The Downfall of a Good Girl by Kimberly Lang
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The first half of the story was slow moving as Vivi and Connor danced around each other and traded lame insults. I felt like yelling at them to have sex already. The New Orleans setting was well done and the play on sinner and saint was clever, but overall the execution left me bored and disappointed.
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"Why would you decide to seduce me? And why now after all these years?"

Southern debutante Vivienne LaBlanc can't believe bad-boy rock star Connor Mansfield is back in town for the New Orleans annual Saints and Sinners pageant. He has a reputation as wicked as his devilish smile, and Vivi has no intention of becoming one of his latest groupies!

He once crushed her high school heart, so playing the saint to Connor's sinner should be easy. But how can Vivi get those less than angelic thoughts out of her head—especially when Connor's so good at tempting her to be bad?

Next month, watch out for the second book in Kimberly Lang's duet: The Taming of a Wild Child


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About Kimberly Lang

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Kimberly Lang hid romance novels behind her textbooks in junior high, and even a masters program in English couldn’t break her obsession with dashing heroes and Happily Ever After. A ballet dancer turned English teacher, Kimberly married an electrical engineer. She and her husband live in North Alabama with their one amazing child who, unfortunately, shows an aptitude to sports! Visit Kimberly at: www.booksbykimberly.com
 
Published February 1, 2013 by Harlequin KISS. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane on Jan 29 2013

The first half of the story was slow moving as Vivi and Connor danced around each other and traded lame insults. I felt like yelling at them to have sex already. The New Orleans setting was well done and the play on sinner and saint was clever, but overall the execution left me bored and disappointed.

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