Too Hot to Handle

Too Hot to Handle

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This good girl's going bad…. Merry Kade has always been the good girl. The best friend. The one who patiently waits for the guy to notice her. Well, no more. Merry has just scored her dream job, and it's time for her life to change. As the new curator of a museum in Wyoming, she'll supervise a lot of restoration work. Luckily she's found the perfect contractor for the job. Shane Harcourt can't believe that someone wants to turn a beat-up ghost town into a museum attraction. After all, the last thing he needs is the site of his dream ranch turning into a tourist trap. He'll work on the project, if only to hasten its failure…until the beautiful, quirky woman in charge starts to change his mind. For the first time ever, Merry has a gorgeous stud hot on her heels. But can she trust this strong, silent man, even if he is a force of nature in bed? When Shane's ulterior motives come out, he'll need to prove to Merry that a love like theirs may be too hot to handle, but it's impossible to resist.
Publisher: [S.l.]: Harlequin, 2013
Description: 384 p
ISBN: 9781460309797
Additional Contributors: 3M Company

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doylej
Sep 01, 2014

Although I liked Merry (from the Grace/Colt book), I don't think I had a huge impression of her and, I have to admit, I wasn't overly interested in reading her story. That lasted all of two seconds. I picked this book up and didn't put it down until I finished it (at, oh, 3 in the morning; sigh). I'm not a huge fan of exclamation points in dialogue, but Victoria Dahl's use of them in this situation was PERFECT. I found Merry's awkwardness overwhelmingly endearing and Shane's somewhat dazed reaction to her equally -- maybe even more -- so.

This book was heading towards a perfect 5 for me up until the very ending. The conflict was, though, expected, expertly handled -- Shane did *exactly* what I'd hoped he would do. But I felt like the resolution after that was a bit rushed; I felt like with just one or two more chapters, it would have been perfect. Still, I've just requested #3 in the series, and if it lives up to #s 1 and 2, this one will be a keeper for me.

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doylej
Sep 01, 2014

Although I liked Merry (from the Grace/Colt book), I don't think I had a huge impression of her and, I have to admit, I wasn't overly interested in reading her story. That lasted all of two seconds. I picked this book up and didn't put it down until I finished it (at, oh, 3 in the morning; sigh). I'm not a huge fan of exclamation points in dialogue, but Victoria Dahl's use of them in this situation was PERFECT. I found Merry's awkwardness overwhelmingly endearing and Shane's somewhat dazed reaction to her equally -- maybe even more -- so.

This book was heading towards a perfect 5 for me up until the very ending. The conflict was, though, expected, expertly handled -- Shane did *exactly* what I'd hoped he would do. But I felt like the resolution after that was a bit rushed; I felt like with just one or two more chapters, it would have been perfect. Still, I've just requested #3 in the series, and if it lives up to #s 1 and 2, this one will be a keeper for me.

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