Saturday, November 30, 2013

Review: Christie Craig's The Cop Who Stole Christmas (Tall, Hot, and Texan)


The Cop Who Stole Christmas (Tall, Hot, and Texan) by Christie Craig was only released on November 22, 2013.  Not your typical “home for the holidays” Christmas story, there is definitely something between Mark, the homicide detective, and Savannah, the florist, even before they meet.  They’ve scoped each other out for some time before Savannah finally runs across the street to see if her cop neighbor can intervene and keep “Santa” from towing her car.  Unfortunately, Santa’s paperwork is all in order and Mark can’t help much.  He also explains to Savannah that he is homicide so to let him know if she finds a body.  Little does he dream that she’ll be back screaming when she finds her ex-husband dead in her kitchen.  Mark has lots of rules, a meddlesome mother, and Savannah is causing havoc with his nice, quiet, boring life. Savannah, on the other hand, is having trouble believing that any of her friends could possibly have killed her ex and isn't too sure about starting a relationship with Mark.  Cute, and funny, along with a steamy romance.

Now, back to my very high TBR pile...  

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