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Don't let the awful and dull cover fool you and deter you from reading this book; because it's a great, fun read.
This had been my first Christie Craig read, and I would've never picked it up if it weren't for the fact it was free on Amazon. The kick ass name helped things, too, because it reminded me so much of all those movies when you stare at the screen and go all like SHUT UP AND KISS HER! Well, thank you free Kindle books, I don't know what I'd do without you.
The summary on Goodreads is misleading, because this story doesn't revolve around one couple, it deals with at least three couples; one of them which involves a sort of and very mild love triangle.
First we have Shala and Sky. Shala is a photographer who cames to Precious, Texas, to help boost tourism and save the town. Not everyone wants her in town. Sky is the chief of police, a fine male specimen who agrees to look out after Shala so no one will try something with her. But then he thinks Shala had taken photos where she isn't allowed, and confiscates her camera – which results in quite a few argument between the couple—who are as attracted to each other as can get.
And of course, there's the issue with the man after Shala's camera, who would stop at nothing to get it; even murder. Exactly what is there in the camera that warrants such distraction? Did Shala snap at something she shouldn't have?
Surrounding this "main plot" we have two different stories...