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Big Creek might be a stereotypical small town but even they have drama.Heather loves her little café, and her best customer is the county Sheriff. She’s been waiting months for him to ask her out…maybe she won’t have to wait much longer.Bronson feels at home in Big Creek even though he hasn’t been the Sheriff for long. Small towns have their perks and a pretty café owner wBig Creek might be a stereotypical small town but even they have drama.Heather loves her little café, and her best customer is the county Sheriff. She’s been waiting months for him to ask her out…maybe she won’t have to wait much longer.Bronson feels at home in Big Creek even though he hasn’t been the Sheriff for long. Small towns have their perks and a pretty café owner who cooks like an angel certainly doesn’t hurt. Now, if he could only get over his nerves and drum up the gumption to ask her out.Throw in a gossip mill, a redneck festival and an ill timed attempt to help and you end up with some laughs, some ruffled feathers and a town that is…. Redneck Fabulous....

Title : Fried Pickles and the Fuzz
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ISBN : 9781482583458
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 67 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Fried Pickles and the Fuzz Reviews

  • LilyElement
    2018-09-02 01:07

    Heather, the owner of a diner named The Pickle, lives the typical small town life. Everyone seems to know everyone which can be a blessing and a curse. For Sheriff Bronson, it is a little bit of a curse. He has been dying to ask Heather out pretty much since he met her, but can't seem to get the question out. When the annual town festival begins the perfect opportunity arises only to have everything go a little bit crazy. I was laughing quite a bit though out this book and read it in one sitting. One of the many things that made me chuckle was the following line."Caller reports that two men are driving what appear to be soupedup lawn tractors down Second Street toward the square."All silliness aside, I loved the book. The characters were entertaining, engaging and I felt like I knew them personally by the end of the book. Fried Pickles and the Fuzz is a fantastic book that grabbed me from the first page. I highly recommend it and cannot wait to read more from Calico Daniels.

  • Genevieve Scholl
    2018-09-05 18:18

    Well written, great descriptions, a very sweet short romance.RATING: ACOVER DESIGN: Cute. Love the use of different fonts, makes the author’s name stick out, but doesn’t overpower the title. Works great.WHAT I LIKED: This book takes place in the great state of Texas, which is where I was born. Even though it is my birth state, I never got to spend much time there. I’ve always heard stories about how close communities were down there and always wanted to visit. Thanks to this book, I was able to visit the great state and meet some fabulous people… all in the comfort of my cool and comfortable bedroom; without the having to board a “metal monster” (plane). Even though this was only about 60 pages long, it left me feeling a serene sense of romance and warmth. This book felt like home.WHAT I DIDN’T LIKE: I will admit that I had my reservations about this book, because of the title and the “redneck” part, but the author blew my expectations out of the skeptical waters. There was nothing I didn’t like about this book.ADDITIONAL NOTES: I would love to see this become a long running series, because I became invested in the community and the people in it from the first word.~Genevieve~

  • Jamie Kiefer
    2018-09-12 01:16

    This book was really cute. I just wished it would have been longer. I feel like the author was writing a book and got interrupted by something and suddenly had to finish. I would have also liked for Heather and Branson to have had more quirky situations with the people of the town. After all they are in the perfect setting for this to take place and it would have been the perfect opportunity to add some outlandish comedy. I hope there is lots more to come. The story just doesn't seem to be finished.

  • InD'tale Magazine
    2018-08-30 17:15

    Fried Pickles and the Fuzz is one of the cutest stories ever!Full review in April 2013 issue of InD'tale Magazine.

  • Tonya
    2018-08-29 18:13

    5 stars out of 5 stars!

  • Donna
    2018-08-27 23:07

    I admit it though I’d never heard of this author I saw the title and couldn't resist. This is a quick sweet and funny read that will leave you smiling and feeling good about the world.

  • Richard Stephens
    2018-09-06 23:11

    A fun short story with interesting characters.

  • Wanda
    2018-09-09 01:13

    "Good men aren't hard to figure out." Her blue eyes sparkled. "But like a five-pound bass, they're hard to land."When Heather's Granny Joy passed away she took over running her Granny's cafe' called The Fried Pickle Cafe'. Heather doe-eyed over the new sheriff, Bronson Andrews, and he had a secret thing for Heather. Each night after the crowd was gone he came into the cafe' to have dinner and talk to Heather hoping to work up the courage to ask her out. But when old Gus starts reeking havoc on the town, Bronson has to do his job and reign him in. But will Heather's affection for Gus and her determination to take care of him drive a wedge between Bronson and Heather?I love small town romances. This book very much reminded me of my own hometown with the Big Creek Days celebration. My town puts on a celebration called "Mule Days" and I couldn't help smiling because they are so similar. Heather's cafe' is called the Fried Pickle Cafe' because their specialty is, you guessed it, fried pickles. Bronson, however, has an aversion to fried pickles and refuses to try them which only makes it a challenge for Heather. I loved Heather's heart for Gus, a twenty-six-year-old gelding, that had no home or no one to love him. Heather was determined to find him a home so he could live out his last days in peace. That really spoke to me and my extreme love for animals. I also love when the two main characters are wild about each other but neither one knows it so they are constantly side-stepping the issue out of fear they will be rejected. Bronson was adorable. The big, handsome stud of a sheriff was afraid to ask Heather on a date and that just made him even more endearing. This is my second book by Calico Daniels and she is seriously one of my new favorite authors. This book was light-hearted, humorous with romance that has a little sizzle. No naps during this book because you won't want to put it down. It's a quick read but well worth it. I love Calico's writing style. Her settings make me feel like I could actually live there and her characters are so fun loving and endearing. Heather's friend, Beth Ann, was so outspoken, a real spitfire, and I looked forward to each time she had a part in the book. If you want a quick read that will leave you smiling, this is it. I also recommend her other book, You, Me and Sweet Tea. You'll love it also. This is a "Can't put it down" engaging story. I highly recommend it to those who like light-hearted romance!Disclaimer:I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review. The opinions expressed are mine alone. I received no monetary compensation for this review.

  • Judy
    2018-08-21 19:02

    This had been on my TBR pile for quite a long while now. I grabbed it when it first came out, because I loved the look and sound of the book, but it got lost in the shuffle. Most probably because I didn't have a kindle app device to read it on at the time. When I was plotting my 2015 TBR Pile Challenge reads, I found this while going through my Goodreads TBR pile and went searching for it. I decided to start with this book of all my list because it's one of the few books on the list that isn't in the middle of a series.While this is a novella, we do get a full and complete story. Heather and Bronson have been dancing around each other for quite awhile. Neither working up the nerve to ask the other out. The story takes place during the town's annual festival, so we get a parade, greased pigs (the four footed kind), cow patty bingo, a picnic basket auction and town dance - all wonderful showcases for the small town and two people falling in love.There are no national secrets, no big action scenes, no grisly murders. Just a small town couple finding their way to love. It was cute, sweet and a fun, fast read. It gets 3 stars.

  • Sherry Grussing
    2018-08-28 20:08

    What a fun book! I was hesitant about reading it because of the cover (I know, I know.) I really enjoyed the story and especially enjoyed the southern phrases.