☆ Midsummer Law || ☆ PDF Read by ¸ Megan Derr

By Megan Derr | Comments: ( 661 ) | Date: ( Sep 17, 2019 )

Being Sheriff is a hard job, even in a town like Midsummer When magic is thrown into the mix, everything gets complicated Kirby is lonely and worn out, and his latest unpleasant duty is contacting the brother of a recent suicide Given the complications surrounding the tragedy, and just how loathed the deceased man was in Midsummer, meeting his brother is not somethBeing Sheriff is a hard job, even in a town like Midsummer When magic is thrown into the mix, everything gets complicated Kirby is lonely and worn out, and his latest unpleasant duty is contacting the brother of a recent suicide Given the complications surrounding the tragedy, and just how loathed the deceased man was in Midsummer, meeting his brother is not something Kirby is in a hurry to do.But when he arrives, Merry is nothing like his deceased brother nothing like anything Kirby has seen in a long time But Merry might just be a reason to finally let go of his own private anguish and start living again.

  • Title: Midsummer Law
  • Author: Megan Derr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Megan Derr

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Comments Midsummer Law

  • Ingela

    Written February 3, 20153.2 Stars - Super sweet, wonderfully told and narratedBook #3Yet another cute short tale from Midsummer Town. This time the sheriff got his kinky dream fulfilled.Midsummer's Law is the third book in the sweet paranormal Midsummer series in three parts. New lovebirds in each book-part and you get quickly done, sweet amusing, fairytale feeling novellas. (My reviews: (view spoiler)[★★★☆☆ ~ #1 - Midsummer Moon (3.3 stars) ★★★★☆ ~ #2 - Midsummer Curse (3.5 [...]

  • Ami

    3.3 starsI agree with few of the reviews already available for this story. For example: quite a number of scenes explaining Merry's clothes instead of actual interaction to explain their attraction -- it made me wonder, does Kirby like Merry because of the clothes?!? Because once the boy Kirby used to love wore similar goth clothes not long before he died?? Plus, the ending is abruptly fast forward. Right after such a cute New Year's Party, suddenly Kirby is grumpy because he and Merry had a fig [...]

  • BubblesHunty Honest & Direct Opinions

    Not really getting into this one. At 54% all details are mostly about clothes or pointless thoughts from the Mc. Then when the two guys finally get to hang out it skips over it with a small they had fun flashback and now story back to rambling thoughts of mc but there has been no character growth or any plot happeningBy the end they have spent almost no time together, every time they do get together story skims a little bit of them and then jumps months ahead where something apparently happened [...]

  • ⚣❣☙ Michaelle ❧❣⚣

    4.0 StarsMy favorite of the 3 listened to so far. Very sweet, flirty & romantic. I especially loved Merry's wardrobe (if not how it's basically called "goth" all the time) and how gender-fluid it could appear sometimes. That it's what first attracted Kirby to him - seemingly based on a dead teen lover's old style - wasn't really addressed until the end of the story, but even though we don't get much heat it's easy to see that Kirby lusts after Merry.

  • Mandy*reads obsessively*

    3.5I always enjoy Megan Derr's stories, and her Midsummer books are sweet and cute.This was Sheriff Kirby and Merry's story, I liked the cowboy and the goth theme that Ms Derr got going in this story, but it was just to short for me to really fall in love with the MCs.

  • Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*

    I accidentally read this book before the other two in the series but it was still good. I liked how it started out as insta-lust and gradually, over a few months, grew to love between Kirby and Merry. I loved how different Merry was, all decked out in full-goth gear; while it might sound juvenile, the way it's written and described just fit with what you come to know of Merry. I couldn't help but laugh at what was Kirby's 'type' and Merry definitely is his type.I found the relationship between K [...]

  • Lacey

    I really liked this story and especially the characters - Merry in particular was absolutely adorable. However, even after reading the story, I don't feel like I really know Merry and Kirby as a couple. A lot of 'getting to know you' stuff that I would have liked to see was skipped over - the first weekend they spent actual time together, then a month was skipped until Merry visited Midsummer, then the final 3 1/2 months until he visited again and the story was over. What this means is that we o [...]

  • Lucy

    Midsummer is a paranormal town, with every kind of paranormal creature, in a Mayberry type small town setting. Kirby is the Sheriff of Midsummer, a lonely man who lost his true love years ago. He feels partly responsible for the suicide of a hobgoblin, Kerry, (in the book before this, Midsummer Curse) and is worried when he find Kerry had a twin brother, Merry. Even worse when Merry shows up, and is the Goth boy of Kirby's cowboy dreams. This the third in the series, and really needs to be read [...]

  • Mandapanda

    Book 3 in the Midsummer series. Likable Sheriff of Midsummer falls for goth sorcerer. Sweet and sexy short story with an opposites attract theme. Not much plot but a nice couple of MC's with a dash of smex.

  • Valerie ❈M/M Romance Junkie❈

    They didn’t have enough page time together. So much of their relationship happened off page.

  • L-D

    3.5 stars.We met Sheriff Kirby at the end of Midsummer Curse when he was investigating the death of one of Midsummer's residents. This story picks off after Midsummer Curse and Kirby is trying to reach the brother of Kerry, the hobgoblin from the last book. When they finally meet, he discovers that Merry is nothing like his brother Kerry and everything that Kirby finds attractive in a man. With an instant attraction, Kirby, a long-time bachelor, must figure out how to draw Merry into his world.T [...]

  • Vfields Don't touch my happy!

    Megan Derr you're killing me here!I am very taken by this series but I can't stand how short these stories are. That and that alone leave me with a sour taste in my mouth. Let me explainWe get some of Kirby's story. He's the sheriff of Midsummer. He is handling the remains from a character that died in the second book/installment. We meet the deceased's next of kin, Merry. We didn't get to know very much about Merry, WHICH IS SO DARN FRUSTRATING!While I was reading it I was jumping up & down [...]

  • Phaney

    Freakishly lovely! <3This third narrator is quite different yet again.Kirby is the most normal of them thus far (if you consider being a witch normal), and he oozes inner loneliness – the kind that results from loss and sticks to you no matter how much you are part of a social network.As usual with single POV, we don’t get that close to his love interest, but that’s okay since these stories bring the emotion across beautifully anyway. They’re strangely real, strangely relatable.This o [...]

  • Mell

    Another excellent story set in Midsummer. I particularly liked this one because it shows a wider picture of how Midsummer exists in the world and of Midsummer itself. The romance is believable and the characters unique in a way that makes you want to read more.

  • Deeze

    Another great little instalment to Midsummer town.Kirby and Merry made a fine if unconventional couple lol.No mystery with this one, just a sweet and funny look at 2 guys falling in love.On a side note, I wonder why Merry didn't have a spell for smudge free make up :P

  • Fairy / Anna

    Usually I love books by this author, but not this time. This story was about nothing and I didn't feel the connection For me, kind of disappointment.

  • Charly

    Almost no development of the romanceWarning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 4/10PROS: - I found the writing in this volume noticeably smoother than in volume 1. (I puzzled over this a bit: as far as I know, these aren’t Megan Derr’s first and third stories ever, so… perhaps a better editor this time around? Maybe she liked these characters a bit more and really took her time with their story? I don’t know.)- I was intrigued early on by little detail [...]

  • esda

    I was actually missing all what makes lovestories interesting in this story: the chemistry between the characters, standing up against the odds Nothing of that happened. The MC and his love interest meet for the first time, fall in love, and the only obstacle is, that they live "a nine hour drive" away from each other. But even that obstacle is solved pretty quickly. Then there's the abrupt ending of the story: there seems to be a "cut" in the story: one moment, they celebrate New Years Eve toge [...]

  • Jane (PS)

    A pretty staid instalment in this series. Both MCs have interesting points, but there was no hidden element or real focus to this story other than the MCs romance. Pretty straight forward and not really what I was expecting, given the prior shorts. I guess at 46pp I should not have anticipated more.Narrated by Paul Morey - 4 stars. He always does a great job.

  • b. binaohan

    Gay cops are the worst.

  • T.M. Smith

    Kirby is the town Sheriff in Midsummer, he is also a pretty talented witch. He’s been alone for a very long time, having met his true love when he was just a child, then losing him when they were teenagers in a car accident. Kirby can understand the pain of loss, so the last thing he wants to do is contact Kerry’s twin brother Merry, and tell him his twin is dead. That he died on Kirby’s watch.When Merry roll’s into town to settle his deceased brother’s affairs, Kirby is immediately sm [...]

  • Caroline Brand

    REVIEWED FOR PRISM BOOK ALLIANCE3.75 StarsWith the discovery of a murderer and his consequent death in the last book the town of Midsummer is finally settling back to normal. Well, as normal as a town can get when most of its residents are paranormal.When a stranger arrives in town looking to collect his dead brother’s belongings the sheriff, who is also a witch, is left reeling. Merry is obviously the dead man’s twin and although they look alike they are also completely different. Merry is [...]

  • LutaWolf

    What can I say, I love this series and this author. She is so very good at character depth in a few sentences. I mean in about five sentences she is able to describe a character so well that you fall in love. I truely love how all of them are somewhat flawed but yet so damn adorable. At first I was a little pissy that the series is so innocent but I just couldn't stop reading and it keeps getting more and more steamy. Can't wait to read more. I really really want more of those Whither brothers t [...]

  • Teetee

    I enjoy Megan Derr's books and I really liked the goth aspect in this one, it made me want to read more goth character themed books! BUT! I didn't care for the authors skipping around scenes, we miss some of the best moments, just so it can stay a short storyd there was a fight scene at the end that we the readers only catch the tail end of! It's out of left field! We don't know what its about or anything, one minute the two are smooching, the next scene they are post fight! Lazy writing! Still, [...]

  • Notta Chance

    I like the mcs in this story but the story line cost a star on what would have otherwise been a 4-star rating for a nice short story. It's like one of those dreams where you're going somewhere and you spend all this time rambling around and trying to get everything lined out. Then you're finally on your way but just as you should be arriving the dream shifts in a new direction so that you never actually get there.

  • JC

    This was okay, I did like Kirby and Merry but they spent too short a time around each other and their attraction toward each other didn't feel like it had as much of a solid basis as the other couples in the Midsummer books (well, except for Midsummer Baker which suffered from a similar problem.)Still, I did enjoy this series and wouldn't mind more books set in this verse.

  • Anastasia

    Dang, that was cute. Like the other stories, though, attraction/love happened immediately and there wasn't enough room to develop the relationship in any emotionally satisfying way. Also, this one didn't have the benefit of any subplot to prop up the story, which made it seem even shorter than it was.

  • Alex Mar

    I love love loved Merry! What a wonderful character, everything about him I just wanted to grab onto and hold tight, pretty much like the Sheriff did. A simple story that just made me happy reading it. Loved Kirby's weak spot for goth and cross dressing kinks, hit all the right spot but in the sweetest of ways.*sigh* I need to get my hands on the next Megan Derr story on my Kindle.

  • Lindsay

    This series is awesomeLoved this third book so funny and all the regular characters from the other books too loved it so hard.

  • Morgana

    3.75 stars

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