She's Gotta Be Mine (a sexy funny mystery/romance, Cottonmouth Book 1)

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Dumped by her husband for his former sweetheart, Roberta Jones Spivey reinvents herself. The new Bobbie Jones—new haircut, new attitude—follows him to Cottonmouth, California. The best way to show him his mistake: take up with the town bad boy, sexy Nick Angel—who’s reputed to be a serial killer. It’s going according to plan...until murder rocks Cottonmouth. Nick didn’t do it...did he? More
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About Jennifer Skully

Award-winning author Jennifer Skully is back! The author of KOD Daphne winner SHE'S GOTTA BE MINE (formerly Sex and the Serial Killer) brings you poignant tales of loss and renewal. Her books are peopled with hilarious characters that will make you laugh and make you cry. And be sure to read her classy, erotic romances written as Jasmine Haynes, Rita Finalist for SOMEBODY’S LOVER, plus two-time Holt Medallion and National Readers Choice Award winner. In 2013, she starts a sexy new series for Berkley Heat, beginning with THE NAUGHTY CORNER coming Oct 2013 and TEACH ME A LESSON in April 2014. And there will be more in the sensual West Coast series! Of course, she’s also the author of the award-winning Max Starr psychic mystery series. Visit her websites at,,, and her blog at

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Reviews of She's Gotta Be Mine (a sexy funny mystery/romance, Cottonmouth Book 1) by Jennifer Skully

Carol reviewed on July 1, 2013

A fun book with romance, mystery and comedy. The heroine's way of thinking and reactions to small town life was a hoot.
(reviewed 12 months after purchase)
candyconesa reviewed on Aug. 3, 2012

It was a bit slow in the beginning but once into the story I couldn't put it down. I loved Bobbie's character and how she reinvented herself into a daring woman who could stand on her own two feet.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Nicole Thornton reviewed on May 28, 2012

Really enjoyed this story. Well written, great characters who acted, conversed and made decisions that felt true to their personalities, and a storyline that was enjoyable to watched unfold. Also liked how the secondary characters seemed to be well developed and were interesting in their own right. And most importantly, the female lead didn't need to be saved by the man, had some gumption, could think for herself, and the thought processes in her thinking helped to explain clearly why she was attracted to whom. Made it far more believable and not just a descriptive plot device. Thank you Jennifer Skully for writing a fun, well written read and I'm very pleased I can add you to my favourite author's list.
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