Review of Scarlet and the Sheriff by Carly Carson

scarlet-and-the-sheriffScarlet and the Sheriff is a wonderful romance full of passion and great characters that you won’t want to miss.


Fleeing from a cheating fiancé, Victoria “Scarlet” Monroe (AKA Tory) finds herself stuck in the small town of Lovestruck.  Sheriff Rand Hart is attracted to the whirlwind that has turned his quiet town upside-down, but he faces a dilemma when he learns of an arrest warrant for Tory courtesy of her ex.  Despite this Rand cannot help but act on the attraction that sizzles between him and Tory, but they have a lot to figure out before they can move forward.


What I really enjoyed most about this story are the characters of Rand and Tory and their steamy romance.  Tory is a charming character full of sass and determination.  Deeply affected by her childhood and the events with her ex, Tory finds it difficult to trust anyone which causes some problems for her and Rand.  Lately she has faced a string of bad luck, but she seems to handle it quite well.  As for Rand, he’s strong character who knows what he wants and is determined to get it.  I admired the confidence and strength that he demonstrates throughout the story. 


I really enjoyed their relationship and loved the flirtation and innuendo that takes place between the two as they banter with each other.  They share an obvious chemistry which leads to a scorching romance and some very steamy encounters.  With Rand and Tory, the author has created two strong-willed individuals who are perfect for one another.


If you are looking for a fast-paced and entertaining read with feisty characters, then I recommend you check out Scarlet and the Sheriff.


You can find this book here.


2 Responses to Review of Scarlet and the Sheriff by Carly Carson

  1. Helen says:

    Another good book I love all these books

    have Fun

  2. Carly Carson says:

    Thank you Jennifer.

    I was so surprised I can’t even remember what I was looking for here. lol

    I think it was the review for Vol. 26.

    Thanks again, Carly

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