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Thu
Aug 14 2014 8:30am

First Look: Lauren Dane’s The Best Kind of Trouble (August 26, 2014)

The Best Kind of Trouble by Lauren DaneLauren Dane
The Best Kind of Trouble
Harlequin HQN / August 26, 2014 / $7.99 print / digital

She has complete control…and he's determined to take it away

A librarian in the small town of Hood River, Natalie Clayton's world is very nearly perfect. After a turbulent childhood and her once-wild ways, life is now under control. But trouble has a way of turning up unexpectedly—especially in the tall, charismatically sexy form of Paddy Hurley….

And Paddy is the kind of trouble that Natalie has a taste for.

Even after years of the rock-and-roll lifestyle, Paddy never forgot the two wickedly hot weeks he once shared with Natalie. Now he wants more…even if it means tempting Natalie and her iron-grip control. But there's a fine line between well-behaved and misbehaved—and the only compromise is between the sheets! 

Librarian Natalie Clayton has lived quite a life. She was abandoned as a toddler by her mother and sent to live with her father, who has been an addict her whole life. The fact that she has a trust fund and lived in the suburbs made the reality of the life she was living on the inside of that house even more appalling.

[So what kind of trouble does she get in?]

Mon
Jul 14 2014 12:30pm

Reading Is Sexy: Hot Librarians from Dahl, McKenna, and Dane!

Looking for Trouble by Victoria DahlThe pairing of a bad boy, tattoos, piercings, and all, with a ‘good girl’ librarian is a perfect blend of popular male and female fantasies, right? But what happens when the “girl” isn't quite so good? What if underneath all those “pearl-buttoned cardigans” lies the desires of real women, vixens even, ready to strut their stuff? Cara McKenna, Victoria Dahl, and Lauren Dane all take a look at this phenomenon in varying ways and show us just exactly what's possible when a librarian lets down her chignon-styled hair and decides to let loose.

In envisioning a librarian, her outward appearance typically comes across demure, or uptight even. It’s important to understand that a neatly coiffed up-do and modest-length pencil skirt are not merely elements of a professional facade though; the wardrobe also offers an element of protection from the outside world. In Dahl’s Looking for Trouble, Sophie Heyer has worked hard to maintain a certain image, fighting against the backdrop of a small town knowing her mother had run off with another woman’s husband. Determined to prove she’s a very different person, Sophie assembles herself daily in vintage style, including “dresses and kitten heels.”

[Ready to check out a few books?...]

Thu
Jul 10 2014 10:00am

First Look: Victoria Dahl’s Looking for Trouble (July 29, 2014)

Looking for Trouble by Victoria DahlVictoria Dahl
Looking for Trouble
Harlequin HQN / July 29, 2014 / $7.99 print, digital

A good reason to be bad…

Librarian Sophie Heyer has walked the straight and narrow her entire life to make up for her mother's mistakes. But in tiny Jackson Hole, Wyoming, juicy gossip doesn't just fade away. Falling hard for the sexiest biker who's ever ridden into town would undo everything she's worked for. And to add insult to injury, the alluring stranger is none other than Alex Bishop—the son of the man Sophie's mother abandoned her family for. He may be temptation on wheels, but Sophie's not looking for trouble!

Maybe Sophie's buttoned-up facade fools some, but Alex knows a naughty smile when he sees one. Despite their parents' checkered pasts, he's willing to take some risks to find out the truth about the town librarian. He figures a little fling might be just the ticket to get his mind off his own family drama. But what he finds underneath Sophie's prim demeanor might change his world in ways he never expected.

There’s nothing like a little family drama to quickly put a damper on a flirtation that might prove very promising. There’s also danger in an identity that could add to the detriments already involved. These two scenarios combine to kick off Victoria Dahl’s Looking for Trouble and begin the attraction between Alex Bishop and Sophie Heyer. It could be the start of something beautiful or signal that they’re on a road to nowhere before things can get really good. Even worse is the potential for all of the bad family blood to continue to mount into anger and resentment of epic proportions, blocking the hero and heroine from the ability to explore all of the wonderful, sexy possibilities.

Sophie knows exactly who Alex is and that she shouldn’t pursue anything with him. But the bad boy on his motorcycle is a hard...really hard…. thing to turn down.

[And we don't want her to...]