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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Feature and Giveaway: The Girl’s Guide to (Man)Hunting by Jessica Clare

Once, Miranda felt a little exposed...

Miranda Hill can't believe her eyes--her cocky ex-boyfriend, pro hockey player Dane Croft, is back in Bluebonnet, Texas, after all these years. He ditched her--and their little town--just as some rather shocking photos showed up on the Internet for everyone to see. Miranda wasn't so lucky. Stuck in Bluebonnet and left to fend for herself, she's never really shaken the scandal--or his betrayal. After nine long years, Dane's back, and she has the chance to turn the tables on him...

It's time she gets even.

Former NHL hotshot playboy Dane Croft has returned home to open a survival training school on an old ranch and reinvent himself. When his former high-school girlfriend enrolls in the program, he has no idea that Miranda's plan is to get him in a compromising position--not the one he's imagining, anyway. But soon Miranda realizes that to carry out her deviously sexy revenge, she'll have to get up close and personal with Dane all over again. Being a good girl got her nowhere for nine years; now it's time to be a little naughty. But falling in love with the man who broke her heart was never part of the plan...


Places to Purchase:
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Check out my review here.

Check out the next book in Jessica's Bluebonnet series:
Click on cover for more info. 


This is a pen name for Jill Myles.

Jill Myles has been an incurable romantic since childhood. She reads all the 'naughty parts' of books first, looks for a dirty joke in just about everything, and thinks to this day that the Little House on the Prairie books should have been steamier.

After devouring hundreds of paperback romances, mythology books, and archaeological tomes, she decided to write a few books of her own - stories with a wild adventure, sharp banter, and lots of super-sexy situations. She prefers her heroes alpha and half-dressed, her heroines witty, and she loves nothing more than watching them overcome adversity to fall into bed together.

Places to find Jessica:


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  • Leave a comment answering the question: What do you think of books set in small towns? Love em or hate em? 
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25 comments :

  1. I actually love small town settings. I've always been fascinated with how small towns work, how everyone knows everyone, how quirky they seem to be. I've always lived in a big city setting that small towns seem so alien to me. I think feeling that sense of community and connection would be amazing. But... I'm sure someone who grew up in a small town would tell me everyone knowing your business is overrated lol
    Every book I've read that had small towns always had the funniest, but nosiest, characters that I loved.

    sharocks13@yahoo.com

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  2. Thanks for the great post and giveaway! I've read such great reviews for this book, I've definitely added it to my wishlist :)

    I love books set in a small town. I don't, and probably never will, so the ideal of a small town definitely appeals to me. "where everyone knows your name" sounds awesome!

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  3. I've never lived in a really small town so it is fun to read stories set in them.

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  4. I love small town settings. Everyone is more familar with each other. Also if it is series you still get to follow along with the stories of the others. Usually everyone knows everyone and the gossip is always so funny. I have lived in a big city and also small town and love my small town. Thanks for the giveaway.
    christinebails@yahoo.com

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  5. I grew up in a very small town. We moved to a very small town to raise our boys until the youngest was 13. Now, we live in a bigger town, but we still know our neighbors. So I suppose we will always be small town people even if we dont live in one. I love the story settings to be small town. But really, well written characters, fun story writing, sexy and hot, I will be reading it. Small town or no. :-) lisakhutson (at) [cox] {dot} net

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  6. I love stories with small town settings. This book sounds great!

    Thank you for the giveaway! :)

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  7. I love stories set in small towns--I feel more connected to the characters. Plus, I'm from a small town, so I can totally relate. :) Sounds like a great book!

    Enjoy
    TBQ
    TBQ's Book Palace

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  8. My current WIP is set in a small town in Oklahoma, so yes, I love small town settings. :) Plus, I moved away from the city (Dallas) almost 6 years ago to live a small town. Love it.

    Congratulations on the release, too.

    Marika
    maw1725@gmail.com

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  9. I really enjoy stories set in small towns...I think its because the stories are so different than the smallish town I live in, lol! I love seeing the closeness of the community in the books :)

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  10. I really enjoy stories set in small towns. Everyone seems friendly, they all help each other but the bad part is everybody knows your business.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. Small towns? I'm for the idea. I probably prefer them for a few sub romance genres.

    Thanks for sharing about the book and for the giveaway opportunity.

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  12. I love books with small town settings. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. Small town settings are great! It makes for more tension if there's no where for the characters to run and hide from each other or from local town gossip.

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  14. I really enjoy books set in small towns. Having always lived in big busy cities I find small towns to be so quaint and charming. (Part of me really wants to move to one!) They take me back to a simpler time, and I think they can be a good backdrop for a great story.

    Kelli
    krolvaag@gmail.com

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  15. As long as the book is well-written, it makes no difference if it's a small town or big city;)

    Wendy/books4me

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  16. I love stories set in a small town since it's an environment I can identify with... I never left my small town:)

    yadkny@hotmail.com

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  17. I enjoy books set in small towns, they're fun.

    robindpdx(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  18. I like books that are set in small towns. Having grown up in a big city, it's interesting to see the quirks that go on in small towns. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. I love both. I grew up in a small town and can relate to the storyline where everyone in town knows everyone else. I lived it! I also like books set in larger cities or exotic locations. It is fun to travel somewhere by book!
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    PhoenixCarvelli at gmail dot com

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  20. I come from a small town so I love them!

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  21. I grew up in a town of 838 people. I understand that kind of community well. Everyone knows everyone else's business. I do enjoy reading stories set in small towns.

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    Geishasmom73 AT yahoo DOT com

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  22. I love small town stories! Small towns just lend themselves to romance stories I think.

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  23. I like books set in small towns.

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  24. I think they are fun. Things always go wrong...you can't hide very well, unless you are hidden away...which is a whole other kind of fun.

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