Open Season byb Linda Howard

Be careful what you wish for….
On her thirty-fourth birthday, Daisy Minor decides to make over her entire life. The small-town librarian has had it with her boring clothes, her ordinary looks, and nearly a decade without so much as a date. It’s time to get a life — and a sex life. The perennial good girl, Daisy transforms herself into a party girl extraordinaire — dancing the night away at clubs, laughing and flirting with abandon — and she’s declared open season for manhunting. But her free-spirited fun turns to shattering danger when she witnesses something she shouldn’t — and becomes the target of a killer. Now, before she can meet the one man who can share her life, first she may need him to save it.
REVIEW: This is the third book by Linda Howard that I have read I have to say that she has passed the three book test that I have. Of the three books that I have read I have enjoyed all three of them, and couldn’t put them down till I was done. Lucky for me my library has a HUGE Linda Howard section.
I really enjoyed the story of Daisy, a small town girl that FINALLY decides to do something with herself. I loved how she worried how her mom and aunt would take her desire to move out, when it was all for naught, they jumped on it like white on rice. Then you add in the town sherriff that just bugs Daisy, who knew that he would end up being the best thing that ever happened to her.
I give this one a 4.5 out 5

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