Somethin' Dirty [NOOK Book]

Overview

She’s headed for the big time…unless her heart gets stopped at the pass.

Country Fever, Book 4

Forty-two-year-old single father Griffin Turner couldn’t have made it through colic and calving season without his mother’s babysitting services. But just when he thinks he’s got the hardest part of the infant learning curve licked, he gets devastating news. Mom is sick. And Griffin is forced to hire a nanny.

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Overview

She’s headed for the big time…unless her heart gets stopped at the pass.

Country Fever, Book 4

Forty-two-year-old single father Griffin Turner couldn’t have made it through colic and calving season without his mother’s babysitting services. But just when he thinks he’s got the hardest part of the infant learning curve licked, he gets devastating news. Mom is sick. And Griffin is forced to hire a nanny.

With nothing but twenty dollars in her pocket and her voice, Nola Brady wants to leave small-town Wyoming to pursue her dreams in Nashville. She answers Griffin’s ad to keep body and soul together until her big chance arrives. Love isn’t even on her radar…until she unexpectedly falls for the rough-and-playful cowboy.

Between the sheets, they’re poetry. Outside the bedroom, he inspires her to be more woman than she ever dreamed possible, which scares her enough to put on the brakes…and hit the road.

But if she thought he’d just let her leave quietly, she was wrong. Because hell hath no fury like a cowboy in love…especially one with a baby on his hip. And a ring with her name on it.

Warning: This cowboy daddy is determined to make a May/September romance work—even if he has to lay down his palm or his mouth on a round ass cheek to do it.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781619218338
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 2/11/2014
  • Series: Country Fever , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 251
  • Sales rank: 40,844
  • File size: 872 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2014

    Nooooo

    ## I tried to like this book because I loved the idea of the story but there were just too many issues with it.

    The hero was constantly comparing the heroine to his selfish, childish ex-lover/baby mama. Perhaps it's because she in her twenties and he picked her up in the same bar as the ex? Yes, that could be.

    Also I didn't like the line 'When was the last time he felt like this? With Miranda (the EX).' Well apparently what he was feeling wasn't all that special then because we all know how THAT turned out.

    When he was with his ex/baby-mama (Miranda), he wrote a song for her... "only one lyric being important enough to sing to you, I love you" which he kept singing to the heroine, especially during sex. Who the heck wants a hand-me-down song? Helllloooo? Does anybody else find that in bad taste? He says to her: "yes, that song was once for her (meaning Maranda) but now it's meant for you". Are you freaking kidding me? Ugh.

    No, I can't recommend this book.

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  • Posted February 13, 2014

    Imagine that you had always wanted to be a country and western s

    Imagine that you had always wanted to be a country and western singer, your goal Nashville, you are nearly
    there and you fall in love. Not just with one person but with two. Griffin and Lyric, of course the fact that Lyric
    is just a baby makes it even harder. What would you do? 
    From the beginning the character of Nola is torn about leaving her small town for the big lights, even before
    meeting Griffin but she has had one goal in her mind for years and even though she may have doubts,
    Nola knows that Nashville is what she wants. I loved Nola, was cheering for her, feeling for her, and hoping
    for her, even though the love story between Nola and  Griffin was so well written that I fell in love with both
    of them I still wanted Nola to pursue her dream, so while Nola and Griffin were conflicted, so was I. 
    Griffin, who wouldn't fall in love with this gorgeous baby daddy, his love and caring and sensitivity draw you
    in till you are hooked. You want nothing more than for this couple to work out, the way that Griffin looks after
    those he cares about is beautifully written and had me dreaming about meeting my very own Griffin. 
    Lyric deserves to be considered too, I also fell in love with this gorgeous baby even though she does all the
    normal messy baby things, she is a loveable bundle of joy.
    The storyline was able to be fresh and new due to the talented writing and from the first page meeting
    Griffin and Lyric you are drawn in and caught up in this timeless tale of falling in love with the right person
    at the wrong time.  
    I loved this story and it is a five star read in my eyes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2014

    Well, happy birthday to me! I was happy to review this and thril

    Well, happy birthday to me! I was happy to review this and thrilled that it was coming on my birthday. Like a present just for me. But I am willing to share!

    I looooved Somethin’ Dirty! I was entertained from beginning to end. Griffin and Nola make music together. A May/September romance I wondered if Griffin was the somethin’ dirty! Nope, it’s just his hot and heavy lovemaking. Griffin can sure make Nola sing.

    Not that Nola can’t. She’s working for Griffin as a nanny to his baby girl because her family wants her to stay and Nola is headed towards the lights of Nashville. It’s been her dream her whole life. But Griffin makes her long ago dream of a loving husband and family awaken once again.

    Griffin doesn’t want Nola to go. But he tried once before to bend a woman to his dreams and he almost lost everything, so he reluctantly lets her go.

    Something’ Dirty was so hot! Wonderfully inventive love scenes, fiery glances and scorching whenever Griffin and Nola come together are just part of this story. Griffin is brought to life, a man with faults and charming to boot. Nola is a girl with a dream no matter how her heart wants to stay. A wonderful story line, a beautiful romance, I loved Somethin’ Dirty and was sorry to see it end. BAO

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2014

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