Shelter for Sophie - Susan Stoker

Shelter for Sophie

By Susan Stoker

  • Release Date: 2017-08-15
  • Genre: Suspense
4 Score: 4 (From 834 Ratings)

Description

She’s shy, he’s stoic…not the hardest personality traits to overcome, but Sophie Carson and Roman “Chief” Proudfit definitely have their work cut out for them.

Sophie has a crush on the silent-but-studly firefighter next door. She’s been pining away silently while secretly helping the hardworking man by mowing his lawn—which he thinks is being done by her nonexistent husband and/or boyfriend. He’s definitely not big on neighborly chitchat, but with her stutter, that suits Sophie just fine. But now a misunderstanding at a bar has put him even further out of her reach.

Roman’s difficult upbringing on an Indian reservation is a sore spot, so when he thinks Sophie is taking advantage of poor people for medical trials at her workplace, he lets her know exactly what he thinks. But when he discovers he misunderstood, he’s man enough to admit it…and also admit he should have opened his eyes to his beautiful, sensitive neighbor sooner. 

As the couple gets closer, each helping the other overcoming lifelong pains, for the first time in years, Roman has something to live for other than his job. And, as he discovers when Sophie puts herself in danger, something even bigger to lose…

Reviews

  • Sweet reading

    5
    By Montanafilly73
    Loved the book, the storyline was good and the characters were solid.
  • Shelter for Sophie

    5
    By Jan in Ky
    Wow! I was moved to tears in parts of this story. I have never read a book with all the perfect attention to detail of the different disabilities tossed in with coverage of the Navajo beliefs. I couldn’t put it down!
  • Shelter for Sophie

    5
    By jane2053
    Great read
  • Great story

    5
    By sbsbrinson
    Really good storyline and characters. Chief meets Sophie and is immediately intrigued but not sure she is a good person because he totally misunderstood something that was said. He soon learns Sophie’s true and good heart and knows he has found the other half of his soul. Intrigue, greed, and a great love all are part of this story.
  • Stereotypes

    1
    By Rebelliously fly
    There were a lot of gross stereotypical things for characters that were unnecessary. I read the sample and had to turn the book away. The black child and his mom were poorly represented first of all. The author made the mom a single mom who gave birth as a teen and the father died from what the character “guesses” to be gang violence? GUESSES? Like how do you just guess that? Because they’re black? To mention that the character was black was necessary but to create that backstory was ridiculous. AND THE NAMES? Are we serious! I had to absolutely stop when it came to the mentally challenged janitor whose happy but with a “low IQ”. Like why? Why is this necessary? I just couldn’t stop cringing and I had to give up.
  • Disappointing

    1
    By Nicky237ar45
    This book is full of stereotypical views about Black people and it is disgusting. Don’t read, don’t waste your time, and definitely don’t spend a dime.
  • Shelter for Sophie

    3
    By Tiggy/Cookie
    First time reading this author. There were parts I liked, parts I thought were unnecessary, parts that were just too silly to take seriously.
  • Very Enjoyable

    5
    By Doingthisforcoinsssssdzzzzz
    This eighth book in the Badge of Honor series is no disappointment. This time it’s Chief’s turn to find his one and only. (Roman) Chief has great pride in his Navajo culture and respect for the beliefs of his people. When he meets Sophie, he finds someone who always respects others and who is kind hearted to a fault. After some misunderstandings, he also discovers a deep connection, someone who compliments his personality and gets him talking, and who he would protect at all costs. A great read!
  • Another Best Seller has FINALLY arrived!!

    5
    By Rtbbenson
    This story starts off with a bang! Everyone is at a bar (at their own tables of course). 1 of them overhears (eavesdrops actually) on the other and you can imagine what fun Susan Stoker had with us there. It just gets better and better from there. The entire book has a great flow to it and the audio version is OUTSTANDING! Erin the narrator did an outstanding job with Sofies stutter. There are so many cumbs/crumbles, Easter Eggs, clues (whatever you like to call them) throughout this book for things to come. You Will NOT regret reading this story at all!!!
  • The wait is finally over

    5
    By Crystal P.N.
    When we met Chief in the last book in the Badge of Honor series I knew I couldn’t wait for his book to come out. He didn’t disappoint! I enjoyed this book a lot and I love a heroine that even with a disability (a stutter) she doesn’t let it affect her daily life. The hero also doesn’t let a misunderstand get in the way of getting the girl and makes him take a look at himself to realize he judge wrongly. You also don’t have to have read the other books in the series to enjoy this one. They are all standalone books with friends finding their HEAs.

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