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Also by Victoria Dahl:

Taking The Heat, August 2015
Flirting With Disaster/Fanning The Flames, February 2015
Looking for Trouble, August 2014
Fanning the Flames, July 2014
So Tough To Tame, October 2013
Too Hot to Handle, April 2013
Be Mine, February 2013
Close Enough To Touch, September 2012
Real Men Will, October 2011
Bad Boys Do, September 2011
Good Girls Don't, September 2011
It's Always Been You, August 2011
The Guy Next Door, March 2011
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Midnight Kiss, November 2010
A Little Bit Wild, August 2010
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Crazy For Love, July 2010
Lead Me On, January 2010
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Highland Beast, September 2009
One Week As Lovers, August 2009
Start Me Up, July 2009
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Lords Of Desire, February 2009
Talk Me Down, January 2009
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To Tempt A Scotsman, August 2007

Talk Me Down
Victoria Dahl

What happens when the girl next door isn’t so innocent?

HQN Books
January 2009
On Sale: January 1, 2009
Featuring: Molly Jennings; Ben Lawson
384 pages
ISBN: 0373773560
EAN: 9780373773565
Mass Market Paperback
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Molly Jennings might look like the girl next door, but she has one naughty little secret: her job. Molly is a very successful writer of erotic fiction. Until her inspiration runs dry—thanks to a creepy ex—and she decides it’s time to move back home to tiny Tumble Creek, Colorado.

Tumble Creek doesn’t have much going for it, but one look at luscious chief of police Ben Lawson, who starred in her girlhood dreams, and Molly is back in business. But while her fantasies are pouring out on paper, the town gossip is buzzing at her door and, worse yet, a stalker seems to be watching her every move. Thankfully, her very own lawman has taken to coming over, often. The only problem now is that Molly may have to let the cat out of the bag about her chosen profession, and straight-laced Ben will definitely not approve…


4 comments posted.

Re: Talk Me Down

If you can do all that ith historicals why can't you do it with contemporaries also?
I remember hearing about pirates inthe news not too long ago, and there are still girls who are forced into marriages. I say go for it, sounds like an awesome idea.
(Breia Brickey 1:15pm January 19, 2009)

I don't know about giving up the vampires..they are my favorite. Maybe your trilogy deserves a second look.
Vikki Parman 5:05pm January 19, 2009)

I say go for the vampires. I agree with Vikki, they are my favorite, too. Thanks.
Roberta Harwell 6:49pm January 19, 2009)

I agree with you on the historicals. Yes
there are pirates, highwaymen and forced
marriages, but in the current context,
there isn't much romantic about them.
Patricia Barraclough 8:40pm January 19, 2009)

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