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Let Them Talk
Releasing February 1st, 2015
Sydney Tate is writing a fictional erotic diary inspired by the town's mouthwateringly hot mayor, Matthew Stone. Then her "diary" disappears and suddenly Matthew is bringing all of Sydney's secret fantasies to life!
TALK OF THE TOWN
Armed with a seduction how-to guide, librarian Isabel Bennett is pulling out every trick in the book to tempt Sean Hawkins. The oh-so-sexy businessman is about to find out just how bad this good girl can be…
Laura Dawson is desperate to get her gorgeous neighbor, Connor Adams, into her bed. So she turns to an aphrodisiac cookbook to serve up the most tantalizing, irresistible dish Connor has ever seen herself.
There was something different in the way he looked at her today. His light blue eyes held a predatory gleam.
Impossible. The man had no interest in hunting her. It was wishful thinking on her part.
"Why are you here, Sean? I don't remember you coming into the library before." She tilted her head as she considered his lack of visits. "Do you have a library card?"
"I wanted to talk to you about your book club," he said. "I want in."
She blinked a few times. She couldn't possibly have heard that correctly. "Excuse me?"
"I want to join your book club."
He seemed serious. "Why?" The word dragged out of her mouth.
"Why do most people join a book club? To discuss books and read something out of their comfort zone."
Isabel frowned. "You only read e-mails and business magazines."
"True." Sean nodded. "Time to broaden my horizons, don't you think?"
"No. What are you up to, Sean?" She couldn't figure out what his angle could be.
"When's your next meeting?"
She straightened her shoulders. No, no, no. He wasn't going to invade her book club. She wasn't going to have him ask provocative questions or slice through her arguments. Okay, so that would be welcome in most book clubs, but she wasn't going to share her thoughts with him about these books. "It's by invitation only."
"Then invite me."
She shivered at his low and rough voice. "No."
"You wouldn't understand." Their meetings were her safe place. A time to bounce ideas off her friends and ask questions. After plenty of Sunday dinners with Sean, she knew the book club's discussions would completely deteriorate into a battle of wills if he was there.
Sean rested his chin against his hand. "Are you worried that I would learn all your secrets? Find out all the tricks and tips from your readings?"
It was a concern. Knowledge was power. These books emboldened her and she was learning how to reach out and take what she wanted. But the bold side of her wasn't fully formed, and she couldn't discuss these subjects with him until it was.
"I want to join the book club," he said firmly.
"No." Never. Not going to happen.