Sunday, March 10, 2013

Kissin' Tell by Lorelei James

Kissin' Tell (Rough Riders, #13)Kissin' Tell by Lorelei James
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

When Georgia Hotchkiss moves back to Sundance, Wyoming temporarily she is uncertain to the welcome she will receive. Not surprised when she is treated the like the town pariah when she sees her fellow classmates. Georgia readily admits that she made mistakes in high school, she was the cheerleader and girlfriend to the hottest jock in school and was completely absorbed in that relationship not making room for friends.

Tell McKay had a huge crush on Georgia in highschool, she played him with beautiful smile and feminine wiles getting him to volunteer or help with her homework. Tell learned a valuable lesson though, he never wanted to be played again and when Georgia returns he feels himself turning back into that horny teenager wanting to get Georgia in his bed. When she asks him to attend the reunion wanting to get a little revenge as well as maybe have a good time, Tell is willing to be her right hand man but he has conditions of his own if she is willing to agree.

I gave this a 3.5, not my favorite out of the series and I struggled a bit with Georgia and the vehemence people treated her with. I also thought it was interesting that she is described as shy but she is pretty ferocious with Tell so it conflicted a bit for me.

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