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review Lead Me On Read & Download Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Victoria Dahl Victoria Dahl Û 9 Summary Raw animal magnetismis a big red flag to prim and proper office manager Jane Morgan After a rough childhood with a mother who liked her men in prison jumpsuit orange Jane changed her name her look and her taste for bad. Jane Morgan had ruined him Ridden him hard and put him up wet He might never recoverMentally he was even worse off Who was this girl Jane Morgan is prim and proper Someday she wants to marry well live in a nice house and raise a nice family She doesn t do bad boys she shouldn t do bad boys but she cannot help being attracted to what looks to be a bad boy Chase Raw animal magnetismis a big red flag to prim and proper office manager Jane Morgan After a rough childhood with a mother who liked her men in prison jumpsuit orange Jane changed her name her look and her taste for bad boys So why is she lusting for William Chase with his tattoo covered biceps and steel toed boots The man blows things up for a living She gives herself one explosive fantasy filled night with Chase The next day it s back to plain Jane and safe men But the attraction is too strong to be ignored try as she might Will she let her defences down and allow herself some happiness in lifeLiked catching up with the characters from the previous books

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review Lead Me On Read & Download Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Victoria Dahl Victoria Dahl Û 9 Summary Boys So why is she lusting for William Chase with his tattoo covered biceps and steel toed boots The man blows things up for a livingShe gives herself one explosive fantasy filled night with Chase The next day it's back. This is the best book in this trilogy You could even read it as a stand alone since there is no on going story threading between them Here we meet Jane the very uptight admin at an architecture firm Or is she One day in walks Chase a sub contractor A 6 4 tattooed hunk of man that makes her heat up on sight Chase senses her attraction to him but she refuses to go out with him We slowly learn about Jane and her past She tries to keep her family hidden because she is ashamed of them and where she comes from Her mother married a string of prisoners and Jane herself was a product of a conjical visit Her stepfather is an ex con tho reformed and her brother is in some serious trouble with the law When Jane was a teen she became very angry with her mother for her lifestyle and lashed out by seeking the attention of men at a young age She was the girl that every one talks about and snickers at She threw herself at any guy willing to take her and she was also drinking and doing drugs As an adult she tried to erase this past by changing her name and trying to block out the shameful memories These are some of the issues that she has that keep her from going for a real relationship with Chase Chase is my favorite hero I ve read in a very long time He appears every bit the alpha but on the inside he is a gooey soft beta that just made me melt He s so caring and patient and smoking hot on top of it He understands Jane and why she keeps pushing him away His feelings do get hurt but he lets her know he cares about her and doesn t care about her past He s there whenever she is ready There are a few funny moments and we get a sweet HEA This is just a great book

Victoria Dahl Û 9 Summary

review Lead Me On Read & Download Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Victoria Dahl Victoria Dahl Û 9 Summary To plain Jane and safe menBut when her beloved brother becomes a murder suspect it's Chase who comes to her rescue And Jane discovers that a man who's been around the block knows a thing or two about uncovering the tru. Another great contemporary from DahlSo few times authors seem to get it just right but Victoria Dahl is very good at developing a real relationship In this book Jane has a mess of a past that she is ashamed of and slowly willingly and not so willingly that past is revealed to Chase It wasn t all revealed at once causing the big conflict that the characters have to get over right before the end of the book when everything is magically resolved No Here Jane is slowly revealed over time and amongst other struggles as her life falls apart around her And it s great because it s believable The affection that Chase feels for Jane is believable At first he sticks around for very different reasons curiosity and sexual attraction than he does in the middle and the end of the story It s really nice to watch a relationship develop like that In many romances the development of the relationship and the affection within the relationship can seem a little far fetched but here it was fleshed out expertly I loved reading this book A lot of people don t like Jane Chick s got issues sure But I can understand what she is going through Sometimes it s hard to sort out the you you versus the you as people see you She has a terrible past and was considered the worst kind of female dirt I can understand why she grips onto her good girl facade so hard And of course she stereotypes of course she would seeing herself in such black and white terms good girl bad girl dirt slut she would see others in black and white too which is why she needs to learn to see Chase properly I understand this struggle so I didn t hold it against Jane she had a lot to learn and work through and sometimes that is the hardest when you think what you are doing and that your outlooks are what is socially desirable Dahl does a good job in showing that what is often considered social desirable isn t what is actually the best choice Chase vs the lawyer Jane s a good character Don t be so down on herI am a big fan of the Tumble Creek Series and this book makes it official Victoria Dahl you are now my 1 favorite author on good reads I simply cannot wait for another Dahl contemporary

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  • Lead Me On
  • Victoria Dahl
  • English
  • 10 August 2018
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