Great Books Don't Promote Violence
Open Season is a classic novel, Linda Howard at her best with romance, suspense, humor and a cute puppy. The hero Jack is a tough, experienced sheriff, yet kind and respectful to women. The heroine Daisy is smart, sassy and doesn't take crap from anyone, in spite of being a well-mannered town librarian in a small southern town.
Such a pleasant change from too many recent "so-called erotic romances" that feature creepy alpha jerks who treat women like dirt and the stupid female wimps would allow themselves to be battered & abused. Thanks Linda!
I like romance novels with a great story. A little racy is OK but no fowl language.
The first hour is a woman figuring our how to do a makeover. Slow and boring. Disgusting language. Poor character development. The story was 100% predictable.
Not a chance. The main character is supposed to be a white woman who dyed her hair blonde but the voice sounds like a black woman. I was never able to picture the character correctly.
Funny, different, enjoyable
I really enjoyed this book. My sister recommended it as "a book that will make you laugh" and it did. It wasn't rocket science, but I didn't want that. I especially enjoyed Daisy getting her groove on!
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
I enjoyed this fun story. It was well narrated and had a little mild sex spice added in. All in all an enjoyable listen. :)
I liked the relationship and banter between Daisy and the cop.
I liked the book but thought that it was kind of an anticlimactic ending. I found it interesting how she put a little bit in there about the Mayor's wife at the end.