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The last thing he needs is another person he has to protect… Tim Means is the sheriff on the White Sandy Reservation—a thankless job on the best of days. He’s trying to keep a gang war from breaking out, vigilantes from running amuck and he’s doing it all with a two-man force. When a kid named Georgey gets busted breaking into the Clinic, Tim doesn’t have time to keep the The last thing he needs is another person he has to protect… Tim Means is the sheriff on the White Sandy Reservation—a thankless job on the best of days. He’s trying to keep a gang war from breaking out, vigilantes from running amuck and he’s doing it all with a two-man force. When a kid named Georgey gets busted breaking into the Clinic, Tim doesn’t have time to keep the kid on the straight and narrow. He needs a relative to take the teen off his hands. But who? The only person who could take custody of Georgey is Summer Collins, Georgey’s half-sister. She hasn’t been on the White Sandy in almost fifteen years . But what choice does she have? She made a promise to her father to look out for her little brother, so she gives up her job teaching summer school and her hopes of a summer fling to venture west and meet a brother she barely remembers. But what she finds on the White Sandy is more than just a family or a sense of belonging. She meets one sexy sheriff and suddenly, a summer fling seems like just the thing. But things on the White Sandy are never simple—or easy. When the gang war threatens Summer and her brother, will Tim be able to do his job—or will his heart get in the way? Warning: This book features smart-mouthed teenagers, poverty issues, dyslexia, jackalopes, and car sex. Plan accordingly!


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The last thing he needs is another person he has to protect… Tim Means is the sheriff on the White Sandy Reservation—a thankless job on the best of days. He’s trying to keep a gang war from breaking out, vigilantes from running amuck and he’s doing it all with a two-man force. When a kid named Georgey gets busted breaking into the Clinic, Tim doesn’t have time to keep the The last thing he needs is another person he has to protect… Tim Means is the sheriff on the White Sandy Reservation—a thankless job on the best of days. He’s trying to keep a gang war from breaking out, vigilantes from running amuck and he’s doing it all with a two-man force. When a kid named Georgey gets busted breaking into the Clinic, Tim doesn’t have time to keep the kid on the straight and narrow. He needs a relative to take the teen off his hands. But who? The only person who could take custody of Georgey is Summer Collins, Georgey’s half-sister. She hasn’t been on the White Sandy in almost fifteen years . But what choice does she have? She made a promise to her father to look out for her little brother, so she gives up her job teaching summer school and her hopes of a summer fling to venture west and meet a brother she barely remembers. But what she finds on the White Sandy is more than just a family or a sense of belonging. She meets one sexy sheriff and suddenly, a summer fling seems like just the thing. But things on the White Sandy are never simple—or easy. When the gang war threatens Summer and her brother, will Tim be able to do his job—or will his heart get in the way? Warning: This book features smart-mouthed teenagers, poverty issues, dyslexia, jackalopes, and car sex. Plan accordingly!

30 review for The Sheriff

  1. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Did I just lose my review? Blast it all! 🤬 It took me a minute but it was worth it to make it to their HEA. Tim Means redeems himself here. The crankiness is gone. He seemed so hard in previous books. He meets another lonely soul, Summer, a strong female character but not so dominant that she overtakes the narrative. Bleh. Falling in love is not easy on the rez, but when it happens, light the fires baby.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Its good to be back in the Dakota's on the White Sandy Lakota Indian Reservation.. Summer Johnson was raised by her white Mom in the white world. She looks white even though her father is Lakota. She is a school teacher who cares deeply about her kids. She gets a call from the sheriff of White Sandy that her half brother Georgey is committing petty crimes and has no guardian for him to release him to. Summer decides to give up her summer to go to White Sandy to see if there is someone that can t Its good to be back in the Dakota's on the White Sandy Lakota Indian Reservation.. Summer Johnson was raised by her white Mom in the white world. She looks white even though her father is Lakota. She is a school teacher who cares deeply about her kids. She gets a call from the sheriff of White Sandy that her half brother Georgey is committing petty crimes and has no guardian for him to release him to. Summer decides to give up her summer to go to White Sandy to see if there is someone that can take him or if she will need to bring him back with her to Minneapolis. She didn't count on being attracted to the sheriff nor feeling a strong bond to a heritage she doesn't know a lot about. Tim Means is the sheriff on the White Sandy Reservation. It just him and one deputy who try and police the Reservation. Tim has been a character we have known through all the books in the series and I was so happy to see he was finally getting a book. He's a good man that has a hard job. When he finds Georgey in his jail after he tried to break into the Clinic he knows the kid is right on the edge crossing over from child delinquent to adult criminal with only a life in prison to look forward to. With his father dead and an alcoholic absentee mother he knows Georgey needs a good family member to take custody of him so he calls Summer. He too is surprised at his instant attraction to Summer when they meet. But Georgey problems are tied to a much bigger problem – a gang war that is on the cusp of breaking out that end up putting not only Georgey in the cross hairs but also Summer. All the characters from the previous books are back. I loved that Nobody played such a big part – he almost stole the book IMO.. I didn't know how Summer and Tim in the end were going to work with her life being in another state – even though she loved getting to know her heritage and fell in love the Lakota ways.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Leighton

    ***4 1/2 stars*** It was so nice to return to the White Sandy reservation!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Brooks

    4 1/2 STARS! Unexpected love at it's best! I've really enjoyed this entire series, but Sheriff Tim turned out to be one of my very favorites. I wasn't expecting it. I went into the book thinking he was a surly jerk ... but it didn't take long to figure out that he really had a heart of gold. Great characters, an emotional story of family and second chances and a sweet love story. Great read! When Sheriff Tim Means of the White Sandy Reservation in South Dakota discovers teenage Georgey a guest of 4 1/2 STARS! Unexpected love at it's best! I've really enjoyed this entire series, but Sheriff Tim turned out to be one of my very favorites. I wasn't expecting it. I went into the book thinking he was a surly jerk ... but it didn't take long to figure out that he really had a heart of gold. Great characters, an emotional story of family and second chances and a sweet love story. Great read! When Sheriff Tim Means of the White Sandy Reservation in South Dakota discovers teenage Georgey a guest of his lovely jail cell, he's at his wits end. The family that this kid has around is no kind of good influence, but the only other relative he knows of is his half-sister who hasn't been around since he was just a little tyke. He decides he'll try anything and gives her a call in Minneapolis. Summer Collins has plans to teach summer school and have a summer vacation fling, but when she hears that her little brother needs her, she agrees to head to White Sandy as soon as possible. She plans to stay for awhile to get Georgey used to her in a familiar setting before she takes him back home with her, but sparks start to fly between her and the sheriff right from the start. Perhaps she'll be having that summer fling after all!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rose James

    The Sheriff (Men of the White Sandy Book 5) This is the first book that I have read by this author, Sarah M. Anderson. I was surprised by its contents, that it was not a waste of time, but it proved to be a most interesting book. I did enjoy reading about all the characters. The importance of discovering that the problem of not being able to read, led to the knowledge that the main characters young brother was suffering from dyslexia, and the special way that she helped him to overcome those odds The Sheriff (Men of the White Sandy Book 5) This is the first book that I have read by this author, Sarah M. Anderson. I was surprised by its contents, that it was not a waste of time, but it proved to be a most interesting book. I did enjoy reading about all the characters. The importance of discovering that the problem of not being able to read, led to the knowledge that the main characters young brother was suffering from dyslexia, and the special way that she helped him to overcome those odds, and go on to lead a very accomplished and successful life, overcoming a life that could have been spent as a young criminal. Accepting her Lacota heritage and learning of her heritage and about lliving on the reservation and becoming acquainted with the people. She also found out that the sheriff was the opposite of what she had imagined and proved to be quite interesting and one that was essential to know better.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Fiona Marsden

    I've loved this series right from the start so I was thrilled to find another episode of the Men of the White Sandy. Tim Means is the Sheriff on the rez. He's a part of the tribe, but isolated because of his role as peacekeeper. When high school teacher, Summer Collins, comes back to look after her half-brother, he knows she sees more than the badge. Summer was brought up by her white mother who kept her alienated from the Lakota culture of her father. When her teenage brother Georgey gets in trou I've loved this series right from the start so I was thrilled to find another episode of the Men of the White Sandy. Tim Means is the Sheriff on the rez. He's a part of the tribe, but isolated because of his role as peacekeeper. When high school teacher, Summer Collins, comes back to look after her half-brother, he knows she sees more than the badge. Summer was brought up by her white mother who kept her alienated from the Lakota culture of her father. When her teenage brother Georgey gets in trouble through his association with a gang, she is forced to confront her past. And realise how much she has missed by being estranged from her deceased father's people. I really enjoyed this romance between Tim and Summer. They are very real people with flaws and failings but big hearts. It was lovely to catch up with the other residents of the White Sandy and see how each of them has contributed to making the rez a better place.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    This is an emotional story of people finding where they belong: Sheriff Tim Means, who has the tough job of arresting his own people, teacher Summer Johnson, who basically knows nothing about her native heritage, and Georgey, a teenager who's headed down the wrong path because he's desperate to belong to something. Even though all the people on the White Sandy Reservation have their own problems and she has never met them before, Summer soon learns that everyone is family in the Lakota. I loved This is an emotional story of people finding where they belong: Sheriff Tim Means, who has the tough job of arresting his own people, teacher Summer Johnson, who basically knows nothing about her native heritage, and Georgey, a teenager who's headed down the wrong path because he's desperate to belong to something. Even though all the people on the White Sandy Reservation have their own problems and she has never met them before, Summer soon learns that everyone is family in the Lakota. I loved the way the characters worked together to help the young people on the reservation. The attraction between Tim and Summer was sizzling, yet they faced real problems and put the needs of others first, for the most part. It was great to see all the other characters from the previous White Sandy books. They were a real part of the story, instead of just making a pop-up appearance.

  8. 5 out of 5

    J

    This may be Sarah M. Anderson’s best book yet. The story was compelling- I could not put it down. The characters were incredibly real, and the romance flowed with an unrivaled smoothness. I particularly enjoyed the cameos by many of the characters from previous books in this series. This story stands alone quite nicely, but reading the other books adds a richness to the minor characters. Don’t miss this.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Christine (Cagnes)

    4.5 stars.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Bohrmueller

    I loved this book. What a wonderful story. There were times in the story that I had tears in my eyes. Sweet, heartwarming story you definitely need to read. My favorite of the series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Aj

  12. 4 out of 5

    M Clare

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie M Bates

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dianna

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jan

  16. 5 out of 5

    Renee Gonzalez

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bryne

  18. 5 out of 5

    Miru

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  21. 4 out of 5

    Khenta

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Kacmarynski

  23. 4 out of 5

    Thelma Cubic

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nevada Najarro

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

  26. 4 out of 5

    marcia Draper

  27. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

  28. 5 out of 5

    Penny Ray

  29. 5 out of 5

    Aron Tan

  30. 5 out of 5

    Buttercup

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