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By Christie Craig | Comments: ( 711 ) | Date: ( Jul 12, 2020 )

Christie Craig is a must read New York Times Bestselling author Nina BangsSue Finley murdered peopleon paper As a mystery writer, she knew all the angles, who did what and why The only thing she couldn t explain waswell, men Dating was like diving into a box of chocolates sometimes the sweetest looking specimens were candy coated poison After a breakup wit Christie Craig is a must read New York Times Bestselling author Nina BangsSue Finley murdered peopleon paper As a mystery writer, she knew all the angles, who did what and why The only thing she couldn t explain waswell, men Dating was like diving into a box of chocolates sometimes the sweetest looking specimens were candy coated poison After a breakup with a bank robber and a divorce from a cross dresser, she gave it up for good Then came Detective Jason Dodd.Raised in foster homes, Jason swore never to need anyone as much as the parents who d abandoned him That was why he failed to follow up after experiencing the best kiss of his life real passion was addictive But when Sue Finley started getting death threats, all bets were off The blonde spitfire was everything he d ever wanted and she needed him And though this novel situation had a quirky cast of characters and an unquestionable bad guy, he was going to make sure it had a happy ending.

  • Title: Divorced, Desperate and Dating
  • Author: Christie Craig
  • ISBN: 2940012614476
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Nook

About Author:

Christie Craig

Pseudonym for C C Hunter.Photojournalist, Author and SpeakerChristie Craig, an Alabama native, is an award winning, multi published writer, multi published photo journalist, motivational speaker, and writing teacher Her non fiction articles and photography have appeared in almost three thousand national magazines A Golden Heart finalist, and a finalist in than fifty RWA sponsored contests, she has gained a well deserved reputation for writing romance fiction that has both witty humor and a suspenseful, sexy tone Published by Silhouette in the 90s, she recently broke back into fiction in a big way, making four book sales in one day Her seventh humorous single title romance novel, published by Dorchester, will hit the stands in June 2010 Her non fiction book, co authored by Faye Hughes, released September 08, is The Everything Guide To Writing A Romance Novel and their second non fiction book, a humorous self help relationship book, Wild, Wicked and Wanton 101 Ways to Love Like You Are in a Romance Novel is scheduled to be released December 2010 Craig s latest writing adventure is the sale of a young adult paranormal romance series, Shadow Falls Camp, that will be published by St Martins Press in the near future.

Comments Divorced, Desperate and Dating

  • PaigeBookdragon

    She was in love with a man who was so afraid of commitment that he hadn't named or checked the gender of his cat.I always wonder why most heroes in contemprary-romance are afraid of commitments but are not afraid of being a douche.Oh well.Divorce, Desperate and Dating is an okay read. I just finished reading the whole Rizzoli and Isles series and after a number of dead bodies, mutilated body parts and some bang-bang-you-are-dead scenes , I figured it's best to read something light and fluffy.Thi [...]

  • Jo

    The worst part about murdering someone was planning exactly how to do it. Not that this was Sue Finley’s first. She’d whacked at least ten people, but it never got any easier.Sue Finley is a mystery writer. She knows all the ways to kill a character, but understanding men was another matter. After her past relationship disasters with a bank robber and a cross-dresser she knows dating isn’t for her. Until sexy Detective Jason Dodd kisses her like she’s never been kissed before, only to no [...]

  • Kathleen

    Story Rating 4.5 starsCharacter Rating 5 starsRomance Rating 5 starsHeat Level 3.5 starsHumor Level 4 starsOverall Rating 4.5 starsThis was a very good read for me, I really enjoyed this second book of the Divorced and Desperate series. Once again Christie Craig wrote a very good book, with humor, great characters, sexual tension and heated love scenes. I must say that it was not quite as good as the first book that is why the 4.5 rating. The humor was there, just not as funny, the bad guy was t [...]

  • ♡Karlyn P♡

    Great book! Funny, sexy and cleaver writing. It's a romance mystery, but the mystery doesn't overtake the story. The romance between Jason and Sue is center stage, along with some great secondary characters providing comic relief. It was soooo much fun to read. (The mystery was quite cleaver too, and I kept changing my mind on who I thought the bad guy was.) Sue is a mystery writer who started getting death threats. Jason has known Sue for over a year, as her best friend is married to Jason's be [...]

  • Saly

    I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. Jason is Chase's partner, kind of a commitment phobe since he learned to protect himself after a series of foster homes but he can't get Sue out of his mind since he kissed her four months ago and he can't even look and feel anything for any other woman.The heroine Sue is a mystery writer who is finally getting back to dating. I dunno I got annoyed by Sue, she led Jason on a merry chase for a long time & then there was the stalker story which kept [...]

  • MBR

    4 star contemporary romance Christie Craig is a new author for me. With a total of 5 novels out so far, 3 of them belonging to the Divorced & Desperate series, this author writes with the sort of dry humor that only few can pull off and entertain the reader as much as this book has kept me entertained.This book can be read as a standalone although it is the second book in the Divorced & Desperate series, though after reading this, my interest has been piqued enough to consider reading th [...]

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    Rosalie's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews4.5 starsA mystery writer is forced to reconsider her policy against dating when she is protected from death threats by the sexiest cop she's ever seen.To murder mystery writer, Sue Finley, men are the questionable characters in real life. She is able to write them eloquently, then kill the, off, but in real life, she hasn't had much luck. Until this magical kiss with Jason. (The connection between this book and the first in the series Divo [...]

  • Maqluba

    Christie Craig has now become my go-to author for when I'm in a chick-lity mood. This is my second book of hers and to me she's given me enough evidence to say that I am happily in her corner. She has a great balance of humor, reality, a bit of suspense, and really hot couples. I can't help it, if you make me laugh out loud or cry then you've sold me, so yeah I'm gonna give her what she's due because she entertained me here.I haven't read the first book of this series but other than their first [...]

  • Jacqueline

    Although the heroine of this book is being stalked, it doesn't really classify as a romantic suspense because the focus of the story was on the romance not the stalker. There is basically no nail biting suspense over figuring out who the stalker is. The hero, a cop, does work at it and figure it out but it is not the important element in the book. Which was fine I believe that the author intended it that way. I really enjoyed both main characters. They were both well written and plausible. Jason [...]

  • Jane Stewart

    The main story is relationship conflict based on vague communication and fear of being hurt which didn’t work for meORY BRIEF:Sue is a mystery writer. Her ex-husband and recent boyfriend were terrible choices. Jason is a police detective who has never dated a girl for more than three months. He grew up in foster homes. As soon as he became attached to a foster parent, he was moved to another home. Therefore, he doesn’t want to become attached to anyone for fear of being hurt. He was drawn to [...]

  • Karla

    Sue is a writer. Her husband betrayed her and ever since she's had trouble in trusting men. That sentiment amplifies when Jason gives her a kiss that moves the earth, promised to call and 4 months later still hasn't. Then come the death threats. Death threats too similar to what she writes in her books. And sure she's a modern independent woman, past the hurt of her father's death, past the hurt of her husband's betrayal, past the hurt of her mother's grieving and her new boyfriend the Elvis loo [...]

  • Sofia Lazaridou

    What can I say about this book?Oh yeah I LOVED IT!Christie Craig didn't disappointed me with her second book on the divorced series like some other authors did.It had the whole package,humor,romance,heartache,mystery and a hot(or two if you count Chase too) guy(s).Everything started when Sue got a package and a dead rat inside and the word die on it.Even if Chase and Jason think the whole thing is set by Melissa her publisher/editor but they are wrong.Someone wants to kill Sue.After Chase's requ [...]

  • Lizo

    This is the second book in this series and I was highly, HIGHLY disappointed in it. The first one was cute and was funny, it was slow at some points and you genuinely kind of liked the characters. This book. Sue has annoyed me to no end. Jason is a SAINT to put up with all the mess she is dishing out. She constantly is lying, the constantly teasing and holding a grudge. I mean seriously how long are you going to hold a grudge about not calling? Sue has been annoying, I kept hoping for her to get [...]

  • Jaclyn

    This would have been a 4 star for me because it was cute, and I enjoyed the characters and the plot. However, what really annoyed me was the basis of Jason and Sue's issues was lack of communication! Especially at the end, it got so annoying! If only they had talked to each other, then the book would have been half as long. All of their problems were due to them not communicating! It made them seem extremely immature, especially Sue. It made no sense that every time he asked her what she needed [...]

  • VLynch

    Cute, but repetitive tug of war. This book started out good, really good. A sweet romance between an author named Sue and a sexy hot cop named Jason. When the author’s life becomes threatened the romance between the two heats up and it’s a great read. Until about ½ way through, and the tug of war romance between Sue and Jason becomes so overdone I just wanted to pull Jason from the book and take the hottie for myself and slap Sue! The resolution of the mystery was such a sad attempt I hones [...]

  • Cheryl

    I gave this book one star for the hero. I really liked his character and he was pretty much a saint to put up with the heroine. If I based the rating on the heroine it would have a negative rating. The heroine was probably the least liked that I've ever read (and I've read A LOT). She was flighty, ditzy and treated sex like an adolescent (should I, shouldn't I, oh my he took my shirt off) and what adult woman refers to a penis as a pencil? I almost didn't finish the book due to her but I can't s [...]

  • willaful

    This fluffy romance with a dash of mystery was a little frenetic for my tastes, with what seemed like an overabundance of description of who’s doing what when. I thought it could really have used a good editor to trim down some of the excess. (Didn't help that the ebook was terribly formatted the dozen references to the heroine's pan ties drove me buggy. Not to mention her plea sure. It was like reading a book narrated by a robot.) It grew on me some towards the end, after the mystery was safe [...]

  • Carrie

    I spent the first half of this book frustrated with both hero and heroine for NOT TALKING about what needed to be talked about. I'm also really tired of "quirky" family used as background filler for romance novels. Enough with the crazy parents/grantparents.Other than that, I liked the main characters and the plot was decent.

  • Sassafrass

    This was really cute. It started a little slow for me, but picked up around the middle. I felt for Jason, he had a lot of issues growing up. And so did Sue, but the two of them were really adorable together.The mystery was good as well. But, I liked the banter and humor the most. This author does a great job with that. I look forward to reading more in this series.

  • Jeanie Jackson

    Second in the DDD trilogy. Fun light romance with a little suspense. A lot of similarities to the first one. Enough laughs to keep me entertained. It took me a long time to figure out who was threatening Sue. Enough of the other characters to keep me happy. I like these people.

  • 315

    Not a big fan of when characters don't talk to each other but it fit here It was part of that made them who they are. It was annoying but it made the story sweeter for me. This just hit all the right buttons for me at the right time.

  • Libby

    Cute read with lots of uncomfortable and questionable interactions. 4 months ago bad boy cop Jason kissed Sue at a friend’s party and asked for her number. She’s still waiting for the call and avoiding Jason as best she can when someone starts making threats on her life.This is competently written and not a bad way to spend a few hours if you read lightly and don’t think too deeply about the details. For example, there are several scenes where there are local police chief downplays the ser [...]

  • Helen

    Fun read even though it's a romantic suspense involving murder and stalking. I loved the first book in the series for its laugh-out-loud humor, and I loved--loved!--the third book in the series for its depth of character and plot twists. This one, while I wholly identify with the author/critique group portrayals, didn't hit me as quite as funny. And, to be frank, a few weeks after reading it, I had to think really hard to remember who the villain was. Still, it had enough twists to keep me enter [...]

  • Jodie Mangum

    Funny!! Great story!!I love the humour!! Great story. Can't wait to read another book from this author, she is a wonderful writer. She adds humour, mystery and great details that make you fall in love with the characters. I love reading her books, just can't put them down.

  • Phyllis Wright

    Other than the main characters being a complete pain in the backside, it was VERY good!

  • Scaling Bookshelves

    This is my first Christie Craig book, I never want to see another one again. It was utterly and totally EXHAUSTING! Such an agonising and exasperating read, I wish I had never picked it up. When I turned the last page, a huge amount of relief washed over me as it was finally, FINALLY over.I've never experienced that before when reading. Though to be fair, I usually stop reading a book or skip pages when it starts getting bad. But since I had gotten this book for the sole reason of reviewing it, [...]

  • Kimberly

    For Sue Finley, plotting to kill someone is all in a day’s work. The talented mystery author knows all about threats, stalking, murder, and mayhem. What she can’t figure out is men, or more specifically one man – Jason Dodd. Four months ago, Jason gave Sue the best kiss of her life and then never called her. But when someone starts sending Sue threats straight out of her own novels, the man who never called suddenly appears in her life once more.Emotionally scarred from a childhood filled [...]

  • ♥Jamie

    Right now, I am a Christie Craig addict! I had seen her name before, but never really put much attention into checking out her books. That was a mistake. I love them. They are romantic, sexy, sweet, heartwarming, suspenseful, humorous, etc. I could go on. Divorced, Desperate and Dating is second in the book series, and it was just as entertaining and fun as the first.Summary:Mystery writer, Sue Finley, understands how to murder someone. On paper that is. She just cant seem to figure men out. She [...]

  • janet warner

    Great read!I really enjoyed reading this book. Couldnt wait to turn the page to see what came next! The characters in the book were so easy to feel like you knew them.

  • Bette Stanek

    Just as funny and entertaining as the first book in the series. I can't really say that I prefer one over the other. They're different stories, yet they're similar. This is going to be a go-to series for me when I need brain candy, pure and simple. The reader meets both Jason and Sue in the first book of the series. Sue plays a bigger part than Jason in the story of Chase and Lacy. Sue is one of the BFF threesome. Jason is, or rather was Chase's partner on the HPD. Chase and Lacy are on their ho [...]

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