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Talk Me Down book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Molly Jennings has one naughty little secret: her job as a bestsellin. Victoria Dahl lives with her family in a small town high in the mountains. Her first novel Victoria Dahl Author () (). cover image of Talk Me Down. Harlot by Victoria Dahl Their bargain strips them down to searing passion and naked vulnerability, and Jess Harlot - Victoria greavargesnado.cf

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Molly Jennings has one naughty little secret: Until her inspiration runs dry—thanks to a creepy ex—and it's time to skip town and move back to tiny Tumble Creek, Colorado.

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Sort order. I got halfway and called it quits. I wanted to like this one, but it read too much like a run-of-the-mill HQN Blaze ish with very little story and whole lot of sex starting in the first few chapters.

Now typically I love a romances with a lot of good sex, but for me I need to get to know the characters and care about them. I also need a compelling story to glue it all together, not some shallow mystery with an obvious ending.

I didn't get any of that in this story. In all fairness I believ DNF. In all fairness I believe this story was meant to be a light, frothy and sexy contemporary romance -- which it is. If you are into those kind of romance stories than I have no doubt you will enjoy this book. View all 5 comments. Jan 12, Auntee rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Fans of hot, contemporary romance. Add me to the list of fans of Victoria Dahl's extremely sexy, and often hilarious romance, Talk Me Down.

This book was packed with sexual tension, was blessed with witty dialogue, had some laugh out loud moments, and even had an element of suspense thrown it. I was totally captivated by it, so much so that I had a hard time putting it down.

Molly Jennings writes erotic romance, is quite successful at it, but no one knows about it. Not her family or friends. No one but her editor. It's her little Add me to the list of fans of Victoria Dahl's extremely sexy, and often hilarious romance, Talk Me Down. It's her little secret, and she'd like to keep it that way.

When her writing inspiration runs dry, she decides to leave Denver and her manipulative ex and move back to her tiny hometown of Tumble Creek, Colorado where everybody knows their neighbor's business , and into the house that her late aunt left her. And if she happens to find her muse there When Molly spots former high school hunk and now Chief of Police hunk Ben Lawson at the grocery store--hello--all of a sudden Molly's inspiration is back on track.

Ben looks even better than he did ten years ago, and looking at him reminds her of the last time she saw him, when she inadvertantly walked in on him and his girlfriend Ben has always liked Molly, even though she is his best friend's little sister. And even though it's clear that Molly is very interested flirting and teasing him , he's not sure it would be wise to pursue a relationship with her.

After a sex scandal involving his father nearly destroyed his family when Ben was a teen, Ben has been sensitive to gossip and worries a lot about what other people think. He has a reputation to uphold as the Chief of Police, and doesn't even date women from the same town. But man, Molly sure is tempting, and he's no saint. Just how long can he be expected to hold out? Well, not long, as it turns out.

At first, Molly is interested in just using him for sex, while Ben is looking for a more meaningful relationship.

Molly's got issues with her family, feeling she never 'measured up' in her parents eyes and can't compare to her more successful brother. She has trouble opening up and often hides behind jokes and outrageous behavior. But Ben knows and understands the real Molly, and that's a dangerous thing.

If she falls for him, what will happen when he finds out her big secret? When a stalker threatens Molly, the romance between Ben and Molly heats up.

All Ben's naturally protective instincts kick in, and it makes Molly very aware of her growing feelings for Ben. She realizes their relationship will hit a dead end though if she doesn't reveal her secret profession to Ben, and also tell the truth about why her ex stills thinks he's her boyfriend.

Can she risk rejection and tell Ben the truth? This was one hot, yet funny read. Molly was adorable, although at times a little flighty and immature, but boy, she had some very witty dialogue. There were a few good laughs in every chapter of the book. And Ben--what a guy.

I loved how he blushed over some of Molly's comments, and he was just an all around good guy. He may have been quiet and reserved in public, but when Molly got him in the bedroom, he certainly wasn't!

They had some pretty racey bedroom and pick-up truck scenes! They made a terrific couple, even though I wished Molly would trust him enough to reveal her profession. It was often very funny whenever Ben was thinking to himself, trying to figure out what line of work Molly was in. That girl drove the poor guy crazy! I thought the suspense aspect of the book played out very well--I mean, I thought I knew who the stalker was, but then the author threw in a nice little twist.

Well done, and I didn't see it coming. This has to be one of the best contemporary romances I've read in a while, and I look forward to more books by this talented author.

View all 25 comments. Witty, sassy heroine. Tough, brooding hero. Will be checking out more by this author. View all 27 comments. When he put his hands on his hips, she could see his big gun, and not the big gun she was interested in, either. And so starts my most wonderful adventure into Hornyland. This book is a must-read!

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Another book involving a horny city girl and a pansy village guy. Nothing new to see here. No humor, no story, no character development. Only stupidity thrown around in order to fill When he put his hands on his hips, she could see his big gun, and not the big gun she was interested in, either. Only stupidity thrown around in order to fill in whatever pages. Oh the joy! I was actually planning to enjoy this, you know. Laugh a bit, wipe a tear from my eye, that sort of thing.

What did I get? Anger and a bad case of bleeding eyes! The conclusion? Everyone in this book is an idiot! My dear book how I wish you were this plastic cup So I could crush you! Jun 13, Emily May rated it really liked it Shelves: I decided to read this after discovering several shining reviews from goodreads friends.

It seems that for about a month I've struggled to read anything serious; I'm getting really into chick-lit and humour books at the moment, anyone who's seen my Julie James marathon will already know this. The story is about Molly, a writer of er I decided to read this after discovering several shining reviews from goodreads friends. The story is about Molly, a writer of erotic fiction for women, who moves back to her quiet, scandal-is-the-8th-deadly-sin home town.

There she is confronted with Ben Lawson, the police chief and the very man who has been the fuel for her erotic fantasies over the past ten years. Ben quickly becomes a welcome distraction from the weird things that keep happening to Molly But she's determined to keep her career a secret from Ben, who's sure to be put off by the kinky fantasies she has penned down. The novel was really enjoyable and I liked both Molly and Ben very much.

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Ben Lawson is both the shy cute guy and the one who turns into a super stud in the bedroom, his character is simply adorable.

There's a lot more graphic sex than a Julie James book, including scenes with vibrator use - Molly calls it Little Blue - and some hot dirty talk.

But there's also a great deal of respect between the two main characters that makes me love their relationship so much more. The stalker subplot is actually pretty scary. Imagine seeing a dark shape outside your window and thinking "no worries, the door's locked" only to discover that it isn't!

But don't worry, there's a sexy chief of police only a phone call away and he's not afraid to use that big gun of his I apologise for the innuendo but it appears to be the author's favourite - I have it on the brain now, hehe. I've heard the rest of the series is also just as impressive so I'm definitely looking forward to reading more by Victoria Dahl.

Damn entertaining! I loved Ben and his unfunny yet adorable jokes. And Molly was such a flirt! Who knew girls could be so good at dirty talking? Actually, all characters in this book were quite awesome except Cameron, who was the most annoying person EVER. Sizzling hot! One of my favorite scenes: He swallowed so hard she heard him even over her pulse.

She let her breath touch him with every word. I wanted you to send her away and tell me to make it up to you, teach me how to please you. I wanted to take you into my mouth, wanted to make you come. Ooh, and how could I forget to mention Little Blue?

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I lol-ed hard every time they mentioned it LOL. I was so tired of historical novels and pretty sick of vampires but now, I feel refreshed. Thank you so much LethalLovely Again! View all 21 comments. Apr 07, Shawna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Contemporary romance fans. I thoroughly enjoyed the clever writing, laugh-out-loud humor, and steamy hot romance.

Ben falls hard and fast for Molly and wants a serious relationship, but her secretive ways and selfish behavior cause trust issues and distance between them. Ben was waaay more patient and understanding with Molly than she deserved, and there were times that I really thought she needed a good reality smack upside the head.

Which brings me to what I loved most about this book He's a seemingly quiet, serious, conservative sheriff and a tender, caring, patient, sweet, all around good guy Let's just say he knows how to use his Stetson hat and sexy drawl for a good time!

It's a very quick, fun, and saucy read! View all 14 comments. Jan 19, jenjn79 rated it really liked it Recommended to jenjn79 by: The only reason I bought this book was because I was wandering around Borders, saw it, and remembered that a bunch of my GR friends had rated it highly.

So I thought I'd give it a try. And it was a good pick-up - a surprisingly steamy, funny contemporary romance. Talk Me Down is about Molly Jennings, an erotic romance writer, who moves back to her small hometown of Tumble Creek after a bad break-up with an boyfriend who has possibly turned into a delusional stalker.

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The experience left her unable The only reason I bought this book was because I was wandering around Borders, saw it, and remembered that a bunch of my GR friends had rated it highly. The experience left her unable to write and she hopes moving back home, and seeing sexy Ben Lawson - her crush from her teenage years - will inspire her to write again.

And she's right. One look at Ben and her juices are flowing - metaphorically and literally. Ben resists her flirtatious advances at first. He has no intention of getting involved in a steamy affair that would most likely end in uncomfortable times after and make him the focus of local gossip something he detests after his father's exploits.

But the heat between them is too much for Ben to resist. The ensuing problem though is that Ben wants more from Molly and she keeps treating him like a fling.

Because Molly has secrets. No one knows what she does for a living and she's afraid to tell Ben, the object of her first novella. Things get dicey when someone starts stalking Molly. Still, Molly is too scared to tell Ben, and Ben is tired of being lied to. This was almost a 5-star read for me.

The one thing that kept me from absolutely loving it was that I didn't entirely like Molly. Not that I disliked her, but the way she treated Ben annoyed me. It was like he was just a sex object to her. She would purposely seduce him any time he got determined to try and talk to her and the way she refused to tell him anything about herself at times just ruined the whole bond that developed between them.

Plus, I wished they'd had a big talk at the end to resolve the issues between them. Their HEA felt a little superficial for me. So those things kept this book from reaching 5-star status. But it was a fun book to read. It's light-hearted and funny at times, but not so much that it's a fluff read. The sex was super hot, which I wasn't expecting. And I just loved the character of Ben. He was one of those genuine good guys that's enjoyable to read about.

I just wished Molly had treated him a little better. The plot had some nice surprises to it. I was semi-surprised when a certain thing happened. It was a nice twist. The stalker thing isn't all that original, but Dahl made the story interesting and readable. I'll definitely be looking for the follow-up to this book, Start Me Up which will feature Molly's brother Quinn and her friend Lori. Feb 03, Stacia the club rated it really liked it Shelves: Say it out loud: Talk Me Down was a good time.

The story was basic, the mystery was easily solved, and I doubt I'll remember much else about the book other than the fact that it was cute, funny, and sexy. Sometimes that's all I need, especially after reading one extremely emotional book, one lengthy high fantasy, and a book with characters who made me want to sit in a corn Say it out loud: Sometimes that's all I need, especially after reading one extremely emotional book, one lengthy high fantasy, and a book with characters who made me want to sit in a corner and rock back and forth with horror okay, so it wasn't quite that bad, but still Ben and Molly may not have been high-brow and I loved that about them.

The small-town setting and quirky characters made everything that much more endearing. Some have said this book was a bit more steamy than the usual mainstream but I wasn't complaining. The story itself revolved around an erotica writer trying to keep her job a secret from the gossips who moved back to the small town she grew up in, and the police chief who had always had a fascination with the now-grown woman he'd known as a teen.

Ben's fascination turned to suspicion as he tried to find out the secret his new flame was keeping from him, which of course lead to a few capers along the way yes, I actually used the word capers. Molly's gung-ho approach to roping the man she had her eyes on was downright amusing to watch. She was determined to get her way and she made no apologies for it.

Whether she was accidentally setting off sirens during a steamy make-out session, or haphazardly almost choking on water in the shower, Molly had a flair for the dramatic, intentional or not. I watched it all unfold with great amusement. Encouraged, she started to move seductively toward him, but her bunny slippers slapped the floor and he blinked from his trance.

The truck shook when he bounced up and down to hitch up his jeans. Molly blinked, leaning forward. I'll set up a drunk-driving checkpoint just for him.

View all 11 comments. Jun 27, Summer rated it liked it Shelves: Talk Me Down was a rather cute story about a young woman named Molly, moving back to the small town she grew up in after living in the city. Tumble Creek is an extremely small town near Aspen, CO where during the winter the entire city is literally closed off from the world. Molly has enjoyed living in Denver for many years and her career as an erotic fiction writer has given her stability and freedom from having to rely on anyone.

However, after her aunt dies she's willed to own the house and d Talk Me Down was a rather cute story about a young woman named Molly, moving back to the small town she grew up in after living in the city. However, after her aunt dies she's willed to own the house and decides to pack up and move back home. But moving back also means moving back to her childhood crush Ben Lawson who's now become chief of police.

They both realize soon after meeting again that their mutual attraction has not gone away over the years. But living in a small town has it's own troubles and with winter coming there's no escape. I though this book was really cute. I thought it could be longer and towards the end it felt rushed to me, but overall for a contemporary romance I really liked it. The part where Ben took those pictures of her I thought I was going to cry it was so sweet. I'd definitely try and get a hold of the next one.

View 2 comments. Jan 24, Amber rated it really liked it Shelves: Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Talk Me Down.

Talk Me Down Tumble Creek 1 Victoria Dahl In this site is not the similar as a solution directory you download in a tape stock or download off the web. Until her inspiration runs dry thanks to a creepy ex and it's time Free shipping over Victoria Dahl has 42 books on Goodreads with ratings. Dont stop. Well, I dont know, Moll. Im kinda Take those jeans off now. When her writing inspiration runs dry, she decides to leave Denver and her manipulative ex and move back to her tiny hometown of Tumble Creek, Colorado where everybody knows their neighbor's business , and into the house that her late aunt left her.

And if she happens to find her muse there When Molly spots former high school hunk and now Chief of Police hunk Ben Lawson at the grocery store--hello--all of a sudden Molly's inspiration is back on track. Ben looks even better than he did ten years ago, and looking at him reminds her of the last time she saw him, when she inadvertantly walked in on him and his girlfriend Ben has always liked Molly, even though she is his best friend's little sister.

And even though it's clear that Molly is very interested flirting and teasing him , he's not sure it would be wise to pursue a relationship with her. After a sex scandal involving his father nearly destroyed his family when Ben was a teen, Ben has been sensitive to gossip and worries a lot about what other people think.

He has a reputation to uphold as the Chief of Police, and doesn't even date women from the same town. But man, Molly sure is tempting, and he's no saint. Just how long can he be expected to hold out? Well, not long, as it turns out. At first, Molly is interested in just using him for sex, while Ben is looking for a more meaningful relationship. Molly's got issues with her family, feeling she never 'measured up' in her parents eyes and can't compare to her more successful brother.After a sex scandal involving his father nearly destroyed his family when Ben was a teen, Ben has been sensitive to gossip and worries a lot about what other people think.

That's not the fault of the book, though, so much as me picking it up even knowing it'd be steamier than my usual fare. I think it's great when you can enjoy a book's characters as much as any other element the plotting, setting, etc. I thoroughly enjoyed the clever writing, laugh-out-loud humor, and steamy hot romance. Christine Marie.