Bad Girls Don't

Bad Girls Don't

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by Cathie Linz
     
 

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It took less than two seconds for Sheriff Nathan Thornton to peg sexy Skye Wright as trouble. Maybe it was the way she shimmied her hips in that I Dream of Jeannie outfit. Or the huge stack of speeding tickets in her bag. Whatever it was, the woman was belly-dancing her way into his thoughts. Now if only she'd belly-dance into his bedroom.

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It took less than two seconds for Sheriff Nathan Thornton to peg sexy Skye Wright as trouble. Maybe it was the way she shimmied her hips in that I Dream of Jeannie outfit. Or the huge stack of speeding tickets in her bag. Whatever it was, the woman was belly-dancing her way into his thoughts. Now if only she'd belly-dance into his bedroom.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425212844
Publisher:
Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date:
11/07/2006
Series:
Berkley Sensation Series
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
4.24(w) x 6.78(h) x 0.91(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Bad Girls Don't 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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Danielle Patterson More than 1 year ago
This book was just awful. The character of Skye is totally unbelievable. She is belligerent, allows her child to be completely out of control and is just unlikeable. The town apparently has no problem with her behavior and constantly chide the only character who appears to have any sort of brain. I couldn't make it past page 96 I tried but the characters were either utterly unbelieveable or unlikeable and the story itself was bland at best. Mad, Bad and Blonde is a much better choice, don't waste the money on this one.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In Rock Creek Skye Wright detests authority figures so when Sheriff Nathan ¿Studley Do-Right¿ Thornton stops her for speeding she acts nasty towards him. He takes her in when she fails to produce the proper paperwork. The belly dancer takes this as an affront and that Nathan flaunted his authority. In her mind he initiated an act of hostility towards her that she plans to insure he will regret, which he does even before they reach the station as protestors wanting the belly dancing mommy go arrive too.--------------------- Nathan is attracted to the wild woman though he does not want to care as he never moved past a personal tragedy involving his Annie. Adding to his discomfit is that he likes her four year old daughter although she is an apprentice bad girl too. Between the two Wright females, Nathan wonders what is right about his life if he lets them go. Skye, to her shock, feels the same way about the straightest person she ever met, but she believes her Studley still has Annie exclusively inside his heart.------------------ One thing is for sure Cathie Linz makes a case that opposites attract with this lighthearted contemporary romance starring two likable individuals who see life 180 degrees apart. The lead couple is a fun pairing though their conflict is minimal while the return of the eccentrics from GOOD GIRLS DO adds to the overall humor of the tale.-------------------- Harriet Klausner