When things soured between FBI agent Kayla Dixon and her lover, she was ready for a change from the fast-paced life she was living. Her father, the police chief in Sawmill Springs, offered her a job, and she decided a change of pace was just what she needed. Her wish for slow and peaceful didn't materialize, however, as mere hours after she started her first shift, a prominent citizen was gunned down.
The two women are thrust together to solve the murder and return Sawmill Springs to the sleepy small town the residents expect. As the investigation grows, so does their attraction. There's just one problem - Murphy thinks Kayla is straight. Kayla admits to a failed marriage when she was 18, and an ambiguous affair with another FBI agent convinces Murphy to steer clear of her. Kayla's innocent flirting is met with skepticism and doubt...and temptation. Another murder not only strengthens their bond as partners but has them fighting to escape the clutches of a murderer. No longer able to ignore the budding attraction between them, they must decide if they are willing to start over...this time, together.
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By Lydia Hicks on 19-10-17
Good story, believable characters. Loved the flirting between Murphy and Kayla :-) some funny one-liners too. Took a little while to get into the story but one of my favourite narrators so would definitely recommend.
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By Kalyn Maywren on 02-08-17
Decent story, occasionally cringeworthy, fine narr
-Story was fairly well-written
-had some cringe-y cliched moments
-had a sex scene that came out of the left field
-characters were not Mary Sues (hooray)
- narrator had a pleasant voice
- disliked voice she used for Murphy, but wasn't terrible to listen to, just not what I envisioned
- seemed to relish all the scenes
- sometimes was a little slow to read, but probably because was narrating dialogue with heavy southern drawl.
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By DB on 06-07-17
Kind of unbelievable
Would you listen to Sawmill Springs again? Why?
Good characters, well performed, 4/5th of the way through it just got unbelievable. It's a cop drama and most of the book flows well but...spoiler alert!!!...I just can't imagine letting my father go alone to deal with a homicidal maniac, even if it is his brother. And I can't imagine, with my father's life in danger, that I Could, never mind would, wake a few hours later sleeping next to my pending lover and choose to have sex rather than check on my father. It just got sloppy towards the end. Yes, her father is the chief of police. Yes, her father is a strong character but really? Not a snowballs chance in hell I'd let him go on his own.
Would you be willing to try another book from Gerri Hill? Why or why not?
I usually love Gerri Hill's books. She typically has me laughing out loud and thoroughly enjoying the ride.
Which character – as performed by Nicol Zanzarella – was your favorite?
Murphy is done well but the Chief of Police is brilliant; a great character brought to life in full color in Nicol Zanzarella's performance.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
3 of 3 people found this review helpful