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Something To Talk About

4.07  ·  Rating Details ·  15 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Born-to-be-bland meets born-to-be-wild...

Annabelle Leahey is ready to be bad. Fed up with quilting bees and bridge clubs, Ann has to change or grow old alone. But going from bashful to bold won't be easy—especially since thong underwear is her idea of risqué. So Ann needs a guide, and rancher Mitchell Black is the perfect candidate.

The last thing Mitchell needs is more tro
ebook, 224 pages
Published April 18th 2012 by The Wild Rose Press
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Christi Snow
Apr 19, 2012 Christi Snow rated it it was amazing
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This was a really fun and entertaining read. Ann is 24 years old. She's a virgin. She works at the local bookstore in this small town. She was the preacher's daughter and has always been a good girl. Most nights, that means she's home in her pj's at 7:00 at night. The owner of the bookstore knows that she's stuck in a rut and needs a push. So she makes a deal with Ann....Ann needs to get out and live a little and if she does that, then Ann can have the bookstore.

Mitchell was the town's
Oct 12, 2016 poppy rated it really liked it
this was a fun read i really enjoyed it a lovely book recommended
Christina Reph
Oct 14, 2016 Christina Reph rated it it was amazing
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I was generously provided an arc in exchange for a honest review. Annabelle Leahey is tried of being the good girl, the preachers daughter. She wants to shake up her life. But not knowing how she gets herself in trouble at a bar. Thank goodness for bad boy turned good Mitchell Black. But Mitch makes Ann see she needs someone to help her, him. Mitch is just looking forward to his younger brothers moving out so he can finally be alone, or so he says. Helping Ann shouldn't be to hard she younger ...more
Oct 15, 2012 Tracy rated it it was amazing
Loved this book and I THINK, out of all the "get back together" scenes I have read, which are many, this is THE BEST one yet! I love how JHarrinton did it. I could just see Mitchell standing there doing what he was doing! Annabelle is a sweetheart and Mitchell was quite hard headed, but he made up for it! Again,... LOVED IT!
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