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Maverick Sheriff (Sweetwater Ranch, #1) Delores Fossen Kicks Off Her New Series, Sweetwater Ranch, With A Texas Lawman, A Beautiful District Attorney And The Child They Ll Risk Everything To Protect.Saving A Little Boy S Life Reopens Painful Wounds For Texas Sheriff Cooper McKinnon This Could Be His Son, Whose Loss Has Haunted Him For Two Years But Cooper Has A Formidable Adversary In Jessa Wells She S The Adoptive Mother And She Ll Do Anything To Hold On To Liam.It S Cruel Justice That The Man Who Shares Liam S Rare Blood Type Has An Unsolved Murder In His Own Family And The Danger S Far From Over Fighting Her Desire For Cooper, Jessa Has No Choice But To Join Forces With The Maverick Cowboy Jessa Knows Working Together Is Their Best Shot At Keeping The Child Safe But It S The Possibility Of A Future Alone That Breaks Jessa S Heart.


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10 thoughts on “Maverick Sheriff (Sweetwater Ranch, #1)

  1. says:

    There are a lot of problems with this book.We have a great premise.Cooper McKinnon is a Texas Sheriff His wife and little baby died in a flood a few years ago the boy s body is never found The book opens with him coming into the hospital to give blood to a boy The boy is exactly the age


  2. says:

    Jessa was run off the road, and now her infant son needs surgery She found out he had a rare blood type that not many people had The doctor called and asked Sheriff Cooper to come donate Of all the people that could help her son, it just had to be Sheriff Cooper Jessa, and Cooper has had their


  3. says:

    Mostly stupid I didn t like the DA lady, the rest felt very much like copy schematic It was mostly quite uninteresting Not even the whole kidnapping selling thing made itthrilling And the culprit That was a cheap shot It also had insta love and a stupid ready made family solution.


  4. says:

    When Texas sheriff, Cooper McKinnon arrives at the hospital to donate blood to his nemesis Assistant District Attorney, Jessa Wells son, he is curious because the child, who is practically the same age as the son he lost in a flood almost two years before and he has the same rare blood type that Cooper has


  5. says:

    Good book and excellent setup for the series It starts out with Cooper rushing to the hospital to be a blood donor for a little boy with the same rare blood type he has It doesn t matter that the boy s mother is his adversary in their professional lives Jessa is the new ADA who is reopening an unsolved murder case


  6. says:

    Hotness Rating 2.5 out of 5 Maverick Sheriff, the first book of the Sweetwater Ranch series, by Delores Fossen This book had it s highs and lows I liked it, but didn t love it I will definitely read the next books in this series The highs were greater than the lows and there is just something about Delores Fossen s writi


  7. says:

    Jessa and Sheriff Cooper have had differences since the day Jessa decided to re open an old case involving Cooper s estranged mother and blaming Cooper and his brothers of tampering with the evidence But when Cooper is called by the doctor to help Jessa s son Liam with a blood transfusion involving a rare blood type and Cooper


  8. says:

    3 StarsThis was a good enough story, it was a fun read with good characters and an ok plot line.Here were my issues with this book Far too many characters I know this is the first in a series, and I feel like the author needs to introduce us to all these characters that are coming up, but it gets to be a little much.The other thing wa


  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is my first Delores Fossen book, but Harlequin s INTRIGUE line is one I feel I get a lot of wins out of They re typically smart, quick paced, stay on point, and never insults the reader.I feel like this does that for the most part Except you knew there was a


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This was a very fast read, with a fast paced plot The action kept me reading, but there were several things that bothered me about the book There were bits that were repetitive, and in something this short it was less than 4 hours of reading for me and I m not a terribl


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