Unraveling the Past

Unraveling the Past How do you work for a guy who took the job you wanted Every time Captain Layne Sullivan runs into Chief Ross Taylor she struggles with that issue It doesn t help that he s a by the book cop who expec

  • Title: Unraveling the Past
  • Author: Beth Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780373717828
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • How do you work for a guy who took the job you wanted Every time Captain Layne Sullivan runs into Chief Ross Taylor, she struggles with that issue It doesn t help that he s a by the book cop who expects everything done his way It also doesn t help that he s hot Ignoring that little fact is impossible she s tried Then Layne s world is turned upside down when human remaHow do you work for a guy who took the job you wanted Every time Captain Layne Sullivan runs into Chief Ross Taylor, she struggles with that issue It doesn t help that he s a by the book cop who expects everything done his way It also doesn t help that he s hot Ignoring that little fact is impossible she s tried Then Layne s world is turned upside down when human remains are discoveredd the case has a personal connection Suddenly she s glad Ross is so thorough, because he ll get to the truth And his search brings them closer, fueling the attraction that s out of control As secrets and lies from the past surface, Layne s biggest challenge is fighting for a future with Ross in it.

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    About "Beth Andrews"

    1. Beth Andrews

      Romance Writers of America RITA Award Winner Beth Andrews spends her time writing contemporary romance for Harlequin Superromance, sending checks to pay for her kids college tuition and composing texts that end up on her children s twitter feeds She loves coffee, hockey and happy endings.

    928 thoughts on “Unraveling the Past”

    1. Good story, investigative procedure unravelingI really enjoyed the book, main characters for the most part were well written, especially the female h and teenager. As the mother of four daughters, ranging from [finally] 20 to 30, all very stubborn and "too smart for their own good, " I laughed at the antics, attitude and feelings of the teenager, Jess. I also felt her pain with a less than compassionate guardian who appeared to be more concerned about his career than her, or other people. That's [...]

    2. Originally posted at Romance Around the CornerI have read and enjoyed most of Ms. Andrews’ books, so when I saw this one on NetGalley I was pleasantly surprised and didn’t hesitate to request it.Ross Taylor is the new Chief of Police in a small town. He got the job over one of the locals, Captain Layne Sullivan. She isn’t happy than a hot-shot city detective took the position she was aiming for, so their relationship is quite strained. But Ross has enough to worry as it is, because the rea [...]

    3. ~* 3.5 Stars *~Many Nice ElementsIt's bad enough Captain Layne Sullivan didn't get the Chief of Police job she thought she deserved, now she's forced to work for the by-the-book Chief Ross Taylor, town new guy and general bane of her existence. When human remains are found in the woods near the site of a teen hangout, though, Layne's issues with Taylor start to lose their significance in the shadow of her growing concern. And panic.Layne thinks she may know the identity of the person whose remai [...]

    4. I found Unraveling the Past to be a bit ambitious. It has a romance at the center of the story, but the focus is stretched thin as Andrews also incorporates a cold case murder mystery connected to the Sullivan family. Along with the mystery and developing romance, there is a storyline about the hero's teenage niece. Jess has some serious mommy issues that parallel Layne's. Issues having to do with abandonment and neglect that lead both characters to doubt or not accept love when it is freely giv [...]

    5. 4 STARS Jessica Taylor is 15 year old troubled teen who sleeps around gets drunk. Sneaks out of her Uncle's house. She wants to be wanted not just used. She ran into the woods after Nate had sex and started to walk away like she did not matter and the other kids back by the fire were calling her names. Her Uncle and Nate and another cop find her. Her Uncle police chief Ross Taylor the new guy in town. Assistant Chief Sullivan who thought she should have been hired to Chief of Police. While Jessi [...]

    6. Ross Taylor is already dealing with problems on the job and at home. The whole Mystic Point Police Department looks on him as an outsider who stole the job of chief that should have been Layne Sullivan’s. His reason for taking the job in Mystic Point was to move his teenage niece away from the bad influences of her life in Boston, but she’s angry, rebellious, and giving him more trouble than he can keep track of. As if he didn’t have enough to keep him awake, now there’s an unidentified [...]

    7. Author: Beth AndrewsPublished By: HarlequinAge Recommended: AdultReviewed By: Arlena DeanRating: 4Book Blog For: GMTAReview:"Unraveling the Past" by Beth Andrews was a wonderful romance novel. This novel is the first in a series of threefeaturing 'The Sullivan's.' This novel was of Layne Sullivan's dysfunctional that had mysterious secretsat was a family story. Layne was the oldest of three sisterswho had cared for her younger sisters since their mother had left(eighteen years ago) she was loyal [...]

    8. I really enjoyed reading this book! This is the first book in a three book series and each book is going to feature one of the three Sullivan sisters and the truth of their mother's disappearance. This is Layne's story, well Layne & Ross because this is a romance after all. Let me just say that I just loved Layne's character! Being the oldest of the three Sullivan sisters, she has always taken it upon herself to take care of her sisters, whether they wanted her to or not. She is fiercely loy [...]

    9. Good book. Layne is having a real problem working with Ross. She really wanted the Chief's job, but he had gotten it instead. Ross is new to town and doesn't know all the people and their backgrounds the way she does, but he is very good at what he does. When Layne's mom's remains are found, she finds herself working very closely with Ross and fighting an attraction to him. Ross came to Mystic Point to get his niece out of Boston and try to give her a fresh start. What he finds is that she appea [...]

    10. "A debriefing?" Sullivan asked as if Ross had told her to bring a bikini, a case of whipped cream and her handcuffs and meet him at a motel.The happy couple.Layne is a small-town cop with a dysfunctional family. Ross a former big-city cop turned small-town police chief with a dysfunctional family.The setting.The predictable small town full of dysfunctional families and mysterious secrets.The storytelling.Good writing with some great snarky dialogue, but the sequel-bait family stuff pushed the he [...]

    11. Full of really well written characters, that are easy to like and connect with, Unraveling the Past is definitely a great read.The attraction between Ross and Layne is hard to miss, its full of tension, snarky banter, and sexual zing.I love a good 'I'm fighting my attraction to you but' book.As with all great Super Romance's from Harlequin, there is also a really great story/mystery going on around the characters and plenty of family dynamics throwing surprises into the ring at every turn. The a [...]

    12. Beth Andrews has yet to disappoint me. Her books, as far as I read, have no billionaires, CEOs or heroes behaving like alpha-holes. Her books are about regular people, dealing with some real life issues. This particular series has a murder mystery which I hope gets solved by the third book. The three Sullivan sisters are the main characters. This book is about Layne, the oldest of the Sullivan sisters and Ross, Chief of the Police force. Both control freaks, both with a heart of gold. That the ' [...]

    13. The writing is excellent and the characters are quite interesting but after staying up until 1am to finish this book I was left completely baffled. Other than the romance (which was very sweet but short changed and rushed to conclusion) not one thing was resolved. I guess that's ok but I didn't realize just how open ended it would be or even that this was a series when I started.There are several plot threads going on at the same time besides the romance for the main couple Layne and Ross. As I [...]

    14. Great story, great start to this series, and fabulous supporting cast.This confirms for me that Ms. Andrews has really hit her stride--very likeable heroine and hero with some painful issues in their lives. They're able to connect in a realistic way, and we're brought to a satisfying conclusion. Looking forward to catching up with the rest of the series!

    15. This was an awesome book! Couldn't put it down and it set itself up nicely for future books. Well worth the read

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