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85 Best E Book, In The Arms Of The Law Fortunes Of Texas Reunion 3 Author Peggy Moreland This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book In The Arms Of The Law Fortunes Of Texas Reunion 3 , Essay By Peggy Moreland Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please read And Make A Refission For You Until the very end, I planned on being generous and giving it two stars, but the ending the ending That was awful And not just that, the whole book had a very sexist undertone Gabe thought women should be submissive and he decided to pretend to admire Andi s intelligence to get her into bed Andi s police partner, Leo, thought she should stay at home and raise children Andi herself behaved like a hormone driven teen twit, not a police officer in her mid thirties etc Unlikable characters, plot that made little to no sense Eh.
loved it Miniseries Fortunes of Texas ReunionCategory Contemporary Romance

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I picked this book up as a bit of a light, easy read for over the holiday break and purposefully because it wasn t Christmas themed I ve had my share of those in the last few weeks , and a light easy read is exactly what I got In The Arms of The Law by Peggy Moreland was a short 206 page read that followed the chaotic relationship of Andrea and Gabe, a police officer and a detective thrown together to solve the murder of a John Doe that literally just washed up out of nowhere.
The writing itself was clean, easy to follow, fluid, and lacked any major grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors The POV switched off between several characters within the story, but never felt confusing or jarring I have to say, this was well written My only gripe, if it is a gripe, is that the police work in the story felt like it was being dumbed down for me Characters sometimes explained police procedure in dialogue when they didn t need to they are both cops after all I m sure they both know how a crime scene works My hand was being held by the author, and though it wasn t exceptionally irritating, it was obvious.
The characters themselves, while not overly complex were interesting The author didn t sink too deeply into character development, but it was enough for the genre type of book this was The romance was sizzling, and other than one or two parts where I rolled my eyes at Andrea s exclamation of Give it to me, now the sex scenes didn t come across as overly flowery or ridiculously overdone The tension between Andrea and Gabe was probably one of my favorite things about this book, and of all the characters, Gabe was probably my absolute favorite.
I do wish there d been a little tension to the criminal elements of the book, but I m willing to admit that this book was heavily geared towards the romance genre It wasn t meant as a true Suspense Thriller, and so I can let it go Was it the best romance I ve ever read No It didn t break the genre or present me with anything new, but it was still a fun, light, romantic read, and I enjoyed it If you like formulaic romantic fiction, you ll probably like this book If you re looking for something a little intense and thought provoking, this probably isn t what you re looking for.
Contemporary Texan romance about the continuation of the murder that occurs in the first book in The Fortunes of Texas, Reunion series but lays low in the first two books We start this third story with the detectives that are trying to solve this unknown murder, Red Rock s sheriff Gabe Thunderhawk and Detective Andrea Matthews Andrea is a real hard ass looking for the truth, but thinks that the murder is the famously rich Ryan Fortune because the body was found near his ranch and he has no alibi around the time of the murder So there is no direct involvement with the Fortune family in this love story.
Gabe and Andrea are forced to work this murder investigation and other continuing investigations and they get to know each other just by spending work hours together There is a mystery about who is stalking Andrea as well as they finding out who is the dead man found at a nearby pond, and we probably know who is the killer as well as other nefarious plots against Ryan Fortune but I really missed the actual Fortune family with their shenanigans This was well written by a pro, but two books in a row without any Fortune family made me not like this book as much.
206 pages but another hundred pages for sneak peeks for the next book in the series2 stars