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LET THEM TALK
SUSANNA CARR
ISBN-13: 978-0-373-79838-4
February 2015
Harlequin Blaze
www.harlequin.com
Paperback
$5.50 US / $6.25 CAN
222 Pages
Romance
Rating: 4 Cups

The Diary

Risking her job is the last thing reporter Sydney Tate wants after losing her last one, even though she is finding it very hard to get her mind off of the town’s hunky interim mayor.

All eyes are on Matthew Stone, and if he wants to win the election he needs to focus on work, not a certain sexy reporter.

The Blacklist Book Club is making it very hard for Sydney to stop thinking of Matthew. Seedling is a small town with more than its fair share of gossip, which is the last thing either Sydney or Matthew need. Their careers may be on the line, but it is their hearts that will suffer the most if this all goes wrong.

Desire as strong as Sydney and Matthew’s is not easily ignored, and once tasted, is even harder to let go.

Talk of the Town

Librarian Isabel Bennett is the quintessential good girl; an image she is now trying desperately to change.

No longer the angry kid whose emotions were out of control, Sean Hawkins is a man who prides himself on being calm, cool, and collected.

Isabel wants to break out of the mold the entire town has put her in. And following through on her feelings for Sean seems like the perfect way to go. Sean’s quiet little life that he works so hard to maintain, is about to go up in flames, and a sultry little librarian is holding the match.

Sean is a hard man to read, and dishonest not only with Isabel, but with himself. Isabel is really brave for wanting to expand her horizons, which for a small town girl is often very hard to do.

Craving You

Trouble has a way of following Laura Dawson like a stray dog. One she can never seem to shake.

Buying a house is a huge deal for Connor Adams. The constant moving around as a child makes this feel like he is finally putting down roots.

Dawson’s Diner is a town landmark, with all of the Dawson women being great cooks and bakers, except Laura. She marches to her own drummer, even if she secretly longs for a very traditional man. Connor wants the whole deal; wife, kids, and a white picket fence, which means Laura should definitely be hands off. The only problem is everyone else pales in comparison.

Laura may be the black sheep of her family, but I love that she owns it. Her relationship with Connor is bound to create sparks, which is never a bad thing!

The small town vibe runs deep in Seedling, Washington. A fact that makes it very hard to break out of the role everyone is assigned. The women in this story begin their transformation with a renegade book club, and as a fellow book lover, I think this is a fantastic way to start! Knowledge is power, and if these men know what is good for them they better get caught up on their reading.

Lototy
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