Hot Summer

    • 4.1 • 573 Ratings

Publisher Description

"Sizzling romance...plenty of conflict...grabbed me from the beginning and never let up."    Beth Anderson, multi-award winning author.

A hot-tempered spitfire and a strong-willed, arrogant man - put them together and sparks fly!

After her first embarassing encounter, Summer Jones vows to stay away from sexy but oh, so arrogant record producer, Lance Munroe.  But then she ends up working for the man.  Her quick temper and sharp tongue keep landing her in hot water with him but no matter how hard she tries she can't deny her growing attraction for him.  Then they go on a business trip to Jamaica - and her world is turned upside down.

Lance is intrigued by the feisty woman who practically tells him off the first time they meet. When they begin working together he realizes how much he enjoys the challenge of taming the little tigress. But, before he knows it, he''s the one caught in the snare of passion. The tables are turned; – the vixen has tamed the lion.

If you love the  sizzle of a romance between two strong-willed individuals, follow Summer and Lance from Chicago to Jamaica and be swept away in the thrill of their hot summer.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
May 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
364
Pages
PUBLISHER
Judy Powell
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
382.4
KB

Customer Reviews

Mom.Tom ,

Hot Summer

I enjoyed this book very much!It really had a different approach & an interesting story line. I couldn't wait for the ending!It kept me on edge!I gave it 4 stars.

CharleyGirl ,

Hot Summer = Awful Mess

I will read almost anything but this was disturbingly awful, I had to quit reading 1/3 of the way through. Awkwardly written, it fails to draw you in to the character's emotion. There is no passion conveyed in the narrative. The writer took a storyline that should be filled with scorching hot emotion and poured a bucket of water on it with her drippy characters and lackluster style.

Mark Sacks ,

Boring!

I'm sorry, but reading this book was like watching grass grow. I don't know how you call this a romance novel when nothing really happened, and when it did, it was quick and uneventful. It was painful and a complete waste of time!

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