Molly Jenkins has one naughty little secret: her job as a bestselling erotic fiction author. Until her inspiration runs dry–thanks to a creepy ex–and it'. Talk Me Down by Victoria Dahl Let's try that description again, this time with Dahl-ripples: Molly Jenkins is an epubbed erotic fiction author. Talk Me Down. byVictoria Dahl. Publication date For print-disabled users. Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
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I found Jane Morgan to be an unpleasant character because she is so very class conscious and judgmental. Dahl seems to know that Jane's mindset is unpopular, because the character is always acknowledging her snobbery but forging ahead anyway, even when other characters point out how very misguided she is.
In childhood, Jane's mother was a "prison groupie," marrying one prisoner after another; Jane is the product of a conjugal visit. She spent her childhood writing letters to her incarcerated father, but when he disappeared after his release from jail, Jane then named Dynasty Mackenzie went a little wild at the tender age of twelve.
She took up drinking, drugs, and promiscuous sex with many, many men some twice her age , but by adulthood she has turned her life around: Unfortunately, Jane finds that she isn't attracted to respectable men, so after dumping her assistant D.
Jane propositions him for a one time hookup, a birthday gift to herself, and he accepts because, well, he's a guy, and she's a D cup. Yet when her brother is arrested and comes under suspicion for murder, Jane suddenly finds that she needs Chase: Chase is a really relatable hero, but it's hard to see why he's willing to put up with Jane's snobbishness except for the aforementioned D cup.
He drives a dusty pickup and has tattoos, so it doesn't even occur to Jane that Chase is not just a peon at his company, but the boss. Because he doesn't display books in his apartment, she assumes he's uneducated, though he's got a degree in geology and is an expert in his field.
She tells him with a brutal lack of subtlety that he's good enough for sex, but not good enough to be a partner in her carefully crafted life, and for the first three quarters of the book he just shrugs complacently, as if he didn't already know about her turbo-slut adolescence. He does, but Jane doesn't know he knows. Jane ultimately learns the error of her ways and acknowledges her hypocrisy, but I think I'd have had more respect for Chase if he hadn't waited around for her to do it.
One person found this helpful. She rejects a great guy because of his looks. I loved the ending. Mass Market Paperback Verified download.
Jane's mother had relationships with men in prison.
Due to father problems, Jane bleached her hair, wore lots of black eyeliner and slept around. At age 18 she transformed herself. She changed her name to Jane and became an office manager for an architect. She now acts prim and proper and only wants to date guys in business suits.
Chase shows up at the office with tattoo-covered biceps and steel-toed boots. Their audience and reviewing and their expectations of romance appear to be very different from ours, particularly on the issue of female sexuality. The acquisition of sexual agency in their perspective can only happen with and through the hero.
I get impatient reading about the man-whores and his incredibly naive and virginal heroine or the sexually suppressed heroine who is brought to life by the hero.
Clearly there is a huge spectrum of interests out there from plain vanilla sex to bizarre pseudo christians who believe men should beat their wives sorry, off high horse now! I feel that the breadth of reviews out there means that there is finally a corresponding breadth of books out there for people to choose from! Dude, RT gave it 2 stars? Because of the SEX?? Wait—because the heroine likes sex. Perhaps this is why urban paranormal is so popular?
Kick-ass heroines who can make their own decisions and hey…SEX. I was flabbergasted when I saw that RT and AAR had given the book such a low grade and amused that the heroine seems to be the subject of both reviewers dislike.
Her heroines are actually quite bold for an HP heroine. Nothing wrong with a hot-blooded gal who knows what she wants in the bedroom—and gets it. Oh, some people are going to hate her so much!
Sarah, I am so, so happy you liked this book. So happy. And I seriously hope you have no way of knowing how many times I will hit Refresh in the next few hours. Also, I put a magic hooha joke in there just for you Bitches, I kid you not. Really looking forward to reading this! Yay Victoria! And I think the disparate reviews are good, too. As a reader, I have few reviewers that I trust. Here and Dear Author being at the top of the list of reviews I trust.
AAR is on the opposite end of the grade spectrum than I am for almost every book we both review. I get that there are certain hot buttons for readers in the genre, but I always wonder whether readers who find robust female sexuality sluttish also have the same objection to sexually active heroes. If I am so lucky as to win — my choice is paper please! This sounds like a really good book and I have added it to my must download list…which always seems to keep growing and growing!
There are several books I thought were absolutely wonderful that they panned, and vice versa they loved, I threw at a wall. Thanks, Smart Bitches and Dear Author for reviews that can be trusted!!!!!! What I see is that the AAR reviewer thought the heroine was shallow and acted like an idiot. And in at least one case, the example is not IMO characterized at all like it happened in the book the lesbian reference, to be specific. I LOVE that she is not afraid to ask for what she wants sexually.
It is SO refreshing. I am not an author, never did well for any of my writing assignments in grade school, so my above thoughts on Mrs. Oh, and reading the reviews over the weekend made me go a get this book! Glad I signed up for this site! I have been keeping up with this site for a while, and finally signed up today. Just want to say that I downloadd this book as one of my many Christmas presents to myself, seriously, I may be keeping Borders in business single-handedly the other day and am not sitting down to read it and I already love it.
I laughed out loud. Seriously funny scenes. I usually lose interest as I have to read e-books on my desktop. While I liked the fact that Molly was very open and in love with her sexuality and sensuality, but Gah!!! That totally ruined my enjoyment of the last half of the book.
A heroine who can talk dirty, uses a vibrator, and is open about wanting sex with her potential man! Contemporary Romance , Romance Theme: Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Talk Me Down.
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Dont stop. Well, I dont know, Moll. Im kinda Take those jeans off now.