Monday, October 12, 2015

Dark Blue (South Island PD #1) by Ranae Rose Review and Giveaway

If Belle is going to get a speeding ticket, it might as well be written by the hottest cop South Island has ever seen. But Officer Jackson Calder isn’t just a daydream in blue, he’s the first man she ever slept with, and the only one she doesn’t regret.

One routine traffic stop, and Jackson’s past is back to haunt him in the most bittersweet way imaginable. Too good for him and too good to forget, Belle became a fantasy after she left the island. Now that she’s home for good in the Lowcountry, she’s a living, breathing temptation he can’t resist.

He was her first, but that was just the beginning. It’s being the last that counts. 

Book 1 in the South Island PD Series

My review:
Dark Blue is filled with mystery, drama, fun, love and some great secondary characters. With all the negative news about cops it is really nice to read a book that highlights the difference between good and bad cops. Ranae Rose writes this with knowledge and respect. It doesn’t hurt that Jackson is hot in uniform and out.  I really enjoyed the twists and turns and totally recommend this book.
Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.

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ABOUT RANAE: I write what I know and love: adult romance with blue-collar heroes and real-life flavor. Tattoos, handcuffs and men in uniform are a few of my favorite things, and it shows in my thirty+ published books.

I live in the South with my man in uniform, who I married for the entertainment value. Just kidding – it was the handcuffs true love. So far, our happily ever after includes a couple kids, German Shepherd dogs and a mutual appreciation of timely ‘that’s what she said’ jokes.

When I’m not writing, I love reading, good coffee, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and whatever outdoor adventures I can find.

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1 comment:

Ranae Rose said...

Thanks so much for reading and reviewing Dark Blue, Donna. :)