Daisy Mae Partridge had a different life
planned for herself, but she is in Boxer County, Florida
working as a Liberated Woman sales representative, which means
she is selling sex toys to the women of her town. Daisy did
not see herself living in this town that had always treated
her like an outsider. She was a foster child, but here she
is. There were a few people who treated her decently, one of
them being local sheriff Tom Williams.
Tom Williams did not plan to still be in
Boxer County. He had plans to move to the city and work for
the police force, but everything changed the day his father
died. Tom used to be fun and carefree, but his
responsibilities and the pressures he put on himself have
completely changed the way he looks at things.
Daisy and Tom have been friends since
grade school and very briefly they considered more, but then
life got in the way. Tom changed after his father died. He
lost his carefree attitude and become serious and uptight.
Tom, also, became sheriff of Boxer County and he takes his
job very seriously. He has been avoiding Daisy since she came
back to town and part of this has to do with the things he
wants to do to Daisy. Daisy figures that Tom may be avoiding
her because of her job as it is illegal to sell sex toys in
Boxer County. Daisy would certainly like to have a bit more
to do with Tom, though. Up to this point, Tom has ignored
Daisy’s questionable job, but rumor has it his mother has just
signed up for one of her “special” parties. As Daisy and Tom
are brought together after Tom arrests Daisy things heat up
between them and their old feelings resurface. Will Tom be
able to overlook Daisy’s career to find the love they both
I Shagged the Sheriff is a
fun read! Daisy is beautiful, kind, and very certain that
every woman should receive what they are entitled to. Tom
takes his job very seriously, but he has a side that he keeps
completely hidden from everyone. I was rooting for Daisy and
Tom to find a way past their differences to explore the
feelings and the attraction they has always been there. Nancy
Lindquist writes characters that are believable and fun.
I Shagged the Sheriff was a good read and a great
way to spend the evening.