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    Linda Kage
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    The Wild Rose Press, Inc. (Champagne Rose) (April 16, 2015)
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The Trouble with Tomboys. This is a work of fiction.

The Trouble with Tomboys. Names, characters, organizations, places, events, and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Originally published by Wild Rose Press. No part of this book may be reproduced, or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without express written permission of the publisher.

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That finally evoked the response he’d expected. Her face drained of color and she dropped her bag of popcorn, spilling kernels around her bare feet. Who told you that? s arms and stared hard. I overheard Gabe Watson telling Ulrick Pullson about it at Herb’s Quick Stop. Both of them already knew. Who? she demanded, and then she shook her head furiously I just wasn’t sure how to say it, she answered quietly. I mean, was there any way to break it to you easily?. Grady opened his mouth, but .

The Trouble with Tomboys book. One of the three books which made me into a Linda Kage fan. The other two, if you guys want to know, would be Stillburrow Crush and Delinquent Daddy. THE TOMBOYPilot .  .

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The Trouble with Tomboys Paperback – 8 July 2010. by Linda Kage (Author). After reading her other story about this family, I literally couldn’t wait to find out more. Finding ‘The Trouble with Tomboys’ was much more than what I thought it would be. The dialogue and character development is strong and moves the story along very well. Considering that I read the follow up (A Fallow Heart) to this story first, I was very, very curious how Kage made it work.

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Book in the Tommy Creek Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781601547903.

THE TOMBOY Pilot B.J. Gilmore is Tommy Creek, Texas's tough tomboy who loves to fly planes and gamble and doesn't give a whip what anyone thinks or says about her—until Grady Rawlings steps into her life. PLUS THE WIDOWER Heir to an oil dynasty, Grady has inner demons to battle. Ever since his wife and unborn child died two and half years ago, he's developed a deep-seated hatred for sympathy and can't handle anyone feeling sorry for him or treating him like some pitiful widower. EQUALS TROUBLE IN TEXAS Grady hires B.J,'s plane service to fly him to Houston for an overnight business trip. While there, she coaxes him into accompanying her to a late dinner, where she decides it's time for him to move on with his life. A month later, she turns up pregnant with his baby, and neither of them is prepared for the chaos that follows.

I enjoyed myself more than I thought I would,but sadly almost missed my chance because of a really hateful sounding review who judged the h B.J. very harshly.... B.J. was a lot of things,some good and some maybe bad ( I guess) ( but then aren't we all) but unlike the hateful reviewer ,I saw NOTHING to indicate ( as sorry white trailer trash ) description they vilified poor B.J. with.... B.J. grew up the only female in a house full of men,a father and 3 brothers,Yes more Roseanne per say than white bread but while uncouth and a little lazy ( her brothers NOT B.J. ) that didn't make her or them trash necessarily and certainly NOT HER!!! Ok,did she come bit strong to Grady that night ? Aaaaaa Yeah! But I got it,sure she did some not all or maybe even most of us could have done ( could I have ? Maybe,I know I've had to push someone I loved at times even when I honestly didn't want to... But it WAS needed,just like it was here ,GRADY NEEDED THAT PUSH!! After and even some during Grady admits if only to himself he NEEDED to be pushed,two and a 1/2 years of Hard Hurting grieving was taking its toll on him mentally,emotionally and you could see even physically,some hing HAD to give... Given by someone who'd loved and lusted for him for over 1/2 her life ( 12 - 27) and just couldn't bear to see him hurt any more,someone who loved him enough to risk rejection and give him the push he soo desperately wanted that once she pushed him far enough he enthusiastically took over and pushed her back,1st up against a door and then again on the floor... Grady wasn't EVER forced into sex by her,Hell the only thing pushed him out and away for as long as he did was not being able to control survivors type guilt of moving on w/someone else... Believe you me he definitely enjoyed his time w/B.J. ,coz the next day his thoughts were only either guilt of moving on,guilt for how he walked out on B.J. thoughts of tying her to his bed or any bed and sexing her til neither walk straight or at all ;) and if B.J. had been proud of the way she'd pushed him and patted herself on the back or something that might have been different but she was torn as well, she'd FINALLY gotten to be w/the man she'd loved and lusted for over 1/2 her life but she was eaten up over the thought of hurting him and ready to apologize til the cows came home if that had have been what Grady needed... I loved her irreverent tom boy ways but she had an uber sweet,kind and tender,tense heart and I HATED how both Grady and his father pushed and coerced into a marriage she wasn't even she she wanted... Like us all she wanted to be wanted and loved for herself not just the baby she carried.... While Grady's father treated her like the white trash that reviewer called her and blackmailing her like some awful soap opera villain while Grady only thinks of what he wants and needs ( her body to have sex w/and the child in her body) not feeling like she deserves anything special in a ring or a wedding because he's "not in love w/her" and just moves her into her dead wife's home and is confused later that she feels unloved and basically unwanted while she's lost her backbone trying to pleas him and everyone else... No,no wealthy or not it was Grady and his father who acted trashy out of anyone mentioned, her lazy family not with standing... B.J. Tried soo hard to please everyone she almost lost herself in the process ,that how trashy ppl act/behave,just watch most any quote "reality tv" and see, "trashy ppl" are selfish,self absorbed, entitled and think only of themselves and what they want and don't care who they hurt to get it,also usually petty,vain and spoiled and no color,race or religion or Financial background is excluded... Soo my in,y complaints are how Thanks to a nasty close minded reviewer I almost missed a really good story and that as strong as B.J. Seemed to be she for a good chunk of the story lost her backbone and almost lost herself... Loved the story just not some of the selfish ppl..
This one was not for me. Not safe. Too much mention of his dead wife. He thought about her, talked about (and to) her and still actively loved her.

I was never convinced that BJ ever came anything but second best in Grady's heart. I was a bit torn about how to rate this one because there were parts I really liked, moments that were heart felt and special, between just the two MCs but they were too far between in coming. It seemed every time they shared something or felt something that bonded them closer together the dead wife would be mentioned.

And not just by Grady (who got annoying in his repetitive guilt trips and comparisons between her and the h) but also by BJ. I loved her character, but I felt she deserved so much better than this sad empty shell of a man. Why did she have to be so understanding? So freakin sympathetic about Grady? Where was the compassion and sensitivity for her feelings and her baby?

Maybe this would have been easier to swallow if Grady had been more accepting of BJ. I wanted to see him go above and beyond to show BJ he really loved her. But he was always the one pushing her away and never the first to apologize. I hated that he used the dead wife as an excuse and a barrier between him and BJ.

So 3 stars for the few sweet moments between them and because BJ, although a good hearted and super almost-to-the-point-of-door-mat-ish soft touch was a good h.
Very enjoyable read from start to finish. Refreshing change to have a heroine be a total card playin, cigar smoking, tomboy who flies her own plane for a living. B.J. Gilmore grew up in the small town of Tommy Creek, Texas. She lived her life the way she’s wanted to live it and could give a flyin fig what anyone thinks of her..

Her family runs a charter plane business and her latest job has her flying Grady Rawlings to Houston. B.J. has known Grady all her life and he was married to the woman that baby sit her and her brothers when she was growing up. Two and half years ago Grady’s wife and baby died during child birth and he’s been in a depression ever since and the town hasn’t help any by treating him like he will break. B.J. has no such problem in talking about his dead wife to him nor in telling him it time to get over it and move on. Grady doesn’t quite know how to take this woman who tells it like it is. At first he’s offended that she would get on his case about his dead wife but after a heated altercation these two have a lust filled moment that ends up with her pregnant.

I really liked B.J. She was a hoot to read and had you laughing most of the time. Grady’s journey from mourning to coming back to life was also very well written. This was a great story of two people who couldn’t be more opposite who ended up being exactly what the other needed.