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Dylan by C. H. Admirand
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Dylan didn't mind making a few extra bucks covering for his brother as the closing number at the Lucky Star Ladies Club. When his big finish ends with him lassoing Ronnie Delvecchio in the audience, he really thinks he made the right choice working that evening. Ronnie, on the other hand, wishes she had just stayed home.

But fate has other meetings for these two planned. Ronnie's lingerie shop has been vandalized and Dylan happens to be the right man for the repair job. Dylan is determined to get to know Ronnie even though she keeps throwing up a wall against him. (She's been recently hurt and no amount of cowboy charm is going to trick her into letting herself be that vulnerable again). Two stubborn souls in one restoration project leads to some seriously spicy and genuinely funny banter.

This book was so much fun to read. Ronnie and Dylan's sparring made their chemistry spark off the page. They are both characters are easy to get to know and understand their motivations. It's also easy to want them to get together! As Ronnie looks to her grandmother and her friends for guidance- you can't help but tap your fingers and wish she would figure out that Dylan is worth the risk. But she's so spunky and firey (she's the type of girl who would rather hot wire a truck than be stranded anywhere she didn't want to be) that the reader gives her the time to figure things out.

Admirand also does a great job giving you just enough about Dylan's brothers (Tyler and Jesse) that you are interested in reading the other books in her series without feeling completely lost without having read the first book. On top of that, the rest of the characters are interesting and just as funny and charming as the leads.

This was a very enjoyable and fast moving read. The sassiness of the dialog really made it a spicy stand out for me. If you're looking for a cowboy who can string more than a few words together for a comeback, you should check out Dylan.
  nicovin | Dec 22, 2011 |
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Sexy rancher Dylan is temporarily covering his brother's shift at the Lucky Star ladies club when he meets Ronnie DelVecchio, a dark-haired beauty with snapping green eyes. Sparks and tempers fly and Dylan can't resist the urge to see what it would be like to kiss her senseless.… (more)

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