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Talk Me Down by Victoria Dahl
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    True Confessions by Rachel Gibson (f_ing_kangaroo)
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    Cowboy Trouble by Joanne Kennedy (Caramellunacy)
    Caramellunacy: Both story lines feature a woman who moves from the big city to a small town. Both stories are fun and humorous with a relatively light side of suspense. Cowboy Trouble is a light Western about a city girl determined to run a chicken farm who investigates the town's one disappearance for the local newspaper (and with the help of her hunky neighbor). Talk Me Down has romance/erotica writer Molly moving back to her hometown and drawing inspiration from her old crush - the local sheriff - which someone locally is not at all happy about.… (more)
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Elizabeth Michaels
  jmail | Mar 21, 2016 |
I still can't quite put my finger on, after reading three of Ms. Dahl's books, how she can write so that when I read I feel drawn in and comfortable. Reason number one why I love her work. This book (and this series) have a the great feeling of comfort reads, books you want to relax into after a long hard day or take with you to the bathtub with bubbles.

The characters in all of Ms. Dahl's book are what make the book worth reading. She unfurls each and every one of them slowly and lets you get to know them at your own pace. They are all strong and yet each of them has a flaw that makes them equally human. I love Molly in this book because she is fun and she is the comic relief, everyone else is so serious, her humor is her strength and her flaw. I also equally love our hero Ben; he is sexy, dreamy, and oh-so-naughty in all the best ways...and that cowboy hat, yes, sir!

The plot in this story is equally complex and simple. Boy meets girl, girl has problem, boy helps with problem, happily every after, yet there is so much more going on. I love the twists and turns Ms. Dahl throws in the book that make the plot just as enjoyable as the sensual side of the story.

I already covered the comfort the author brings through her writing and she also has a smooth writing style, easy to understand and follow. She also writes some of the hottest sensual scenes around...the only author I can match her in heat with is Kresley Cole, and she is the hottest in my book. Definitely give this book a try, you won't regret it!
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  rosetyper9 | Nov 12, 2015 |
3.5 (casi , casi 4)

Victoria Dahl está a dos o tres libros de ser una de las mejores autoras de romance contemporáneo que vengo leyendo .

Sus novelas son graciosas , tienen una buena carga de misterio (que , aunque predecible , interesante ) y de humor .... además de , obviamente , mucha sensualidad y personajes adorables .

Me encanta esta serie y amo a sus parejas principales .

Imperdible . ( )
  LaMala | Jun 7, 2015 |
Enjoyable romance with steamy scenes, funny parts and a mystery to solve. I like how both main characters stood by their beliefs even though they conflicted. Molly has not told anyone about her job as erotic author and is interested in police chief Ben who likes to know all the facts.
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  Dawn772 | Jan 29, 2015 |
Successful career woman returns to her home town and immediately hooks up with her dream guy — the childhood friend who's been fueling her erotic fantasies and thus providing material for her best-selling erotic novels.

Delightful chick-lit erotica with some nice twists. The idea of an erotic novel within an erotic novel was fun, but I wonder if real authors of erotica go to such lengths to hide their profession from friends and family.

Molly Jenkins, the author, and Ben Lawson, the town's chief of police, make a splendid pair and seem made for each other. However, no romance would be complete without a few spats, arguments, and obstacles along the way. In [b:Talk Me Down|4716621|Talk Me Down (Tumble Creek, #1)|Victoria Dahl|http://photo.goodreads.com/books/1236471929s/4716621.jpg|4781036], these take the form of Molly's pathological secrecy about her work, a manipulative ex-boyfriend who won't let go, and a mysterious stalker who wants her out of town. Not to mention the one-man local newspaper that has made Molly's private life the story of the year.

After reading several of Ms Dahl's historical romances, the switch to a contemporary, funny, and very spicy novel took some getting used to. I think I would have enjoyed it more without the stalker and the slimy ex-boyfriend — two stereotypes that always turn me off.

The pace of the narrative slows down in mid-story, mainly because of the emphasis on hot sex. The non-sex action picks up towards the end of the book, but some major plot-holes are left unaddressed. ( )
  skirret | Jan 2, 2015 |
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This book is dedicated to Jennifer, who convinced me I could -- and should -- write this story. I honestly couldn't have donit it without you, Jif. Thank you.
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Molly Jennings stood frozen in dismay, staring over the tiny coffee section of the tiny Tumble Creek Market.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373773560, Mass Market Paperback)

Molly Jenkins has one naughty little secret: her job as a bestselling erotic fiction author. Until her inspiration runs dry—thanks to a creepy ex—and it's time to skip town and move back to tiny Tumble Creek, Colorado.

One look at former high school hunk chief of police Ben Lawson and Molly is back in business. The town gossip is buzzing at her door and, worse still, a stalker seems to be watching her every move. Thankfully, her very own lawman has taken to coming over, often. The only problem now is that Molly may have to let the cat out of the bag about her chosen profession, and straitlaced Ben will definitely not approve.…

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Molly Jenkins has a secret job as a bestselling erotic fiction author, but when a creepy ex threatens to blow her cover, she returns to her hometown to lay low. When she falls for the former high school heartthrob--now the chief of police--Molly must reignite her writing career, fight off the town gossips as well as a stalker, and hide it all from her newfound beau.… (more)

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