Once and Always had me laughing and shaking my head. Maisa’s uncle was just adorable and really gave them a run for their money. Being a former Russian mobster is no joke and hiding out becomes a second skin. Sam makes it harder because not only is he curious but he won’t leave well enough alone, which includes Maisa. She was a lot nicer than I would have been, I found him annoying in some parts. Three suitcases, all have something important to their owners, but when they get mixed up trouble comes with a bang.
The plot was clear and easy to read. The love that Maisa has for her uncle is sweet and she’s very protective of him and with Sam hanging around she has to be. The book was full of action, twists and a little romance and spicy moments were thrown in, in between. Diamonds and stolen artifacts are never a good thing and when they get into the wrong hands there are people who will do anything to not only get it back but make sure that you don’t talk.
IS THERE A PROBLEM, OFFICER?
Small town cop Sam West certainly doesn't mind a routine traffic stop: speeding ticket, stern warning, and sayonara. With a whopper of a blizzard closing in, that's all he has time for. But the lawbreaker he pulls over is anything but typical. From her mile-long legs to her razor-sharp wit, Maisa Bradley is like nothing Coot Lake, Minnesota, has ever seen . . . and she's about to take Sam on the ride of his life.
BEING BAD HAS ITS BENEFITS
Whoever said blood is thicker than water probably wasn't related to a former Russian mobster. But an innocent mix-up and rumors of stolen diamonds soon have the Russian mob taking an unusual interest in the sleepy little town-and Maisa facing heated scrutiny from a certain tall, dark, and handsome deputy. Sam's dazzling blue eyes beg her to reveal all her secrets, but how much should she tell? Getting snowed in with the sexiest lawman in the frozen north may not be the worst way to decide . . .