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Sunday, September 5, 2010
Review - Talk Dirty To Me by Tory Richards
Title: Talk Dirty to Me
Author: Tory Richards
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
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Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
Lilly has been in love with her brother’s best friend Blake for years. She lost her virginity to the oil driller on her eighteenth birthday, only to wake the next morning to find him gone. After he pulled that stunt twice more, she swore never to see or talk to him again. But now he’s back for her brother’s wedding, and he’s as irresistible as she remembers.
Blake thinks Lilly’s even sexier than ever. Unable to resist one another, they don’t make it out of the airport parking lot before taking up where they left off. As the two rediscover their passion for each other, nothing and nowhere is off-limits!
Can her own brother be that obtuse, or is he Cupid in disguise? While answering that question does not explain the meaning of life, it could provide a little justification for putting Blake and Lilly together again in light of their shaky and volatile past. Regardless, their current circumstances make for a very entertaining few days, especially as we watch Lilly try to avoid Blake, while Blake finds every opportunity possible to play tricks and undermine Lilly's willpower.
Ms. Richards has a quick-witted gift for writing snappy dialogue, and we see her segue this into down and dirty situations sure to satisfy even the most diehard erotica fans. I loved the interaction and the foreplay between these two characters, written as it was with exquisite detail. While I wished the book could have been longer simply to spend more time with Lilly and Blake, I can truly say there was not one thing lacking by novel's end. This sweet little gem definitely deserves a Gotta Read rating.