HER LUCKY CATCH by Amie Denman
Her Lucky Catch by Amie Denman
Reviewed by Miranda
Jazz Shepard moved to Bluegill to start her life over after her divorce. She is a teacher at the local Catholic school but she has to take a part-time job at the marina to make ends meet. It’s not such a hardship after all as the Fire Department docks their boat and Jazz definitely appreciates the sight of the gorgeous firefighter Kurt Reynolds. However, she never counted on being drawn into a criminal investigation by the local Sheriff.
Kurt Reynolds doesn’t know what to think about the new teacher in town. She acts a little odd but he can’t help but be attracted to her. He knows Jazz is keeping secrets and he can’t wait to uncover every one of them.
Jazz needs to keep her undercover assignment with the Sheriff a secret but being around Kurt makes her want to let her secrets loose. Will her new relationship get in the way of helping the Sheriff bring down the bad guys? Will Jazz lose her chance at finding real love?
Her Lucky Catch features a lot of laughs. Jazz is quite the funny heroine especially her inner dialogue. I like the fact that she’s not Ms. Depressing considering she is down on her luck lately. Jazz rolls with the punches and her attraction to Kurt is hot and hilarious. What I like best about this story is Jazz. Her desire for Kurt often leads to humorous interactions with him that usually end with her in a mess. I didn’t feel an overwhelming romance connection between Jazz and Kurt. I like them and they have their heated moments but I think there are too many other things going on in the story so the actual romance never heats up to its full potential. The mystery concerning the undercover assignment is a little interesting but I think it distracts from the couple. I did enjoy the ending of Her Lucky Catch. I really like the way everything wrapped up.