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Copperhead Road (Southern Beaus #3)

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Everyone in Bay Mignon knows the Truitts are white-trash bad news, generations of moon-shiners and drug runners, and none more so than handsome Bolt Truitt. Rumor insists some of the fifteen years he’s been away were spent in prison. Cameron Fontaine knows that’s true. But he also knows the town doesn’t know the real Bolt.

Cameron does. He’s loved Bolt since they were both...more
ebook, 112 pages
Published March 2009 by Amber Allure (first published 2009)
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I really wish we got to know the characters more before they had sex together! That was really annoying me in the beginning because it means more when you can truly picture them and understand their hearts. But once I finished the book I understood why it was written that way. I really really liked the book. Thought it was fantastic. Liked the MC's!. Loved seeing Brian and David again. Liked this book more than The Wolfe Proxy.
Started with prose so purple it glowed in the dark, and a quite far fetched story. The latter remained, but later, the author cut back on the flowers and kittens a little, and added an element of fantasy, and it got better. The end was very sweet, but the dash of ironic spice added to it cut of the saccharine edge, so I ended up enjoying it nevertheless.
Well, it's an okay read although I have to admit that the fact that the two men have not seen each other for 15 years and then continue, as quick as possible, as lovers is just too lovey dovey for my taste. But again, it's an okay read ... cannot say that I hate it or anything.
Jess Candela
Good plot premise, but poorly written with overly florid prose that was unintentionally funny. Plus used incorrect words, such as 'invincible' when it was clear 'inevitable' was the correct word.
A little predictable but I'm enjoying the series so I'm finding these characters entertaining as well as the brief appearances of the previous MC's from the first books.

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T. D. McKinney was born with eclectic tastes. Author, artist, web designer - those tastes show in the careers she's chosen.

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