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Injured Parole Officer Jeremiah “Jim” Borden never expected Calista Barlow, the sassy blonde waitress he’s craved for months, to ring his doorbell. She slips into his heart—and his bed—but he’s obsessed with a gangland investigation that threatens his career and maybe even his life. Calista doesn’t trust easily, not with a daughter to protect and the stalker who keeps calli Injured Parole Officer Jeremiah “Jim” Borden never expected Calista Barlow, the sassy blonde waitress he’s craved for months, to ring his doorbell. She slips into his heart—and his bed—but he’s obsessed with a gangland investigation that threatens his career and maybe even his life. Calista doesn’t trust easily, not with a daughter to protect and the stalker who keeps calling her. After her violent ex-boyfriend returns, she finds solace in Jim’s arms. Jim may have to forego his need for answers to protect the ready-made family he adores, but how will he and Calista escape an unseen enemy that is always one step ahead of them?


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Injured Parole Officer Jeremiah “Jim” Borden never expected Calista Barlow, the sassy blonde waitress he’s craved for months, to ring his doorbell. She slips into his heart—and his bed—but he’s obsessed with a gangland investigation that threatens his career and maybe even his life. Calista doesn’t trust easily, not with a daughter to protect and the stalker who keeps calli Injured Parole Officer Jeremiah “Jim” Borden never expected Calista Barlow, the sassy blonde waitress he’s craved for months, to ring his doorbell. She slips into his heart—and his bed—but he’s obsessed with a gangland investigation that threatens his career and maybe even his life. Calista doesn’t trust easily, not with a daughter to protect and the stalker who keeps calling her. After her violent ex-boyfriend returns, she finds solace in Jim’s arms. Jim may have to forego his need for answers to protect the ready-made family he adores, but how will he and Calista escape an unseen enemy that is always one step ahead of them?

34 review for Arresting Jeremiah (Arresting Onyx, #2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Teri

    Jeremiah has issues. I mean the guy is carrying around so much it's really messing with his head but try as he might it can't come between him and the woman who has stolen his heart. He hasn't kissed or even had a date but he knows she is his all. In a perfect world he would have all the time and fun in the world building a relationship with her but of course slow and easy isn't in the cards. There's plenty of action and yup a few bad guys and not all of it is his fault. His secrets seem to over Jeremiah has issues. I mean the guy is carrying around so much it's really messing with his head but try as he might it can't come between him and the woman who has stolen his heart. He hasn't kissed or even had a date but he knows she is his all. In a perfect world he would have all the time and fun in the world building a relationship with her but of course slow and easy isn't in the cards. There's plenty of action and yup a few bad guys and not all of it is his fault. His secrets seem to overlap with hers as does the action and chaos coupled with or incited by jealousy and lies. Getting through alive is one thing surviving the lies and secrets between them is another. This author gives us plenty of reasons to make it through to the end of the read including bringing back some old friends. It's good suspense with some steamy time going on with plenty of bruises for Jeremiah along the way.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Heare Watts

    FROM THIS MOMENT ON, WE’RE A TEAM The second story in the Arresting Onyx series was another page-turning tale with plenty of twists and turns. The story is an emotional roller coaster ride of the good, the bad, and the ugly. There is an excellent cast of characters, plenty of secrets, angst, anger, and new beginnings. No good deed goes unpunished, but maybe there is a level of redemption. Patrol Officer Jeremiah “Jim” Borden, brother to Mia, has his arm is in a cast, and he is placed on administra FROM THIS MOMENT ON, WE’RE A TEAM The second story in the Arresting Onyx series was another page-turning tale with plenty of twists and turns. The story is an emotional roller coaster ride of the good, the bad, and the ugly. There is an excellent cast of characters, plenty of secrets, angst, anger, and new beginnings. No good deed goes unpunished, but maybe there is a level of redemption. Patrol Officer Jeremiah “Jim” Borden, brother to Mia, has his arm is in a cast, and he is placed on administrative leave. One of the locations that he would meet with his parolees was at a greasy spoon diner. It is at that diner that he meets Calista Barlow. What a shock when she shows up at his door with a casserole. Calista Barlow is a single mother working at a run-down greasy spoon diner. She needs a place that will work with the school hours for her daughter. She doesn’t like the owner but has made some friends at work—real friends that are there for her. The plot will have Calista making the first move with Jeremiah. She will start with a casserole and even ask him out. When it comes to her daughter, Lacey, she is protective of her. It has been some time since she has been in a relationship, and she has the hots for Jeremiah and makes the first move. While he has thought about her, with his work line, he worries about the danger—but maybe it’s time to live life to the fullest. “Stop worrying about the ‘worst-case scenario.’ Live your life, son. You only get one.” These two have flirted with one another for a year, but wow, they sizzle off the pages when they actually get together. Jim doesn’t think he is good enough for her, but she believes he is. While they are both strong people, they each battle their own insecurities. For a change, they have someone in their corner who is willing to fight for them and the future. Cali: “I feel so lost.” Jim: “I’ve felt that way for a while too. Let’s be lost together. Maybe we can find each other. Move-in with me. Just for a while.” “Though he wanted more than anything to share his life and his roof with Calista, the reality of loving her came at a price. The Riegers.” The story is full of secrets, the past, life and death issues, trouble from a stalker, an ex-boyfriend, and problems moving forward. The past and present will collide, and secrets will be revealed. Shocking news that must be kept secret will all play a role in this tale. Wealth, drugs, criminal activity are all part of this tale of danger and suspense. The chemistry between Jeremiah and Calista is electric and sizzles off the pages when they get together. The passionate scenes between them are erotic and explicit. While this story does not end on a cliff-hanger, it isn’t the end of the Onyx series. I look forward to seeing what happens next.

  3. 5 out of 5

    K.A. Raines

    I hadn't read the first book in Amber Daulton's Arresting Onyx series, but this second novel, "Arresting Jeremiah" is a standalone, and there is a brief recap within the text that makes reading the previous one largely unnecessary to fall into this story. Firstly, I would like to say that I enjoyed the author's writing style, which was clean yet sophisticated and free of grammatical errors. The story itself was interesting and had a plot involving familial scandal and drug lords, and I was impres I hadn't read the first book in Amber Daulton's Arresting Onyx series, but this second novel, "Arresting Jeremiah" is a standalone, and there is a brief recap within the text that makes reading the previous one largely unnecessary to fall into this story. Firstly, I would like to say that I enjoyed the author's writing style, which was clean yet sophisticated and free of grammatical errors. The story itself was interesting and had a plot involving familial scandal and drug lords, and I was impressed by the amount of detail and research that must have gone into writing it. The characters themselves were relatable. As a single mother myself, I emphasized with Callista, although I have to say I've never attracted the sheer number of perverts, stalkers, and crazy exes that she does lol. I liked Jim, as I enjoy gruff, over-protective men, but there was a part of me that thought it might be interesting had Callista ended up with their drug lord-turned ally, Bristol. (I sorta have a thing for bad boys turning good, but I digress). At any rate, I enjoyed the story as-is. There was a nice balance of plot, action, sexy times, and character development to keep a reader coming back. I would recommend this for readers of romance who love some plot to go with their romance and sexy times!

  4. 4 out of 5

    C.B. Clark

    I loved the first book in this series, Arresting Mason, and I was not disappointed with Arresting Jeremiah. The author’s skill at crafting authentic dialogue is commendable. The story checks all the point of a great tale—steamy love scenes, lots of action, realistic bad guys, and a fulfilling love story. Once I read the first page, I couldn’t put the book down. I was disappointed when the story ended. Well done, Ms. Daulton

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn Barr

    Arresting Jeremiah by Amber Daulton is a fast-paced, action-packed romantic suspense novel. This novel brings the heat in all the best ways from the gun battles to the hot romance. I was on the edge of my seat as the bad guys multiplied with every chapter. He’s hunted. She’s hunted. The noose around them gets tighter and tighter until…I won’t ruin it. Despite being a sequel and reading the first book after reading Arresting Jeremiah (which I was given an advanced review copy to leave an honest r Arresting Jeremiah by Amber Daulton is a fast-paced, action-packed romantic suspense novel. This novel brings the heat in all the best ways from the gun battles to the hot romance. I was on the edge of my seat as the bad guys multiplied with every chapter. He’s hunted. She’s hunted. The noose around them gets tighter and tighter until…I won’t ruin it. Despite being a sequel and reading the first book after reading Arresting Jeremiah (which I was given an advanced review copy to leave an honest review), I was able to not only follow along but get engrossed in the story. I wasn’t lacking for background and Daulton weaves in the backstory so cleverly, I didn’t feel the info-dumping that happens in second books. I loved how she started the story without the boy-meets-girl cliché so the reader could jump into the action. Our heroine is Calista is a single mother and waitress at a greasy spoon. She and Jeremiah have been flirting for a year. What I love about this book is Calista’s daughter Lacey is more than a plot device. Lacey is a three-dimensional character and an active voice in Calista’s new relationship. Calista’s enemies come from her childhood, living just outside the rich and famous of Aspen, Colorado. Even though she has offers of help from a powerful family, she is determined to find her own way. She is strong in every scene and consistently shows her courage. If there is a fight scene, she jumps in to defend her man. If there is an expense outside of her budget, she makes adjustments to solve her problems. Want an independent heroine? Look no further. But is the hero swoon-worthy? Jeremiah is a parole officer who we came to love in Arresting Mason. Our buff hero has a broken arm throughout the novel but that doesn’t stop him from working, fighting, and ah-hem...showing affection to Calista. Jeremiah’s healing time after each fight scene is masterfully done with completely accurate aches, pains, and groans. The best part is the bad guys do not wait for him to be back to 100%. It adds to the drama that Jeremiah cannot save the day because he is still smarting from the last time he was the hero. The number of problems increases exponentially as his relationship gets more serious leading him to ask: who is the target – Caiista or himself? Street smart and experienced, Jeremiah brings the pieces together in a realistic investigation. Overall, this book brought me back to some of my favorite TV shows like The Shield. Jeremiah is a gray character that you want to win. There are so many plot twists that Daulton wastes no pages and keep the reader on the edge of their seat. This book is hot with heart and I can’t wait until the third installment comes out.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Randy Overbeck

    High Octane Romance and Suspense If you’re looking for fun read with a pair of protagonists who are in really hot water—both romantically and plot wise—I have a great suggestion for you. Amber Daulton’s new release, Arresting Jeremiah, the second entry in her Arresting Onyx series, is saucy romantic suspense novel about two people with enough baggage to fill an attic. Jeremiah is a down-on-his-luck parole officer who, despite his considerable rehabilitation among his felons, is in trouble with hi High Octane Romance and Suspense If you’re looking for fun read with a pair of protagonists who are in really hot water—both romantically and plot wise—I have a great suggestion for you. Amber Daulton’s new release, Arresting Jeremiah, the second entry in her Arresting Onyx series, is saucy romantic suspense novel about two people with enough baggage to fill an attic. Jeremiah is a down-on-his-luck parole officer who, despite his considerable rehabilitation among his felons, is in trouble with his higher ups. He’s even been suspended. But he has greater problems, like trying to find out who in the department is selling info to the gangs and besides, he’s having to keep a deadly secret. Calista, the other half of this pair, has a life that’s not much better. Besides working at a dead end job at some grimy diner for a vindictive manager, she’s trying to deal with menacing calls from some stalker and has to worry about her psychotic ex-boyfriend returning. And Calista has to protect her daughter Amber, the bright spot in her life and one of the best touches of the narrative. These two find each other—at the diner, of course—and, after flirting too long, they finally act on their shared desires. Because of their past mistakes and bruised personalities, they have quite a time learning to trust each, but in the end realize they need the other’s help to make it through. The romance and sex is intense, beautiful and loving and the suspense is almost as hot. Between their shared problems, they have to confront gang members, stop a kidnapping, fight the psychotic boyfriend, even having to dodge bullets. The climax brings a surprising, but satisfying resolution to at least most of their problems and the denouement chapter was right on. The story is set in Denver, Colorado, a city with its own beauty, grandeur and culture, and I would have liked to get more of the feeling of this great setting, but that’s me. If you’re searching for a read of high octane romantic suspense—with a delightful emphasis on the romance—you should check out Arresting Jeremiah by Amber Daulton. You’ll not likely be disappointed.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Bianca White

    Jeremiah “Jim” Borden, is a gruff, no nonsense parole officer with a crush on hot waitress and single parent, Callista Barlow. From the opening chapter it’s impossible not to cheer these two on to get together. They’ve been crushing on each other for a while but neither are willing to take the next step at first. Callista is wary following previous toxic relationships, and she naturally wants to protect her daughter. Not to mention she’s got problems of her own in the form of a creepy stalker. Wh Jeremiah “Jim” Borden, is a gruff, no nonsense parole officer with a crush on hot waitress and single parent, Callista Barlow. From the opening chapter it’s impossible not to cheer these two on to get together. They’ve been crushing on each other for a while but neither are willing to take the next step at first. Callista is wary following previous toxic relationships, and she naturally wants to protect her daughter. Not to mention she’s got problems of her own in the form of a creepy stalker. When Jim’s injured, Callista decides to take the first step. But Jim gets embroiled in a gangland investigation and is put on suspension. Can their budding relationship survive amidst the threats to Jim’s career and both their lives? The characters are each strong and determined, and it’s clear from the start that they are perfect for each other. Callista faces the trials of the single parent, providing for, and protecting their child, alone. She’s not some damsel in need of rescue, she’s dealt with some hard trials in her life and refuses to let them beat her. I could not help but get behind her and cheer her on as she faced her fears and took a chance on Jim, who’s fiercely protective, yet not arrogant or domineering. The writer’s style flows so well and allows the reader to get inside the character’s heads, experiencing the action as they do, and there’s lots of it to keep the pages turning. There’s also plenty of heat and the sex is nice and steamy. It’s really nice to see a strong hero and heroine who get together and accept that people are never perfect, that relationships need work, but are worth it in the end. This is the second book in the series but can be read as a stand alone. I’m mentioned in the acknowledgements because I beta read this book, but don’t roll your eyes! This is a well-written story with some great characters, plus a nice dose of action and spicy scenes in the mix. Don’t take my word for it. If you like romantic suspense then you should really give this author a go.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gsd1985

    Having loved the novel, Arresting Mason, I was thrilled to learn that there was a 2nd story. In book 2 of the Arresting Onyx series, Jeremiah (Jim) Borden, the parole officer from the 1st story gets the focus. Jim investigates Capularia, a part of the powerful crime syndicate known as Onyx. Jim now has to contend with Bristol Rieger, one hell of a villain, while also trying to come to grips with what happened to his sister Mia, and her boyfriend, Mason Harding in book 1. When his dream girl, Cal Having loved the novel, Arresting Mason, I was thrilled to learn that there was a 2nd story. In book 2 of the Arresting Onyx series, Jeremiah (Jim) Borden, the parole officer from the 1st story gets the focus. Jim investigates Capularia, a part of the powerful crime syndicate known as Onyx. Jim now has to contend with Bristol Rieger, one hell of a villain, while also trying to come to grips with what happened to his sister Mia, and her boyfriend, Mason Harding in book 1. When his dream girl, Calista Barlow, pursues him, Jim also has to balance his investigation with his feelings for her. Even though Jim is desperate to be with her, he doesn’t want to endanger Calista’s life or the life of her daughter, Lacey. One of the great things about the story though is that Calista is a strong female character who knows what she wants. She works at a diner, is a single mom, and still has the confidence and courage to pursue Jim despite the danger of his job. Jim wants to protect Calista but she wants him too, and she will not be denied. She's also connected to Rieger, so this amps up the danger for both of them. Through all of the intrigue, the electricity between Jim and Cali becomes impossible to ignore and the story culminates in an exciting conclusion. I don’t typically read romance novels but this, combined with book 1, is turning out to be one amazing series and I hope to read more. For romantic suspense fans, this story has everything you could want. Miss Daulton writes complex characters and masterfully balances them with a suspenseful plot. Arresting Jeremiah includes everything: drama, violence, murder, betrayal and some very hot sex scenes. Highly recommended for romantic suspense fans and anyone who wants to go on a sexy adventure. Though it’s best to read Arresting Mason first, this follow-up stands on its own and is a fast-paced read that you’ll be able to pick up even if you haven’t read that first book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Team

    This high-octane thriller provides a real roller-coaster ride and I couldn't wait to come back and find out what happened next anytime I stepped away. The story is expertly executed and impeccably edited. Amber Daulton knows how to grab a reader's attention and keep them hooked. I was compelled by the Onyx crime syndicate. The characters are never sure who they could trust because the danger is coming at them from all sides and even the people who are supposed to be on their side have ties to th This high-octane thriller provides a real roller-coaster ride and I couldn't wait to come back and find out what happened next anytime I stepped away. The story is expertly executed and impeccably edited. Amber Daulton knows how to grab a reader's attention and keep them hooked. I was compelled by the Onyx crime syndicate. The characters are never sure who they could trust because the danger is coming at them from all sides and even the people who are supposed to be on their side have ties to the seedy underworld. The crime drama was my favorite aspect of the book. I love immersive, intricate mysteries, and gritty detective stories. The erotic aspects of the book were well-constructed, but not entirely to my tastes. The male characters are macho and overbearing. Jeremiah is a good person but very controlling. Calista's ex-boyfriend is a brutal sadist. Although there are no explicit sexual assaults depicted, his sexualized abuse of Calista could be traumatic for those with a history of sexual assault to read. I dislike diet talk and female characters obsessively ruminating on their perceived physical flaws, which Calista does a fair bit. While women tend to believe that we are supposed to talk ad nauseum about how horrible our fat is and how many calories we are ingesting, I don't enjoy reading about it. As someone who tried to hate myself thin for 33 years before realizing that there were more important things in life, and who will struggle with my abusive life partner ED (stands for Eating Disorder) to my dying day, I find that all too many romance novels include these sorts of scenes, and they leave a bad taste in my mouth. Overall, I wholeheartedly recommend Arresting Jeremiah to readers who enjoy a gritty, in-your-face, roller-coaster ride with some steamy erotic moments thrown in. I was sorry when the story was done and would gladly read more of the Arresting Onyx series.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lydia Guleva

    I think the main reason it's 4* instead of 5* is me being a picky reader. I have a very specific preference for voice and this book didn't quite hit the sweet spot. There were a couple of other things that fell just a little short of 5* for me. Criminals. There was only one scene that it happened in, but the way the lower rank criminals were talking didn't ring true to me. I'm mostly familiar with the slang used in New York and Pennsylvania, so it might be different. Another part that didn't conn I think the main reason it's 4* instead of 5* is me being a picky reader. I have a very specific preference for voice and this book didn't quite hit the sweet spot. There were a couple of other things that fell just a little short of 5* for me. Criminals. There was only one scene that it happened in, but the way the lower rank criminals were talking didn't ring true to me. I'm mostly familiar with the slang used in New York and Pennsylvania, so it might be different. Another part that didn't connect was how quickly Jim got into the father role. He can be great with Lacey and genuinely care about her, but I think he'd need a little more time to fully embrace his inner dad. As far as I can tell from the book, there's only one occurrence when he interacted with Lacey for any length of time before he started dating Calista. With Calista he had what, a year? of talking, giving him time to slowly develop feelings for her. He didn't have the same with her daughter. Now, for the things that worked well for me. Side characters were three dimensional. By the time I got toward the end of the book, I was thinking "What if Calista ended up with Bristol?" and "I want to see Bristol's story." His character was so intriguing. Red herrings worked for me as well. I fell for at least one of them. There's so much going on that it's easy to assume something is related to an entirely different person, but it all makes sense in the end and fits into each character's motivations. Which brings me to the final point, it doesn't drag on. The length of the book is the way it is because that's how much story is in it. No page after page of description, no unnecessary backstory that doesn't lead to anything. That's how I like it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laura Strickland

    Calista Barlow’s life isn’t easy. A single mom, she’s working as a waitress in a dead-end diner, even though her true dream is to become a pastry chef. She has the talent, just not the opportunities. To top it off, she’s been getting obscene phone calls, and her daughter’s father is a violent criminal who likes to turn up unexpectedly, and knock Calista around. For months, she’s been getting hot and bothered by one of her patrons at the diner, Parole Officer Jeremiah Borden. He wants her too, but Calista Barlow’s life isn’t easy. A single mom, she’s working as a waitress in a dead-end diner, even though her true dream is to become a pastry chef. She has the talent, just not the opportunities. To top it off, she’s been getting obscene phone calls, and her daughter’s father is a violent criminal who likes to turn up unexpectedly, and knock Calista around. For months, she’s been getting hot and bothered by one of her patrons at the diner, Parole Officer Jeremiah Borden. He wants her too, but neither of them has made a move, till now. What should be a positive for Calista boomerangs into more trouble, because Jeremiah’s involved in an ongoing and dangerous gangland investigation. While they share a bed, they also share each other’s trouble. And in this case, trouble shared is trouble doubled! This was a quick-moving and exciting read that really kept me guessing. You never know which way the plot is going to twist on this one, or what’s going to crop up next. The sex is pretty hot, and I honestly couldn’t identify the “bad guys”, or tell how it would all work out—which is what I want in a Romantic Suspense. The characters are easy to like, probably because they’re not perfect. Jeremiah’s macho temper, for instance, had me gritting my teeth a few times. Even though this is the second book in the Arresting Onyx series, it stands alone, so it’s easy to pick up on the threads from the first book, even if you haven’t read it. If you love Romantic Suspense with a flash of heat, this one’s for you.

  12. 4 out of 5

    patrick Lorelli

    I was given an arc for an honest review. Here is the second book “Arresting Jeremiah” Jeremiah is a parole officer and we met him a little from the first book. Here he gets injured at the opening of the book. While not working or not supposed to be he still goes into the grease spoon dinner. There he sees his favorite waitress Calista. The description of her and of the dinner gives you a good backdrop for the story and the beginning of the issues these two people have. When she shows up at his h I was given an arc for an honest review. Here is the second book “Arresting Jeremiah” Jeremiah is a parole officer and we met him a little from the first book. Here he gets injured at the opening of the book. While not working or not supposed to be he still goes into the grease spoon dinner. There he sees his favorite waitress Calista. The description of her and of the dinner gives you a good backdrop for the story and the beginning of the issues these two people have. When she shows up at his home with a casserole, he is first at guard almost to the point of sending her away just by his actions. He does let her in and slowly you get a look into both of these people. For me, the story is really about the two of them and her daughter. Yes, I know it picks up from the last book when you get into it and you do get to see Masson and Jeremiah’s sister, but really it is the trustor lack of that each has in people that keep you going wondering when they are going to trust each other and like always the guy screws it up with his own issues and over protectiveness that is not warranted. I liked the story and the characters, for the most had a good flow and I was able to read it in one sitting, as I wrote in the beginning, I received an ARC from the author for an honest review I this helps all who want to read this good story. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bradley Wright

    This book is a wild ride. The two main characters come across as three-dimensional and believable. They really jump off the page. I felt drawn into their world and invested in their struggles, hopes, and dreams. The supporting cast is also lively. The villains are super evil and reprehensible but are allowed to have their own complex motivations. The writing is strong and immediate with plenty of sensory detail. Quick transitions keep the plot moving steadily ahead, weaving multiple accessory pl This book is a wild ride. The two main characters come across as three-dimensional and believable. They really jump off the page. I felt drawn into their world and invested in their struggles, hopes, and dreams. The supporting cast is also lively. The villains are super evil and reprehensible but are allowed to have their own complex motivations. The writing is strong and immediate with plenty of sensory detail. Quick transitions keep the plot moving steadily ahead, weaving multiple accessory plot threads together into a whole that hangs together and never fails to entertain. I enjoyed the blending of genres: thriller and mystery with romance at its core. I was rooting for Jeremiah and Calista and Calista's daughter Lacey. It's an action packed and unpredictable adventure that will keep you turning the pages but still manages to take time for small observations and quiet moments. Overall, this book is a great read and highly recommended.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Stella Phillips

    “You become like the five people you spend the most time with. Choose carefully.” Jim Rohn Jerimiah is an honorable man, a dedicated parole officer determined to make a difference in the world by helping parolees succeed after prison. But at what point does surrounding yourself with criminals change you and what’s the next step when you want your life to be different? Arresting Jerimiah is a passionate romance between two people caught in a web created by youthful choices on Calista’s part and f “You become like the five people you spend the most time with. Choose carefully.” Jim Rohn Jerimiah is an honorable man, a dedicated parole officer determined to make a difference in the world by helping parolees succeed after prison. But at what point does surrounding yourself with criminals change you and what’s the next step when you want your life to be different? Arresting Jerimiah is a passionate romance between two people caught in a web created by youthful choices on Calista’s part and family expectations on Jerimiah’s. The story is rife with twists and turns and the true villain difficult to identify which kept me turning the pages. Jerimiah’s conundrum left me thinking long after I turned the last page.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tena Stetler

    Jeremiah is a man with a plan that gets him into all kinds of trouble. One look at Calista and he knows she’s the one. When he discovers that she and her family have ties to the drug lord he’s marked for revenge, puts a wrench in his plans. Psssst… the romance sizzles right of the page. Yummy! How does the enemy stay one step ahead of him? It’s a delicious twist I’ll let you read the book to find out. A mixture of romance and thriller the book kept me turning pages until the end. At first, I was Jeremiah is a man with a plan that gets him into all kinds of trouble. One look at Calista and he knows she’s the one. When he discovers that she and her family have ties to the drug lord he’s marked for revenge, puts a wrench in his plans. Psssst… the romance sizzles right of the page. Yummy! How does the enemy stay one step ahead of him? It’s a delicious twist I’ll let you read the book to find out. A mixture of romance and thriller the book kept me turning pages until the end. At first, I was a bit confused about the events of Morgan and his squeeze, Mia, referred to in the book. My fault, I hadn’t read the first book. But the author sprinkled enough information about the situation understanding ensued. I enjoyed this book and its intriguing characters.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Susan Furlong

    SIZZLING! Amber Daulton’s book, Arresting Jeremiah, sizzles from page one to the end. The main characters, Calista and Jeremiah (Jim), find it hard to suppress the electricity between them, and in many instances, they don’t. Be prepared for some uninhibited love scenes! The two of them also find themselves entangled with a vicious, but well camouflaged drug cartel. Throw in a couple of Jim’s disturbed and dangerous parolees, and the twists, turns, and surprises will make your heart race. Calista SIZZLING! Amber Daulton’s book, Arresting Jeremiah, sizzles from page one to the end. The main characters, Calista and Jeremiah (Jim), find it hard to suppress the electricity between them, and in many instances, they don’t. Be prepared for some uninhibited love scenes! The two of them also find themselves entangled with a vicious, but well camouflaged drug cartel. Throw in a couple of Jim’s disturbed and dangerous parolees, and the twists, turns, and surprises will make your heart race. Calista is a strong protagonist, and Jim is the hero who stands in partnership with the woman he loves. Enjoy the adventure!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Goldberg

    Read what the characters wrote! Love it, so well done. Haven't read the book yet, looking forward to it. Meanwhile, the author, Amber Daulton, is doing a book tour and giveaway. Check here for details to enter: https://www.silverdaggertours.com/sds... and the rafflecopter giveaway page: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/disp... Have fun! Read what the characters wrote! Love it, so well done. Haven't read the book yet, looking forward to it. Meanwhile, the author, Amber Daulton, is doing a book tour and giveaway. Check here for details to enter: https://www.silverdaggertours.com/sds... and the rafflecopter giveaway page: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/disp... Have fun!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Horvath

    Arresting Jeremiah: Fantastic writing! I liked the twist, turns, challenges, and surprises. I loved how Jim and Calista connected in many ways. I loved the bond that Lacey had with Jim even though he is not her biological father. He cared so much for both of them. I like how dedicated he is to solving cases and putting the bad guys in jail. I really enjoyed it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Paula Genereau

    What a great story. this book captured my attention from the beginning. It is wonderful

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amber Daulton

  21. 4 out of 5

    YaniM

  22. 4 out of 5

    The TBR Pile *Book review site*

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stacy L.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sweet Pineapple

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tashia Jennings

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jewelz Barrett

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rita Wray

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christina Gould

  29. 4 out of 5

    Christina

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sherry

  31. 4 out of 5

    Jeanna Massman

  32. 5 out of 5

    Bea LaRocca

  33. 5 out of 5

    Julie

  34. 5 out of 5

    Erin Madigan

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