Thursday, March 5, 2009

Thursday Book Review


1. Tropical Heat by Cherry Adair
(T-FLAC story #12)
When Dr. Elizabeth Goodall is kidnapped and held captive in the African jungle, her only hope for rescue is counterterrorist operative Sam Pelton. But to escape from a brutal warlord, they must confront a powerful attraction that could prove more treacherous than the wilds of the jungle...

2. Atlanta Heat by Lora Leigh
(Tempting SEALs, #6)
Em Delaney has wanted bad-boy Macey March for as long as she can remember. But as a Navy SEAL under the command of her overprotective godfather, Macey is off-limits to Em...until a kidnapping attempt forces them to share tantalizingly close quarters--and a forbidden desire.

3. Desert Heat by Cindy Gerard
This is a stand alone and not part of a series
Assistant D.A. Elena Martinez never wanted to fall for police detective Seth King. When they are teamed up on a charity hike in the Grand Canyon, however, their chemistry sizzles under the desert sun. But a vengeful drug lord is determined not to let them survive the canyon with their lives--and love--intact...' to 'Three of the hottest names in romantic suspense invite you to spend the night with a few good men.


A trio of sexy men in the heat of action, full of suspense and surprises.

Tropical Heat starts out as a first ever read for me by Cherry Adair, but it won't be a last (I have a ton on the TBR shelf). The toughest part of the situation facing them seemed to be an attraction that neither really wanted to deal with for various reasons.

A hot little tropical adventure that will be hard to forget.

Atlanta Heat was Hot. Capital 'H'. Not oversexed but the pages burned with the chemistry between these two. And I loved Macey's anaconda. It's amazing how animals react when under attack and I think this was very true to life. What? What did you think I meant? *evil grin*

Desert Heat I think could have been my favorite or a tight tie with Heat. The action never stopped in this story. Elena is a tough DA, a woman a man could sink his teeth into, if she'd only let him. It's not as easy Seth would've liked after knowing the real her under pressure, but the final win was definitely worth reading. I almost cheered for this couple when they finally hit that final moment of complete understanding.

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