Little Macho (Doc Series Book 1)

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He hugged her tight. You hungry or anything? Shelby looked at her watch. It was only three-thirty. Should I get this stuff out of the Jeep first? She grinned at him. She turned her large hazel eyes up to his face. Luke Riordan —A year-old newly retired Army Blackhawk pilot, who comes to Virgin River to repair some cabins that he co-owns with one of his brothers. Shelby McIntyre —At age 26, Shelby is embarking on a brand new life after being a full-time caregiver to her mother for the seven years prior to her death. A niece of General Walt Booth, she plans to travel, visit family in Virgin River and apply to nursing schools, but her plans change when she meets Luke Riordan.

However, a romantic romp that night with Dr. Michaels leaves her pregnant with twins. She comes to Virgin River to stay with Vanni until the babies are born. Art Cleary —His mother deceased, year-old Art has Down syndrome and, after suffering abuse at his grocery store job in Eureka, leaves the group home where he has been staying and goes to Virgin River. There Luke Riordan takes him under his wing and offers him a job and a place to stay at his little group of vacation cabins. Originally published March For a few months, though.

Drive me to drink. She stuck out her hand. Shelby stifled a chuckle. Macho man, she thought with some humor. Paul and I will unload you before supper. No trouble closing on the house? I thought I was ready. But then I realised they are actually talking about me too,' Dean said. There are signs that things are changing. Several leading rap artists, including top seller Kanye West, have admitted that homophobia is rampant in the industry and they have spoken out against it. West had previously spoken out against gay lyrics. There are also a handful of openly gay rappers such as Deadlee, who has held national US tours of his music and appeared on television to talk about his sexuality.

Dean, however, hopes that hip hop will soon put its homophobia behind it.

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He says the music changed dramatically from hip hop's roots in nightclubs and parties to a celebration of urban violence and gang life as 'gangsta rap' became the norm. Homophobia grew up alongside that musical shift as most successful artists used songs that idolised guns, drugs and crime. However, Dean's book shows that heterosexual rappers clearly have no monopoly on tough upbringings.

Dean's book is a searing description of a tough childhood on the streets of Detroit, ironically also the home town of Eminem. His mother was a prostitute addicted to drugs who later contracted HIV. Dean eventually suffered a childhood sexual assault from a male babysitter and ended up serving jail time in Nashville for stealing a car.

If homophobic rappers are looking for a dubious sense of 'authenticity', then they can just as easily find it in Dean's background as in the most masculine of gangsta rappers. But for Dean his purpose in writing the book was simply to shine a rare light on the most shadowed corner of some of the most popular music in the world. But they are few and far between, so easy to overlook.

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I did like this Doc Ford novel but found the plot predictable and weak. What I liked was the writing; the descriptive details offered from Doc as a marine biologist are interesting and beautifully written. I'll definitely read another in this series. Feb 09, Pam rated it did not like it Shelves: Too much macho man 's viewpoint, gave up. Feb 24, D. Heil rated it really liked it. This is another one of White's novels that I read twice.

It was worth it. Jul 16, DemetraP rated it liked it. Doc Ford makes a new friend and meets someone from his past. Feb 15, Pat Stanford rated it really liked it. Lots of action and plot twists. I think it's my favourite so far. Aug 10, Bill rated it really liked it.

Doc meets his sister really his cousin. Great characters and a very good story. Jan 28, Laura Jenkins rated it it was amazing. One of my favorite Doc Ford mysteries to date! Apr 20, Al Datum rated it it was amazing.

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I discovered Randy Wayne White in the late 90s and fell in love with his books. Having visited Florida many times on business, and having been infected with a deep love for the state and its many palm trees, beaches, inlets, natural springs and abundant fishing, I have tried to find every author of Florida fiction I can.

White has a wide range of interesting and quirky characters, and hi I discovered Randy Wayne White in the late 90s and fell in love with his books. White has a wide range of interesting and quirky characters, and his stories put them into some really interesting situations. But his primary character is Florida itself. Reading one of his books, you can immediately sense his love of Florida.

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You can smell the saltwater and really imagine what life in a marina must be like. I think my favorite part of his books is how his main character, Marion "Doc" Ford, is always working on a different marine project. He may be studying bull sharks or tarpon, but you always come away knowing just a little bit more than before you started reading, and if you're anything like me you start checking the airlines for cheap deals on flights to your favorite Florida destinations.

I don't read books more than once as a general rule. But these will definitely be an exception. It's like having dinner with an old friend. He has been noticing to women pass his house every day regular as clock work and today the same. He takes off on his daily run when he see the women at their usual stopping place at the end of a pier where they stop to watch the sunset. Today though there is something added, two large men are approaching them and when one shows a gun, Doc takes action and hits him from behind, knocking him into the railing then when he sees a third man in a boat beside the pier he runs to the women and gathering them up bursts through the railing at the end of the pier as a shot rings out.

The women get away and after a boat chase so do the assailments and Doc makes his way back to his house. Later when questioned by the authorities, Doc has little to say and offers no explanations wanting only to be left alone and out of the spotlight. A exciting beginning to a fairly interesting book of revenge and the appearance of a woman claiming to be his sister which adds a second thread to the story as they track down a legacy left to them by her father and his Uncle it turns out.

Easy read, nice local in the Everglades area of Florida. Apr 09, Vickie rated it really liked it Shelves: I love the Doc Ford books that feature a whole buncha Tomlinson. I loves me some Tomlinson. He and Doc Ford work well together. And I've been listening to these completely out of order, so I've watched all the relationship growth all out of order and it's been kinda cool.

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This one shows Tomlinson having problems with 'Zamboni and the hat trick twins' And he thinks that's why he's having his problems. A woman comes into I love the Doc Ford books that feature a whole buncha Tomlinson.

A woman comes into both Doc's and Tomlinson's lives who claims to be Doc's sister. She is an amazing woman and a lot like her father, Doc's uncle or is it his father? Then the two women Doc rescues that brings him into a whirlwind of subterfuge Just an all around darn fine suspense. Loved Ron McLarty's narration.

He does the absolute best voice characterization for Tomlinson. Four Tomlinson duuuuuude beans Jun 19, Greg rated it it was amazing. Shark River is one of my favorites in the Doc Ford series. This one starts off with a lot of action packed scenes. Then, you find out that Tucker did have a daughter, which she thinks Ford is her brother, not her cousin. A story of Tomlinson's past comes out during this story.

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More of Doc's past is revealed and a connec Shark River is one of my favorites in the Doc Ford series. More of Doc's past is revealed and a connection is made with Harrington. The story ends how it started with more action, until everything comes together.

The book is interesting, entertaining and of course has the action of the Doc Ford series. Jul 30, Jim added it. This was Doc Ford no.