Travis Bennett is exactly the kind of guy Lauren Davis has been avoiding for the past nine years. Religiously. Stubbornly. Successfully. She knows too well how easy it is to let lust ruin perfectly laid plans. And a small town farmer with no ambitions beyond the borders of his own cornfield is not going to change her mind. She’s got important stuff to do. Her company is literally working to stop world hunger. Her plans are much bigger than Sapphire Falls. No matter how hot those farmers might be.
The problem is—Lauren is falling in love. With Sapphire Falls. To kick her sudden desire to buy a welcome mat and start baking pies, she asks Travis to help her get over her crush. She wants him to show her what life in the small town is really like behind all the sweetness and sunshine and remind her that there’s no place for French manicures and Gucci heels on the farm.
Getting Dirty is sexy and funny. Lauren wants to hate Sapphire Falls. It’s a small town that reminds her of a time she was willing to give up all of her dreams for the proverbial white picket fence and 2.5 kids. Travis Bennett loves everything about Sapphire Falls. The sense of community, friends he has had since he was a kid, and his farm is everything he wants and needs. Lauren thinks Travis is the perfect person to show her everything about the town. She thinks the more she knows about small town Sapphire Falls, the more she will hate the life, and be in a hurry to get back to her ‘normal’ life. Instead the longer she is there the more she becomes unsure if she will ever be able to leave. The chemistry between Lauren and Travis nearly set my kindle on fire. I love the entire Sapphire Falls series. They can each be read as a stand alone, but I recommend them all. This may be my favorite book in the series so far!
*Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Erin Nicholas is the author of sexy contemporary romances for Samhain publishing. Her stories have been described as toe-curling, enchanting, steamy and fun. She loves to write about reluctant heroes, flawed heroines, sex with food and happily ever afters. She does not like to write dark moments, synopses or bios.