Back Roads

Back Roads Sensible capable and always in control Leigh Mitchell is the local sheriff of her sleepy Indiana home town But Leigh is turning thirty and feeling restless Something needs to change She needs to ch

  • Title: Back Roads
  • Author: Susan Crandall
  • ISBN: 9780446612258
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sensible, capable, and always in control, Leigh Mitchell is the local sheriff of her sleepy Indiana home town But Leigh is turning thirty and feeling restless Something needs to change She needs to change So when a sexy stranger asks her to ride the Ferris wheel one moonlit night, she takes a leap of faith and falls for Will Scott, dangerous secrets and all By turns pSensible, capable, and always in control, Leigh Mitchell is the local sheriff of her sleepy Indiana home town But Leigh is turning thirty and feeling restless Something needs to change She needs to change So when a sexy stranger asks her to ride the Ferris wheel one moonlit night, she takes a leap of faith and falls for Will Scott, dangerous secrets and all By turns passionate and tender, Will reveals little about his past and less about his future, even when the town suspects him of committing a terrible crime Now on the uncertain back roads of life, take charge Leigh must learn to let god trust not only the cold dictates of the law but the hot blooded demands of her heart.

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    2 thoughts on “Back Roads

    1. Alas, the rumor is true, Susan was a dental hygienist in her previous career However, she retired from that profession many years ago and has been a full time author ever since thanks to all of you fabulous readers.Susan grew up in a small Indiana town, married a guy from that town, and then moved to Chicago for a while She is pleased to say that she has been back in her hometown for many years and plans to stay.She s received a RITA, two National Reader s Choice Awards and a SIBA Award for Fiction Her books include an Indie Next Pick, Okra Picks, a Target Book Club pick, and are popular with book clubs.Join her newsletter for new release announcements susancrandall newsletter

    2. It’s more about solving a mystery than romance. It didn’t draw me in emotionally as much as I would have liked. It was okORY BRIEF:Leigh was raised by relatives who didn’t want her. They fed and clothed her but gave nothing emotional. She had to work to pay for her own education. She is now sheriff in a small town in Indiana. She wants to date, but there is no one appropriate. Drifter Will shows up at a carnival and asks Leigh to ride the Ferris Wheel with him. Afterwards they go to a bar [...]

    3. What a charming read! Having enjoyed Susan Crandall's newest novels thus far, I was looking forward to her backlisted books. Back Roads did not disappoint; many late nights were devoted to uncovering the mysteries. Although, Crandall's leap into romantic suspense really began with Pitch Black, this story is full of suspense that will make it hard to put the book down.The mystery, a young woman's disappearance, foreign to the small, sleepy town of Glens Crossing in Indiana, made more sinister whe [...]

    4. After reading Whistling Past the Graveyard, I decided to read other books by Susan Crandall. I was quickly drawn in to the mystery surrounding the man who drops in on the small town called Glens Crossing. It seems like the author merged some of the best characteristics of Morelli and Ranger (Janet Evanovich) in creating the hero, Will Scott.

    5. This was really good! Kept me on the edge of my seat trying to figure out the secret behind the handsome stranger who came to town and figure out what happened to the missing girl and see the love story develop!

    6. I really liked this book. It wasn't as trashy as I thought it would be. It gave me a feeling a suspense that made me want to keep reading to the very last page. I really liked the story and felt the end was nice too.

    7. The sheriff was turning 30 and life in a small town was boring. A tall dark stranger came to town and though mysterious, she trusted him but the whole town thought he had kidnapped a missing girl.

    8. I really liked this story of a small town female sheriff. And then there is the stranger who comes to town. Things start to happen.

    9. A very good read. Interesting, a lot of intrigue, kept you wondering all through. Great ending. First time reading Susan Crandall. Will definitely read more of her work.

    10. Favorite Quotes:"The crumbling cliff of sanity shook under her feet.""There was something about a guilty conscience that loosened a tongue faced with silence."

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