Coy Trick (A Palouse County Romance #2)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Coming off a recent divorce, Eric Hyer-Masterson tries to find his muse as he prepares to ride out a bitter Palouse winter in peace and quiet.

Too bad his former lover isn't ready to let him go just yet.
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About Lia Cooper

Lia Cooper is a twentysomething native of the Pacific Northwest, a voracious reader and an enthusiastic writer. She wrote her first short story when she was seven. THE DUALITY PARADIGM is her first published full length novel.

She enjoys binge watching shows on Netflix, all-but-living in her local coffee shop, and drinking americanos. Lia cheers for the Chicago Blackhawks, rereads Pride & Prejudice every year, and is still bitterly disappointed over the cancellation of Stargate Atlantis (shhh).

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Reviews of Coy Trick (A Palouse County Romance #2) by Lia Cooper

Drag0nStar reviewed on Nov. 24, 2021

Eric got caught by his wife with a lover. Divorce soon followed Eric moved to Belleview and rented a small home. Eric was an author and needed to finish his book. Weird things started happening after he moved into the house. Some animal would leave carcass’ on his porch and he would hear howling during the night. On Eric’s walk to the grocery he discovered Kanes Coffee owned by Jordan Kane. While enjoying a cup of coffee who walks in but Coy the lover he was caught with by his ex-wife. You need to read the story to see what happens.
(reviewed 12 months after purchase) reviewed on Nov. 7, 2021

I read this one right after Cold Press (A Palouse County Romance #1), and expected it to be the same kind of realistic and heart-warming story. I was surprised to find a bit of supernatural in it (I didn't read the tags...), and since I just finished the first book in the serie, I had some trouble with it. I find the characters a little less likeable too, especially when they interact with Avery and Jordan.
It's nonetheless a good story, and like the first one there's no tension, no drama, so it's the kind of book I can read to relax.
(reviewed 34 days after purchase)
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