With his faded leather jacket and a bike that's seen better days, Neill Devlin doesn't look like a best-selling author or a man trying to keep one lane ahead of loneliness. Loving, Indiana, is as nice a place as any for his bike to break down, especially when he catches a glimpse of a beautiful woman with an odd air of mystery about her who draws him into her spell.Damsel in Distress
Anne Moore has lived her life in the shadow of tragedy. Imprisoned by her own past, she can't escape the chains that keep her tied to this town and to a life that is slowly suffocating her. She isn't looking for a hero, and Neill isn't looking to slay any dragons. But in his heart he holds the key to freedom and happily ever after, for both of them.
"Schulze delivers a love story that is both heartwarming and steamy." (Publishers Weekly)
I liked this book. It had a good suspense aspect and the characters were interesting. Of course it is typical "all is well" in the end.
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Short, cute, predictable story. Nothing to overthink. The author could have stretched this into a murder mystery, but chose to focus on the aftermath of an unsolved murder. A little more depth would have been nice, but sometimes I enjoy a bit of fluff.