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  • Posted September 24, 2012

    Very good story

    Thia is a great story about Mae Weston who works at her father's gas station in the small town of Fire Gorge, and Drake Stillwater who is Chief of Police and is investigating a robbery gone bad at the store. Mae sure does get worked up but Drake calms her right down with a good spanking. This only makes her want another which leads to a very interesting read with fun and interesting characters.

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  • Posted July 8, 2012

    I had read several other Patricia Green stories (Liv's Journey:

    I had read several other Patricia Green stories (Liv's Journey: The Journey Series, Book One and I looked forward to this one - a story outside of her Journey Series) as soon as I saw it listed. I was not disappointed.

    The best thing about this story is the very realistic characters - something that Patricia Green does very well, and something I loved about her other books. Mae feels real, as does Drake. The sex is VERY VERY hot - very well done, and realistic. Drake's stress in having to deal with a robbery that may actually involve a member of his family (something Mae doesn't know) seemed very plausible.

    A very strong story and highly recommended.

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  • Posted July 7, 2012

    I really enjoyed this story. Had a lot of detail and story devel

    I really enjoyed this story. Had a lot of detail and story development. Mae's character made me laugh and it was nice to see the relationship between Mae and Drake develop

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