Title: Catch Me
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date: 18 July 2011
Author: Lorelie Brown
‘Catch Me’ byÂ Lorelie Brown is an intensely emotional read, and I couldn’t help but feel touched by the heroine’s tendency towards self-sacrifice whenever her loved ones is concerned. I think each and every one of us have a little something to learn from the main female character in here.
This book is a beautiful read. Romantic and yet full of surprises, and I love how the story delicately unfolds.
I couldn’t get enough of this book and by the time I finished reading it, i wish it did not have to end. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.
I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review for this book. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.
Arizona Territory, 1882
Maggie Bullock’s father needed expensive medical care and if that meant stealing from their friendly swindling banker, so be it. Once her father was on the path to recovery she would face the consequences. The whole thing was surprisingly easy until she’s kidnapped by bounty hunter Dean Colter.
Colter is tired of tracking down worthless scum. He’s afraid he’ll lose his last scrap of humanity and become a stone-cold killer, just like the men he brings to justice. He jumps at the chance to become sheriff of Fresh Springs, Arizona. The one condition-capture Maggie.
He figured it’d be easy. Until beautiful, loyal Maggie breaks through defenses he’d thought cemented. His feelings for her run the range from fury to confusion to love, but if he doesn’t bring her in someone else will. Can there be a future between a sheriff and a fugitive?