to like this book more but I found myself getting a bit bored with the story. In the beginning I noticed right away the quotation marks " where they didn't belong and I thought, well, maybe this is a simple error that will get fixed more into the story. To my dismay, it was all throughout the story.
Everywhere you can see the " where they don't belong.
I wish that was just the only thing that bothered me The story was OK, just didn't quite hold my attention. It took me I really wanted to like this book more but I found myself getting a bit bored with the story. It took me three days to finish this book and I normally finish any good book in less than a day. This story had some quite funny parts and that is why I am giving it a 3 star review.
Aug 08, Crazy for Books Stephanie rated it liked it Shelves: Feb 19, Kimberly rated it really liked it Shelves: Macy Tucker has never had the best luck with men. First her grandfather drops dead in his spaghetti, then her father abandons their family, and then Macy catches her husband cheating on her. Sergeant J Macy Tucker has never had the best luck with men. Craig has created a unique cast of lively characters who both charm and entertain.
Macy is a heroine I like and respect. Jake too has a past that has left its mark on him, making him wary of love and me all the more eager to see him find it with Macy. Craig makes them every bit as memorable as Macy and Jake. From beginning to end, Gotcha! Craig never fails to pen a fabulous tale, and Gotcha! Engaging and romantic, Gotcha!
Reviewed for Joyfully Reviewed Jan 28, Ciara rated it it was amazing. Macy has never been able to rely on the men in her life!
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So she has been extra careful in helping her mom raise her younger brother so he could grow up to be a dependable man in spite of his family members. But he was at the wrong place at the wrong time and got himself locked up from burglary, and now Macy feels like she truly has failed at everything, failed at her marriage, raising her brother, and her college education. Now at 25m she is working as a pizza delivery girl to put herself throug Macy has never been able to rely on the men in her life!
He has also escaped said prison again, doing something that wasn't his fault. Customer Ratings We have not received enough ratings to display an average for this book. She had several problems: Add to basket failed. I enjoyed this contemporary romance. This was a really fun book to read. Hadn't she fallen too many times, only to find herself bruised, battered and broken?
Now at 25m she is working as a pizza delivery girl to put herself through law school. This twisted plot keeps you on the edge of your seat as you read it from many different perspectives, which I absolutely loved!!! The romance is steamy, the banter is witty, and the plot keeps you guessing as you try to figure out what will happen in this mystery romance thriller. Feb 18, Arlena rated it it was amazing Shelves: Love Spell Reviewed By: This was definitely one of those reads that once you started you will not want to put it down until the end.
I found the read a fast paced read with a lot of characters that were simply off the chart well developed in helping produce a well written story.