Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Julie Harrington, Something to Talk About

Title:  Something to Talk About 
Author:  Julie Harrington 
Rating:  Four Siren Stones

Genre:  Western Contemporary Romance
Keywords:  Yellow Rosebud, Spicy
Page Count:  224       
ISBN E-Book:  978-1-61217-113-5
Price:  $3.99
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press
Reviewer:  Nikki


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 trouble.  He hasn't lived down his bad boy days yet and he has no intention of resurrecting them now. But when Ann asks for his help, he can't refuse. Especially since the preacher's daughter has suddenly become a fireball of temptation.

Mitchell's determined to keep his role in Ann's research hands-off, but Ann has plans of her own. She intends to show Mitchell what's he's missing—and that being bad with the right person can be o-o-o-oh so good. 


When a good girl is ready to have some fun, to be bad, the whole town better watch out!

Annabelle wants to get rid of her image.  She's been a good girl, a preacher's daughter, and far too sheltered.  It's about time to turn things around, but she isn't even sure what she's doing.  When it comes down to it, all Ann wants is to not be so alone.  It's hard when everyone has certain expectations and no one truly understands how you feel.

Mitch rescues Ann from herself, on a night when men are on the prowl.  He doesn't mean to get caught up in her troubles, but there he is anyway, right smack dab in the middle of it.  He could show her a thing or two, but he's trying to keep his responsibilities and not go back to his bad boy days.

When a good girl meets bad boy and the roles seem to be reversed, there really is Something to Talk About!  This book is a blast.  The characters are fun, Ann and Mitch have some learning and life exploring to do, and they just might be good for each other.  It's a lighthearted, enchanting story that keeps readers engaged. 

1 comment:

Julie Harrington said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed my book! Ann and Mitchell were so much fun to write and I'm thrilled to see you found their romance fun and enchanting! Thanks for the review!

Julie Harrington