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Posted January 26, 2002
humorous contemporary romance
Starting to feel ancient as she nears her thirtieth birthday, fifth grade school teacher Roxanne Archer fixes on having a ¿final¿ good time. She sets in motion her strategy as if she is the Commander in Charge of a deploying joint military operation. With school out for summer, Roxanne plans to spend her summer vacation in Texas seeking the perfect cowboy. The staid teacher is determined to become a groupie on rodeo circuit, but to one hunk of a cowboy of her choice. <P>Tom Steele knows that this is his last summer working in the rodeo as he plans to run the Second Chance Ranch after the Vegas show. However, he is shocked when hotsy Roxy chooses him among the available hunks for a summer of love. Though he quickly sees past her sexy veneer to the warm caring person that Roxy tries to hide, he still wants to taste her fire, but not just for the summer. <P> Roxy¿s portrayal of a femme fatale groupie turns GOOD TIME GIRL into a humorous contemporary romance. Tom is a fabulous dream cowboy, who is a handsome hunk treating people with respect especially drop dead gorgeous sirens. His teachers never looked or acted like Roxy. Though the good girl pretending to be a loose woman has been used in many a tale few writers attain Candace Shuler¿s novelty that leaves the audience wanting more works like this one. <P>Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 14, 2011
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