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Cracklin Rosie [NOOK Book]

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A tool for every job. A belt for every occasion…

Blue Jeans and Hard Hats, Book 2

Food is Rosie’s life, and life is good. She loves it, makes it, serves it in her diner, writes about it in her blog, and she’s happy. At least until a storm puts a rather large tree limb through her roof, and a sex-in-a-tool-belt roofer on top of her cabin.

But that’s not where she wants him. No, she wants him behind her with a ...

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Cracklin Rosie

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Overview

A tool for every job. A belt for every occasion…

Blue Jeans and Hard Hats, Book 2

Food is Rosie’s life, and life is good. She loves it, makes it, serves it in her diner, writes about it in her blog, and she’s happy. At least until a storm puts a rather large tree limb through her roof, and a sex-in-a-tool-belt roofer on top of her cabin.

But that’s not where she wants him. No, she wants him behind her with a strip of leather in his hand. That’s what makes her edgy—vulnerability is not her style. Except the more prickly she gets with him, the more he turns on the charm.

Decker arrives in Blue Ridge, Georgia, with nothing on his mind but a job and some new scenery. His legendary patience is tested from the first moment he meets sharp-tongued Rosie. She’s got hips that sway, non-stop curves and a mouth that needs to be filled with things that are much sweeter than vinegar.

A few singe-worthy kisses, and Decker uncovers passions that will likely earn her every red stripe she’s begging for. And Rosie discovers Decker’s got a hunger burning deep inside to give her anything and everything she needs. Maybe even…forever.

Warning: Between the sheets of this book you’ll find a twist on a decadent southern dessert, sweet rose wine, picnic table sexiness, truck sex, a man who knows how to give a spanking and a woman who knows how to bend over a hot yummy lap.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609282301
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 10/26/2010
  • Series: Blue Jeans and Hard Hats , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 158
  • Sales rank: 258,359
  • File size: 739 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2012

    I must confess the first thing that attracted me to this series

    I must confess the first thing that attracted me to this series was the smokin' hot covers! Little did I realize, but I should have having read Lissa Matthews Masked series, that the story on the inside would be just as smokin' hot!

    I enjoyed Cracklin' Rosie more than Sweet Caroline because of the slower development of the relationship between the two main characters. I liked Rosie when she was snarky, and defensive. LOL I don't know if it's because I too am a fan of the snark or if it just made her and the story more relatable for me. I understood her fear of small town gossip and even more her fear of letting go.

    Decker is one hot man, and the way that he pushes Rosie and doesn't let her viper tongue get to him made me like him even more. But when he finally took her in hand, both mentally and physically, now that was exciting to read. I have a whole new appreciation for picnic tables!

    The way that the author makes the town and the southern ways a part of the story adds even more to the story line and brought the town to life in my mind. I also like that her female character's are "real" women who have real curves and not some perfect barbie.

    If you like your stories hot with a lot of kink as the yummy cherry on top then the Blue Jeans and Hard Hats series is definitely for you!

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  • Posted November 2, 2010

    Hot Hot Read

    Everyone has a little kink in them. Rosie just chooses to keep hers a secret from as many people as humanly possible. Going miles out of town to indulge herself she is happy in the world she has created for herself, until Decker arrives and turns that world upside down. Now she is discovering kinks she didn't even know she was into and all because of one really hot, hard hat man.

    Decker is a roamer, ever since he left the nest he never stayed in one place to long. When Buck gives him an opportunity he can't pass up he travels to the last place he would ever live. Meeting Rosie was just a happy perk. Not only is she a pistol in the sack but also out of it, and he just can't get enough.

    There were so many parts in this book that I enjoyed. The part in the truck was absolutely great and super steamy, if I wasn't too afraid of getting caught I would have to give that a try. The way Lissa Matthews used the great outdoors to tie in with the steamy love scenes was great.

    I loved this book just as much as the first in the series. Decker is a great alpha male, both commanding yet considerate. The two of them make an explosive couple that I just couldn't take my eyes away from. I would definitely recommend this book. I really enjoyed it.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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