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Sunday, September 7, 2014

{Book Review} Pillow Talk by Ruth J Hartman

Book Title: Pillow Talk
Author: Ruth J Hartman
Publisher: Turquoise Morning PRess
Publishing Date: September 4, 2014
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Source: Review copy in exchange for a review
Book Blurb
What happens when a tooth fairy falls in love with her dentist?
The dental community may never be the same.
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Trixie Trident has a secret. Everyone knows she creates one-of-a-kind jewelry during the day. It’s what she does on her night job no one would ever guess. She’s a tooth fairy. Not the tooth fairy, just one of many. It would take her whole life just to combat the many misconceptions people have about TFs. Like how nobody wears tutus or uses a wand. Or stands three inches high. Nope, Trixie looks just like any other woman in her mid-twenties. And she’d tell people all of that stuff. If she was allowed to. But she’d sworn a sacred tooth fairy oath that she’d never tell a soul. And she hadn’t. Except for her best friend, who would never breathe a word to anyone.

Gray Keebler meets Trixie when she comes to his dental office as a new patient. He’s had lots of single women patients before, but not one has ever sparked his interest like Trixie. What is it about her that’s so unique? He can’t quite figure it out but he’s determined to try, even when she turns him down for a second date. Trixie is attracted to Gray like she’s never been to any man before. He’s what she always dreamed of in a man. And they even have the subject of teeth in common. But a relationship with the gorgeous dentist can never be. How could it when she’s a tooth fairy? Not only can’t she tell him, but he’d never believe her anyway.

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Full Disclosure: I received an electronic copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. As follows:

I adored this book. I thought it was quirky, cute, sweet, and I loved how it was contemporary with a touch of fantasy. A tooth fairy falling for her dentist? A dentist falling for a tooth fairy? Seriously, such a cute concept and I loved how shy both of these characters were. The take-charge sister and mother were adorable and I loved how they got involved as soon as they heard the doctor mention her name. There is an evil, nasty woman in the shape of Korkie and really...I've met people like that. Rude, delusional, and just nasty. She doesn't really get her comeuppance, but instead it's a touch more realistic with what happens to her. This was just fine with me!

Ms Hartman knows how to write those romances that make you sigh with contentment, wistfulness, and happiness. And I love the cats that show up in her books as well!