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  • Posted June 25, 2012

    A quick, entertaining, sexy read ... For full review including

    A quick, entertaining, sexy read ...

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    TALK DIRTY TO ME was a fun read. I love the age-old story of girl meets brother’s best friend and secretly adores him from afar until one magical night … that is kind of where it ended for Blake and Lily. Generally the girl falls hard and goes all swoon-woozy over said guy, but this time Blake was the one in trouble. So he did what every guy does that can’t confront their true feelings … he disappeared … and broke Lily’s heart. Jack ass! Why can’t guys ever just deal? ARGH! Take a chance for a change! But I will say in Blake’s defense that he had a couple of valid concerns. First, their first time was Lily’s first time. And Lily had just turned 18 so she was pretty young. Blake didn’t want to scare her and didn’t want to tie her down so soon. Then there was the chance that getting away from her would calm his desire for her. *snort* Well, it was a theory.

    Long story short, Blake does the disappearing act a few more times over the years and Lily has had enough. Now her brother is getting married and Blake is coming back for the wedding. She plans to avoid him as much as possible, but then her brother drops a bombshell. She has to pick up Blake and keep him with her for a couple of days until the wedding because he is stuck out of town at work. Avoidance plan out the window. Check.

    Lily ends up psyching herself out and picking Blake up. She chants mantras like “He’s just a man” and silly things like that to calm her desire that flares the moment his name is mentioned. Care to guess what happens as soon as she sees him? And let’s not forget that Blake secretly adores Lily too. Well, they don’t even make it out of the parking lot of the airport. These two steam up the pages in no time flat. Despite her inability to tell Blake no, Lily struggles with how to let him go, knowing the realistically he will disappear once again in a few days.

    But things are different this time. Something seems … not quite the same. So Lily tests Blake at the rehearsal dinner. Part of her is getting back at him for screwing her brains out a few short hours prior to flirting with the buxom slut next to him at the dinner and the other part stems from a devious side that wonders if Blake really even cares. Game on! Lily’s grab-ass dance partner wastes no time in annoying Blake enough for him to bolt away from the table and snatch her away. And Blake has a devious side of his own in executing Lily’s punishment for baiting him. *waggles brows*


    TALK DIRTY TO ME was a hawt read! I mean, as much as I could never talk dirty myself, hearing such graphic sexual phrases whispered into your ear is beyond stimulating. Blake and Lily have a great connection and quickly draw the reader in to their world of love and loss. They are a believable couple and within pages I wanted them to be together forever. I also enjoyed that Blake and Lily have a history so they don’t have to waste any time becoming acquainted with their preferences. They just get down and dirty in a hurry. For a quick, entertaining read, this book is exactly what you need to pass a couple of hours.

    (EBook copy provided by author for review.)

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    Posted January 26, 2011

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