Switch Me On

Switch Me On

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by Jule McBride
     
 

Some girls are made for the city

Successful voice-over artist Ari Madden has been planning her escape from Blackwater Inlet for years. In three more weeks, she's making tracks—away from her cloying family, the gossip mill and her rep for rejecting local men who threaten her dreams. So it's defnitely the wrong time for a total stranger to start

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Some girls are made for the city

Successful voice-over artist Ari Madden has been planning her escape from Blackwater Inlet for years. In three more weeks, she's making tracks—away from her cloying family, the gossip mill and her rep for rejecting local men who threaten her dreams. So it's defnitely the wrong time for a total stranger to start delivering sexy shocks to her lady-circuits.

Bruno Brandt meant to unwind in his new getaway cabin in Podunkville, not get recharged by a red-hot woman with small-town blues. Outrageous, sultry Ari sparks him like a live wire, though, convincing him their fling will never be enough. He's a world-class whiz when it comes to anything electric, but can he do what no man ever has before—jump-start Ari's desire to commit?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781460339572
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
09/10/2014
Series:
Cosmo Red-Hot Reads from Harlequin
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
196 KB

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Switch Me On 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
onlyminordetails More than 1 year ago
My Thoughts: I'm not sure what it was about this story, but I had a hard time really getting into it. I guess what it comes down to for me is that it could have been better. For a Cosmo Red Hot Reads book, it kind of fell a little flat, but only a little. It was still good. The relationship between Ari and Bruno had its moments and you are definitely intrigued. There are some lovely scenes between them, sweet and passionate. You want to see everything work out for them in the end and you cheer for it. Ari isn't perfect like her twin sister, and that's fine because she is who she is and she makes no apology for it. Switch Me On is a nice little story. I was compelled enough to keep reading Ari and Bruno's story, even though there were moments I got a little bored. However, I did enjoy it enough that I would like to see what else Julie McBride has up her sleeve. My Rating: Pretty Good