A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jul 1, 2008 - Fiction - 304 pages
20 Reviews
Macy?s chance for love is slipping from her fingers. College football coach Luke Carter has a penchant for hot-bodied babes, not curvy hairdressers like Macy. And some big-time schools may be luring him away. Then a country singing star?s hair emergency turns into a big break for Macy.

Making it in Nashville boosts Macy?s confidence, but when Luke interviews for a job at a local university, she?ll have to put up or shut up?or lose him forever?


  

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Review: A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action

User Review  - Latoya - Goodreads

I can't say that I really enjoyed this book. It was the sequel to another novel that I had enjoyed and I expected more. The heroine had a lot of insecurities and because the story was told in first ... Read full review

Review: A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action

User Review  - Jessica Alcazar - Goodreads

This book should get 5+ stars! Luann McLane is absolutely hilarious! I loved this book. Such a fun read! Full of witty banter and terrific personalities. There was quite a bit going on in the book ... Read full review

Contents

Bittersweet
Wedding Bell Blues
Holes in the Floor of Heaven
What Was I Thinkin?
The Sooner the Better
Big Timin
Ready or
Never Been Kissed
Truth or Dare
What a Difference a Kiss Makes
Dreamin and Schemin
Grillin and Chillin
A Little Less Talk
Timing is Everything
A Leap of Faith
Get Your Sexy

Unexpected
This Much I Know for Sure
Just Breathe
Rednecks Without a Cause
Honky Tonk Badonkadonk
Be Careful What You Wish
Moving at the Speed of Love
What Matters Most Teaser chapter
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

LuAnn McLane lives in Florence, Kentucky, just outside Cincinnati, Ohio. When she takes breaks from writing, she enjoys long walks with her husband, watching chick flicks with her daughter, and trying to keep up with her three active sons.

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