One look at former high-school hunk and 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.
©2009 Victoria Dahl; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
This book really sucked you in! I listened to the whole book in one day. It had many of the components I was looking for in a great story. It had great humor, was very sexy, heartstring pulling emotional moments, and it all equaled a great plot. You really were rooting for the hero and heroine to pull it together. I hope that we see more from this author on Audible.com.
This story has so many good points I can only say go for it! Molly is funny and honest about what she THINKS she wants-the character is fabulous! ADORE Ben, totally chasing his own tail over Molly but totally serious and capable as a small town sheriff. The sex is HOT!-its also sweet, giving, and VERY VERY funny at times. Found myself laughing out loud more than once. The ex-BF is seriously creepy, the tension and subplots of the secondary characters is perfect. Believeable story line - I'll be listening to this one again. Looking forward to her accompanying story about the "sheriff and the widow"! Hope it comes out in audio-I've discovered a new favorite author-more more more!!!
I like a sexy little romance as well as the next person. I was prepared for the "plot" to provide only a thinly desguised excuse for lots of hot sex. I was not prepared for the main characters to be so completely hollow and like cardboard cutouts. I can give the author credit for pretty good sex scenes, though even there the dialogue was pretty trite. But Molly, oh my, Molly was nothing but a characature. The reader didn't help at all with her school girl voice. I have to say this was the worst book I've downloaded to date from Audible. Guess you gotta get a "dog" once in a while. I give myself an A for wading all the way through instead of quitting. I'm not trying to be brutal. I'm just stating my honest views.
Let me just say, I listened to this while I was shopping in walmart, and got some very odd looks as I laughed out loud.
This was funny and hot, and I really liked the narrator.
If you want entertainment, nothing much to watch on TV this is a good listen. I wish I could become acustom to the narrator's voice. She is smooth, reads well, but I just find her voice sounds too young for these very adult characters. This book was enjoyable but I probably won't listen to it more than once. The narrator on "Lead Me On" was preferable.
I rally liked this book. It was hot hot HOT! and action packed too. The only downfall was the narrator's valley girl voice. It really took away from some scenes that were supposed to be humanizing, making them sound trite instead. I had to reinterpretation it a bit. Overall it is still a 5 star book, the narrator is 3 stars.
The male lead in this book made the story! He was everything you would want in a man and then some. The story itself was really good as well. The female lead was often annoying and inappropriate, but even she had a few good moments. Overall, an enjoyable read. Looking forward to the next installment about Lori and Quinn.
An ultra light romantic suspense story. Molly and Ben were likeable enough. Their relationship developed quickly, a little too quickly for me. And although, their encounters were playful and teasing, Molly's refusal to tell Ben what she did for a living didn't add enough believable conflict to keep this story interesting. After a while, it was just annoying. Also, the suspense angle was not very suspenseful in the end. There was some light humor and some hot love scenes, but not much else.
The story sounded as though it could be fun, but the narrator sounds like a student teacher talking to an 11th grade sex-ed class, and so is proving barely tolerable. I'd like to hear it with Anna Fields or some other adult doing the narration; but meanwhile, I wish I'd passed on this one and bought something entertaining (Natural Born Charmer springs to mind).
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