Wanted: An Honest Man by Cricket Rohman

  • File Size:?873 KB
  • Print Length:?355 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage:?Unlimited
  • Publication Date:?June 1, 2016
  • Sold by:?Amazon.com Services LLC
  • Language:?English


With a little mystery, a little romance, and shocking twists and turns, WANTED: AN HONEST MAN captures Lindsey Lark?s search for balance between her love life and her teaching career.

She is a fighter and a positive thinker, but when the man of her dreams betrays her, she struggles, unaware there is far more to her heartbreaking situation than meets the eye. A baffling?mistaken-identity?issue arises.

Strange phone calls begin to haunt her. A stalker, perhaps? Although she doesn?t want to be alone, she isn?t ready to go looking for new love, but men find her anyway in this?friends-to-lovers?series. Lindsey is grateful to have Wendell, her 180-pound mastiff, close by.

A handsome college student involved in some tricky human research gets into trouble in more ways than one. His inherent propensity to play detective, though helpful at times, seems to attract Murphy and his darned Law far too often ? and now his eyes are on Lindsey. Will his heart follow?

Come along with Lindsey as life leads her to the Grand Canyon, North Dakota, and the Zuni Mountains, where she stumbles upon adventure, danger, and love.

Charming ? unexpected ? emotionally charged!
— Amylynn Bright, author of Finish What We Started

Ms. Rohman?s entertaining novel, WANTED: AN HONEST MAN, has all the hallmarks of a bestseller including a cast of inspired characters that bring real-world authenticity to her tale.
— BookViral

Reading the first chapter of Wanted: An Honest Man I couldn’t help but be reminded of the scene in Sliding Doors when Gwyneth Paltrow comes home to find her man with another woman. It’s a really powerful scene and Cricket Rohman captures the same sense of sickening hurt. I have to say the writing is superb in this highly enjoyable Mystery Romance.
— Avid Reader

For the most part, this is a clean romantic book that includes mystery and adventure, although there was some sex and a few swear words. I loved how Lindsey handled the troubling issues with a few of her students as well as the delightful holiday show she put on with kids. This book was fun and seemed so real. I gave it 5 stars for entertaining me and making me want to read the next book. — Diana?s Book Reviews

I only give a book five stars when it completely captivates me. This caught me on so many levels, and I could not put it down. I enjoyed the details about teaching kindergartners, the lively characters, and loved Wendell the dog. I bought the next two books in the series.