Thursday, 22 November 2012

Warrant For Love By Sheryl Browne

Leanne Curtis has shared more than her heart and her home with womanizing man. She's shared her pin number. The scales are peeled painfully from her eyes when she spots female footprints on the inside windscreen of his car. Devastated, Leanne storms off into the night. He wasn't going to pay her back when he sold his flat, his bolthole, his shag pad, probably, the absolute...! Shivering on a street corner, Leanne comes up with a survival plan. She's no choice. If she's to keep her son in PS3s, Leanne needs a lodger. 
Brought up in care, Police constable Paul Davis doesn't communicate well. On duty, he's gloomily contemplating his impending divorce. His wife sleeping with his sergeant is not helping his morose mood. His sergeant has a history, and Paul needs to find somewhere decent to live in order to gain custody of his son, Fast. And to keep his job.
Wrongfully arresting Leanne Curtis for soliciting, he muses, whilst avoiding five-star-freezer looks from her friends, might not be the best way to do it.
Could fate have brought them together, though? Leanne needs a respectable lodger. Paul needs a home. One thing leads to another, and Paul can't quite believe his luck. When a blackmail plot cooked up by Leanne's friends threatens their budding relationship, however, is Paul compelled to uphold the law?  Or will he risk everything to make sure Leanne's abusive ex gets his comeuppance?

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First of all I want to say I loved this book alot! Sheryl Browne is a relatively new author around at the moment and I jumped up at the chance to review her book for her. It starts with Leanne Curtis having give her man Richard some money that he desperately needed. However things go out of control and when one night she finds female footprints on the inside windscreen of his car...She goes crazy and storms off into the night, However when she's standing on a street corner pretty much half naked She gets wrongly arrested by Police Constable Paul Davis. However she gets let off at the station, does threaten to sue him and all that but does change her mind eventually. Leanne's sister and best friend come to rescue and start to plot their own blackmail plan for Leanne's ex Richard....

I did enjoy this book alot, It was a very lighthearted and exciting read, I was always wanting to see what more was happening on each page. I loved the whole blackmail plot for Richard Leanne's ex..It was very funny, the idiot that he was. The way Sheryl describes Paul Davis...made him sound very dishy hehe! I do love a man in uniform hehe! This book had such a great story line and all the mix of characters just clicked together and they were all unique in their own ways.

I was hooked from the first chapter and i was giggling all the way right to end of the book! Sheryl has written  this book so perfectly and lovely. I want everybody to grab a copy and you must read! It's not your most typical rom-com but it was still a fab read which you will be giggling a lot. Sheryl, You are a brilliant author in my eyes and I hope you keep on writing books because you have done an amazing job so far! I Thank You Sheryl for giving me the opportunity to read one of your books and be able to write a review aswell.

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  1. Yay!! Thank you Miss Bookworm! This why we write! Why we bite fingernails down to elbows, hoping, praying that readers will love our work. Without reader/reviewer feedback, we can’t know. We live in dread of bad feedback (though I think most authors take criticism on board and try to use it positively). When it’s good, though, it makes all our hard work so very worthwhile. This is FABulous! I am totally thrilled to bits. It can’t be easy having a bazillion authors requesting reviews, so I think I speak for all authors when I say your time is really, truly appreciated. THANK YOU!! :) xxx YesssSSS!!

  2. What a super review? And now you've tempted me away from my usual diet of dark crime - I think I might enjoy this book.

  3. What a fab review and I so agree with you Miss Bookworm! I've just read this book and totally adored it. I fell in love with Paul and wanted to punch Cummings! He was a sexist, nasty piece of work,worse than Richard! Congrats author Sheryl Browne - the second book of yours that I've read and really, really enjoyed.

  4. Your very welcome Sheryl, I loved it lots! I know its not a typical rom-com but it was still fabulous in my eyes! well im glad and you must carrry on writing :) xxx