Tempting Talk

Tempting Talk

by Sara Whitney

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Overview

Can a vivacious radio goddess and an all-work accountant turn up the volume on their future, or willthey decide the numbers don't add up?

Deejay Mabel Bowen rocks the morning airwaves, but once she signs off, she's happy going home alone; a long-ago humiliation taught her that women in the public eye should be cautious about dating. Then she meets the Clark Kent-ish accountant overseeing the sale of her radio station and starts wondering if she should break her own "girl, don't date him" rules.

Since he was a teenager, Jake Carey has worked to lift his family out of poverty, and he's now on the verge of a promotion that'll secure their financial future. Why, then, is he so quick to set aside his spreadsheets whenever the gorgeous morning show host is around? After years of using work as an excuse to avoid searching for emotional connections, he's now jumping at every chance to spend time with Mabel and her maple syrup voice.

Despite their initial reservations, Mabel and Jake move from conversations over coffee to flirty office lunches to a night out that obliterates all their previously drawn lines. Then a professional betrayal sends Mabel fleeing back to the safety of her single-girl rules. But Jake isn't ready to give up on this once-in-a-lifetime love and sets out to balance their work/life books.

Tempting Talk, a 2019 RWA© Golden Heart© award finalist, is book 3 in Sara Whitney's feisty, funny contemporary romance series, Tempt Me. Turn up your favorite playlist and get reading!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162712565
Publisher: LoveSpark Press
Publication date: 03/18/2020
Series: Tempt Me , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 290,451
File size: 717 KB

About the Author

Sara Whitney writes sassy, sexy contemporary romance novels packed with wit, heat, and heart. A 2019 RWA Golden Heart award finalist, Sara worked as a newspaper reporter and film critic before she earned her Ph.D. and landed in academia. She’s a good pinball player, a so-so karaoke singer, and an expert TV opinion-haver.

In a funny twist of fate, Sara’s married to a divorce attorney, and she likes to think that her happily-ever-afters keep their household in balance. She and her husband live in the Midwest surrounded by books, cats, and half-empty coffee cups.

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