Book: Making the Wright Connections by Ruby Cainecategories: Book, Romance, Domestic Discipline, New Orleans, Spanking, Cajun, Suspense, Louisiana, River Parishes, Music, Hot Cop, DD Romance
Ruby Caineabout this book: Redrabbit summarized this book perfectly. "I enjoyed this story that is a page-turner. Jeanne St. Amant has reluctantly returned home to LaPlace, Louisana after living and working in Tennessee. Her dream of making it big as a singer never happened, and several incidences finally find her without a job. Getting pulled over by Officer Daniel Wright sets this story into a new adventure, but the past will come and haunt them. Over time, as she gets to know Daniel, he makes her feel safe, treasured and protected. They will deal with several unwise, unsafe jobs and him showing her the errors of her ways, but in the end, they have great chemistry and interaction.
From Nashville to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and back home to Louisana is just to be temporary, and then hopefully Jeanne will go west and get her break. Jeanne has buried a bad experience and never told anyone what happened to her, but that nightmare has reared its ugly head and determined to cause problems. Having a cop for a boyfriend is hard, but having him for your husband is even more challenging. When it comes out that there have been several women murdered and dumped, Daniel becomes extra protective of his flighty wife and insist she will no long go out alone because she matches the serial killer's profile. The story takes several twists and turns and having self-defense and gun safety classes can only take a person so far, but knowing to remain calm and how to handle a crisis will be the difference between life and death.
The story does cover a woman being date raped while drugged, the shame and secrecy of hiding what happened and even going as far as feeling responsible. No woman should ever feel she is at fault; it is the rapist. It also points out, just because you have tools for a job, if they aren't available when your life depends on them, they are useless.
Jeanne St. Amant returned to her home town ready to regroup after a failed musical career. Officer Daniel Wright welcomed her home with a lecture about speeding. Suddenly her boring home town does not seem so awful after all. After a rocky start, the couple start a committed relationship. Jeanne learns the hard way that Daniel does not have a problem putting a stop to any behavior he finds irresponsible or dangerous.
Trouble from her past follows her, threatening more than her budding relationship with her hot police officer. Jeanne's life is on the line as a serial killer shadows her every move. Can her Mr. Wright keep her safe? Will she ever be able to sit comfortably again?
Publishers note: This book contains elements of spanking of adult women and sexual scenes. If any of these themes offend you, please do not purchase.
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