Touch Me Gently

Touch Me Gently Secrets lead to nothing but trouble and heartbreak Newly arrived in the small Southern town of Oakboro Salem Lacy is planning to keep a low profile after an ill timed step out of the closet cost her

  • Title: Touch Me Gently
  • Author: D. Jackson Leigh
  • ISBN: 9781602826670
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • Secrets lead to nothing but trouble and heartbreak.Newly arrived in the small Southern town of Oakboro, Salem Lacy is planning to keep a low profile after an ill timed step out of the closet cost her the corporate job and high powered friends she had in Atlanta That plan derails when Salem meets the mysterious and beautiful Knox Bolander, a woman who is whispered to causeSecrets lead to nothing but trouble and heartbreak.Newly arrived in the small Southern town of Oakboro, Salem Lacy is planning to keep a low profile after an ill timed step out of the closet cost her the corporate job and high powered friends she had in Atlanta That plan derails when Salem meets the mysterious and beautiful Knox Bolander, a woman who is whispered to cause odd and sometimes dangerous things to happen When a fire that occurred twenty years earlier on the Bolander estate threatens to destroy Salem s chance to rebuild her life, she must decide if she will risk everything again for this secretive woman who has been rarely touched and never loved.

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    1. i'm trying to catch up on a million and five books. one million and five. this week i picked up Touch Me Gently and i will say i rather enjoyed it. it reminded me of all the things i love and loathe about the South. (i lived in NC for six years.) once i stop channeling my own butt hurt rage into the characters, it was easy to fall in love with this story. the opening chapter is awesome. slap you in the face awesome. you're dying (pun intended) to know what's going to happen next, but i'll leave [...]

    2. Oh So Good!!After reading this book it is easy to see why I've heard nothing but great things from this talented author!Knox is a woman with a secret who has returned to her hometown after her father's death. She intends to rebuild his stable of prized Frisians while continuing her work as a virtual patient programmer. Salem too has lost her father and is in town to decide what to do with his insurance business. As the two get to know each other sparks literally begin to fly. Can Salem find the [...]

    3. Not as good as her last novel. The beginning especially had some problems. There were a lot of "telling" and POV violations to explain backstory ("She possessed a stunning intellect"). Knox's family history was almost a bit unrealistic -— the brother mentally handicapped, her mother had Asperger's, and she's a genius, who possesses telekinetic abilities. Salem, the other main character, doesn't go through much grief or even anger at the death of her cheating lover. The second half of the book [...]

    4. Jackson Leigh's latest offering has a taste of Southern Gothic - but not quite what I expected. I thought there would be a bit of ghost story weaved in, but found it to be something completely different. The author's voice and writing style made me more than willing to suspend my disbelief for a few hours and settle in for an enjoyable read.

    5. 1.5 starsF/F romanceW.T.F.????I've read this author's first three books and have enjoyed the horses, southern setting, and watching her develop as a writer but this book is worse than her first in so many ways, it's just sad.I'm really not so sure why there is even a horse on the cover of this one. It does take place in southern Georgia and our dark-haired, silver/gray-eyed butch does own horses, but these southern/equestrian elements do not have the presence as in her first books and in some wa [...]

    6. This probably would have been a five star read for me if it weren't for the telekinesis aspect of it. I know the Southern Secrets series is only tied together thematically rather than by characters, but it made no sense to me that it's the one book in the series with a character who has a superpower, and it bothered me enough to keep distracting me.That said, I still really enjoyed the book. I loved Knox and Salem and seeing them get together and grow to love each other is adorable. I'm only sad [...]

    7. I had a taste for something different than I nomally read and D. Jackson Leigh provided that. It was a sweet read with some action and I'm not just talking about the Lesbian action either. Salem and Knox both had their issues to deal with but they came together beautifully.I read this a few days ago so some things get a bit blurry with details. However, these two female charactes were both smart, could hold their own and found love.

    8. I love this book but i think it could have been a littler better. It was well written and great characters but the love in it was kinda dull. But they do have to go through a lot to finally understand what they feel for one another. But still i couldn't help but love the way they just fit together. Great book!

    9. Loved the story line especially the beginning. I think that the character of Salem could've been fleshed out a bit more but that's just my humble opinion. Jackson Leigh's books always hit the spot for me.

    10. Uhmm hmm. Nope. I am still not over the opening scenes of the book. Loved it more when the animals came in I just wanna cuddle the living daylights outta Tuck. I liked the bit of paranormal mixed in. The last parts may have felt bit rushed *shrug* but I enjoyed it nonetheless.

    11. Another great book from D Jackson Leigh. I love the characters and the animals. She always brings the animals personalities to life. I can just picture Tuck and Guardian snuggled together.

    12. Such a fantastic book! Grabs you from the start, Thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, gave me chills at the end, I love it when a book can do that :) very unputdownable

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