talk-of-the-town-cover-croppedGossip columnist Rebecca Covington knows everyone in Chicago’s dirty little secrets. That’s her job and she adores every second. But then orders come down from the brand new CEO that shakes her to the core. The paper blames her for a lawsuit from a not-so-noble politician. She refuses to reveal her sources and they fire her, giving her column to someone else, giving her a pity job in the Home and Food section and they know full well Rebecca can’t cook! But she vows to make a success of the job and she’s going to get her gossip column back and make this new CEO pay if it kills her. It doesn’t matter David Sumner is a dead ringer for Pierce Brosnan and just one look at him fills her with desire? David Sumner is only doing what’s best for the paper – the new gossip columnist can deliver the naughty goings-on of Chicago’s young elite in a way that Rebecca couldn’t. But he’s drawn to Rebecca’s moxie and determination. He hasn’t felt this way since his beloved wife died but business is business and he’ll be damned if he’s going to give in to his desire for this gorgeous woman…

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Praise for Sherrill Bodine and TALK OF THE TOWN:

“Talk of the Town is like a box of the heroine’s decadent chocolates–impossible to resist.” — New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods

“I love this book! Fizzy, frothy fun expertly blended with sexy romance, powerful friendships, much warmth, and lots of laughter. Don’t miss this witty and wonderful page turner.” — New York Times bestselling author Barbara Bretton

“A recipe for a rousing good time, in Talk of the Town, Sherrill Bodine serves up a modern fairy tale that’s dishy, delicious, and utterly delightful.” — New York Times bestselling author Connie Brockway

“A funny, energetic and charming story that’s sure to entertain many readers…The depth and reality of Bodine’s characters make the story come alive, and readers will finish the novel with a happy feeling inside.” — RT Book Reviews