Craig (Divorced, Desperate and Delicious) fills her new romantic thriller Gotcha! Christie Craig, Author. Dorchester/Love Spell $ (p). Read Gotcha! A Tall, Hot & Texan Novel by Christie Craig by Christie Craig by Christie Craig for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad. After a lifetime of undependable men, her brother’s prison break brings Mr. Right into Macy’s life – a Houston detective who won’t let her be the one who got away.

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But I never really found myself hooked, despite the suspense.

The look on Sergeant Baldwin’s face was priceless. Enter Jake Baldwin into the life of Macy. Being with him is like driving bu bike too close to the edge of a cliff” A cliff with great scenery, of course. But when he persists, Macy lets loose and stops speaking female code for tampons, periods and the whole works, lets Jake have it full force, which leaves him floundering and blushing.

Her brother does another stupid thing while in jail no surprise there which results in an inmate deciding to hurt Macy in order to call things even. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Engaging and romantic, Gotcha! Jake starts out focused on recapturing Tanks, his nemesis, but soon begins to feel very protective towards Macy. Now I’m off to go 4. Jake is not the “perfect” hero but I am not really interested in reading about a guy who is too perfect.


Chritie grandpa died, her father left he was mean drunk too and then her ex-husband cheated on her and her baby brother let her down so Macy is not looking for a man especially not after the example she had with her mother. Blame It on Texas.

Three Complete Holiday Love Stories. A Golden Heart finalist, and a finalist in more than fifty RWA-sponsored contests, gottcha has gained a well-deserved reputation for writing romance fiction that has both witty humor and a suspenseful, sexy tone.

Jake Baldwin of the local police department. Even though her grandmother is a caricature, she is the one that makes this book funny. So when Jake and Macy meet for the first time the fire crackles.

The main character was funny and I fell in love with the alpha male, never mind her nan!

First her grandfather drops dead in his spaghetti, then her father abandons their family, and then Macy catches her husband cheating on her. The ending wasn’t really an ending for me.

I blame the heroine. The story was OK, just didn’t quite hold my attention.

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I love reading Christie Craig. That’s why dating’s off the menu. Still a good book but come on! In the beginning I noticed right away the quotation marks ” where they didn’t belong and I thought, well, maybe this is a simple error that will get fixed more into the story. Christie Craig is an author that I can read and know I am going to get a good quality story with interesting and entertaining characters. Macy Tucker aka Pizza Girl was a struggling law student delivering pizzas to pay her bills.


A very nice read. Macy is Ellie Chandler’s boyfriend Billy’s sister.

Gotcha! (Tall, Hot & Texan, book 1) by Christie Craig

Every spoken syllable was like gotcua surgery. Her humor is outstanding, love reading her books, I always in up laughing out loud somewhere through her stories. They have never been reliable.

It was a great surprise ,it was much better than I expected it to be!

I liked this book. And of course he breaks out of jail. You’ll find them in the aisle of the grocery store that men avoid, beside the yeast-infection medications and feminine deodorant products.

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Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Feb 19, Kimberly rated it really liked it Shelves: Some are silly even without mis I got this as a freebie. However, once the two are on the same page, I felt myself smiling and not wanting to leave the story. I loved how all characters get connected to one another. The characters were well drawn and believable as were the interesting minor characters. June Romantic Times Review:

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