Some Like It Hot
by Susan Andersen

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"Wrong for each other" never felt more right

Even a lifelong traveler like Harper Summerville has to admire the scenery in Razor Bay, Washington. There's the mountains. The evergreens. The water. And Max Bradshaw, the incredibly sexy deputy sheriff.  Read more...

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"Wrong for each other" never felt more right

Even a lifelong traveler like Harper Summerville has to admire the scenery in Razor Bay, Washington. There's the mountains. The evergreens. The water. And Max Bradshaw, the incredibly sexy deputy sheriff. Still, Harper's here only for the summer, working covertly for her family's foundation. And getting involved with this rugged, intense former marine would be a definite conflict of interestprofessionally and personally.

Max's scarred childhood left him determined to put down roots in Razor Bay, yet one look at Harpera woman who happily lives out of a suitcaseleaves him speechless with desire for things he's never had. He might not be big on talking, but Max's toe-curling kisses are getting the message across loud and clear. Harper belongs here, with him, because things are only beginning to heat up."

  • ISBN-13: 9780373777761
  • ISBN-10: 0373777760
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books
  • Publish Date: July 2013
  • Page Count: 336
  • Dimensions: 6.6 x 4.1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds

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Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2013-06-24
  • Reviewer: Staff

Andersen returns to the seaside resort town of Razor Bay, Wash. (That Thing Called Love), with a story full of small-town community warmth but sorely lacking in romantic heat. Well-traveled Harper Summerville is ostensibly in town as the local inn’s summer activities director, but is actually working undercover for her mother’s philanthropic organization to determine whether Cedar Village, a group home for troubled boys, deserves a grant. She catches the eye of taciturn Max Bradshaw—local police deputy, half-brother of the inn owner’s fiancé, and core volunteer at Cedar Village—who must get over his shyness and fear of rejection by “silver-spoon girls” to approach Harper. But all the key players are so well intentioned that the relationship conflict and tension feels utterly artificial. The troubled teens who populate the background are kept in line with stern looks and field trips, while the supposedly mature adults get mired in the kinds of family conflict and dating angst generally reserved for the adolescent crowd. (Aug.)

BookPage Reviews

Steamy summer lovin'

Susan Andersen delivers a story filled with new friendships, family ties and sexy fun in Some Like It Hot. Heroine Harper Summerville is busy with her temporary job as summer activities coordinator at The Brothers Inn in Razor Bay, Washington, but she still finds time to drool over the gorgeous yet reserved deputy sheriff, Max Bradshaw. Though Harper knows she’ll be moving on at summer’s end—she’s a rolling stone, just like her father—she decides to bring Max out of his shell. Former Marine Max has never been a social animal, but beautiful and exotic Harper is bringing out another kind of animal in him. While he knows she’s only around for the short term, he can’t help but dream of a white-picket-fence future with Harper. As Harper finds friends in town and Max opens up to new relationships, love binds these two together. But can two opposites find their way to a forever? Hot summer days and likable characters with combustible chemistry guarantee a lively, fiery read.

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A missing persons expert and a top-notch security consultant reignite their teenage romance in Jami Alden’s Guilty as Sin. Fourteen years ago, Kate Beckett’s brother was kidnapped and murdered while she was making out with Tommy Ibarra instead of watching over her sibling. Plagued by grief and guilt and estranged from her family, Kate works to find others in trouble. Her latest case takes her back to her hometown, where she runs into Tommy. Though their youthful attraction once again revs to life, Tommy can’t forget how her powerful father messed with his life as retaliation for his relationship with Kate. Still, there’s a young girl to be found, and as Tommy and Kate work together, they discover clues that lead them to take a second look at her brother’s murder. The perpetrator committed suicide years ago . . . or do they have that all wrong? Kate and Tommy must relearn trust and let go of their guilt in order to find the answers and find happiness together. A shivery, sensual and sensational read.

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