Easy reading...I liked "Good Girls Do" (first in the series) a bit better. It took me a little while to warm up to Skye. As one person stated...too many secondary characters and not enough h/h...I agree. I also started to get a bit confused with so many background characters. I liked the book, I just didn't *really* like it.
Skye, a free spirit sort of gal with a 7 year old daughter, has a dream fulfilled when she wins the lottery. She also meets the sheriff, a man needing lessons on how to soar. Very light reading, with some interesting characters.
Robin K. (jubead) reviewed Bad Girls Don't (Girls Do or Don't, Bk 2) on
Out of the 4 books in this series (Big Girls Don't; Good Girls Do; and Smart Girls Think Twice) I enjoyed this the most.
Skye Wright is sort of a free spirit and a belly dancer in my day she was a hippy. She is also a single mom. Nathan is a straight lace cop who from a recent tragedy has many walls around him and he has no intention of falling for anyone again.
With a cast of supporting characters (some who will have their own books) there is a lot of humor and romance. Can Nathan let his guard down and allow himself to fall in love again. Can Skye trust a man again and can she trust and love this man? It was a fun read and I enjoyed the characters and the supporting cast.
It was very enjoyable but I found Skye a bit annoying. She's all about being a free spirit but isn't willing to understand the people who feel differently (you know the typical people with jobs, responsibilities etc.). She's very loving and supportive of her friends and learns some valuable lessons but I enjoyed the next 2 books more. Nathan is just way cool. (does that date me?)