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Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing - Disc 1. Venus In Blue Jeans. Mark Wynter. Up On The Roof. Julie Grant. Counting Teardrops. Theme From The Traitors. The Viscounts. Margaret is beyond annoying and pointless. And all of those crazy long foreign names, nothing Texas about that! Apr 08, Debby rated it liked it Shelves: romance. Cal Toleffson is a down to earth, Iowa farm boy turned vet who's recently relocated to Konigsburg, TX.
Docia Kent grew up as the socialite daughter of a wealthy Texas developer, but has kept that quiet as she's started her new life as owner of the bookstore in Konigsburg. The attraction is mutual and hot when the two meet, but problems at her store and with another female business owner keep them hopping.
When an attempt is made to kill her, the two must figure out how to work through their att Cal Toleffson is a down to earth, Iowa farm boy turned vet who's recently relocated to Konigsburg, TX. When an attempt is made to kill her, the two must figure out how to work through their attraction and their problems. Explicit sex. Mar 06, Sharon rated it really liked it.
More than just a sweet little romance I liked this book. It caught my interest and kept it. I couldn't wait to finish the story and find out the ending. So okay, here's a bit more information. There is jealousy, revenge, people doing bad things, cats, dogs, and several sex scenes. This isn't erotica, in my opinion. I hate that, but it is descriptive. So if that bothers you, skip the book. Ok A little bit of mystery, a little bit of romance and a bit of vengeance. Now this is prejudice of me, and I feel bad Mystery and romance Dolce Kent runs a bookstore in Koningsburg, Texas.
She moved to Koningsburg to escape her parents and a broken relationship. As the "new kid in town", it has not been easy then she meets Cal Tolefson, the new veterinarian in town and their attraction is immediate. Unknown to Dolce, a possibly valuable piece of Texas history has been hidden in her shop and the people that want it are not afraid to kill to get it. Jun 10, Pam Fleming rated it really liked it Shelves: chick-lit. Small town romance with a bit of mystery. Handsome young Veterinarian Cal is new to town.
He notices the beautiful Docia he refers to as Venus when he is out one night with friends. Docia is also an outsider as a new arrival in Konigsburg operating a book store. Not everyone in town is receptive to the new arrival Docia. But in a typical small town a mystery arises and Docia is forced to depend on Cal. Will sparks fly? Moutain man falls for Amazon I liked that the characters weren't typical. I liked the hook and pacing.
I hated the plot. The mystery that really wasn't. The fact that the characters were stupid enough to not take any precautions. How hard is it to change a lock and buy a motion activated camera and light. Hell, buy a gun it's Texas for goodness sake. Something to show me you fear for your life. Surprised First book I have read by this author and was pleasantly surprised.
A Texas romance with a few twist and turns. He is the new vet in town and she running a bookstore without the help of her family. Both outsiders in this small Texas town. Not going to give any more a way. You will not be disappointed!! Mar 03, Karen Roma rated it liked it Shelves: netgalley , read-in The story itself is interesting, with a side order of humour as well. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists.
Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date September 3, Track Listing. Venus in Blue Jeans. Mark Wynter."Venus In Blue Jeans" is a song written by Howard Greenfield and Jack Keller. It was recorded in by Jimmy Clanton and reached #7 on the Billboard charts. It appeared at #46 on the CHUM Chart in Toronto on September 3, , and peaked at #5 on October 1, in an week stay and #4 on the Ted Kennedy Weekly chart for October 8, The song was also recorded that year by.