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Reader Review: Start Me Up is the second book in the Colorado series, I liked the story line romantic scenes along with a mystery of who done it. Once again I could not put the book down. Its another great book by Victoria Dahl.
Lori had always planned to get out of tiny Tumble Creek, Colorado, but when her late dad left her his beloved auto body shop, she'd stayed. Now, according to her crazy best friend, Molly, what Lori needs is some excitement, in the form of hot, no-strings-attached sex...and lots of it.
Quinn Jennings has buildings on the brain--not love and romance. A serious architect, he's delighted to discover that Lori is willing to skip dating protocols and head straight for the sheets. And aided by the steamy books on Lori's bedside table, he's busy indulging both of their wildest fantasies. But when life in Tumble Creek takes a dangerous turn for Lori, Quinn's protective instincts kick in.
Suddenly he cares . More than either of them ever expected...
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|Title of Romance eBook: Start Me Up||Series: Tumble Creek, , #2|
|Release Date: 07-01-2009|
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|Publisher: HQN Books|
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Start Me Up
Lori Love ignored the purring voice and gave the mounting bolt on the transmission of the old Ford one last turn, laying all her weight against the wrench.
"Oh, yeah. Work it, darlin'."
When the bolt felt tight enough, Lori wiggled the body part in question and tossed a grin over her shoulder toward the blonde behind her.
Her best friend, Molly, leered, eyebrows raised in suggestive appreciation. "Do fries go with that shake, girl?"
Lori stood and set the wrench on her tool chest. "I had no idea this look got you so hot." She smiled up at Ben Lawson, standing behind Molly and very pointedly looking at the ceiling. "You should get some coveralls, Ben. Molly likes them."
He rolled his eyes. "Are we done talking about Lori's ass yet?"
"Oo, I don't know," Molly cooed. "It's so cute and perky. Doesn't it just make you think about"
"You," Ben interrupted, "are the strangest girlfriend I've ever had."
Lori nodded in agreement. "She's a strange girl, all right, but then you've been sheltered in this small town. Now, Moll, did you come here just to ogle my bottom, or is there something else I can do for you today? Lube job, maybe?"
They both descended into snorting laughter while Ben resumed staring at the ceiling in disgust. He was slightly more mature than the two of them put together. Good thing, considering he was the chief of police.
"I actually stopped by for a different reason," Molly answered. "Quinn's finally acknowledged that he can't fix his backhoe. He needs help. I'm hoping you'll stop by his place."
Thinking of Molly's older brother, Lori frowned. "Quinn's an architect. Why in the world does he own a backhoe? And why would he think he can fix it himself?"...
Title: Start Me Up
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
1 of 2 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Second in the Series
February 15, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Mayfield, US
Start reading V. Dahl with "Talk Me Down", an awesome read featuring Molly and Ben. Then you'll have the setting and a little back story for #2, "Start Me Up" with Lori (Molly's best friend) and Quinn (Molly's absent-minded architect brother).
This excellent second in a series has what the first one does: wit, a mystery to be solved, and a lot of heat between the characters. No spoilers here, just a recommendation of a very fun book to pass a couple hours.
Start Me Up
February 3, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from WEST HOXTON, NSW AUS
Start Me Up is the second book in the Colorado series, I liked the story line romantic scenes along with a mystery of who done it. Once again I could not put the book down. Its another great book by Victoria Dahl.
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