If you like hot men, hot action and hot attraction you're going to love this HOT new series! HOT STUFF introduces Cate Madigan, a Boston native from a large and crazy Irish family. Cate has far too much going on to get involved in extracurricular activities, like men and marriage. She spends... show more
If you like hot men, hot action and hot attraction you're going to love this HOT new series!
HOT STUFF introduces Cate Madigan, a Boston native from a large and crazy Irish family. Cate has far too much going on to get involved in extracurricular activities, like men and marriage. She spends all day in school, earning her teaching degree, and all night working as a bartender in Boston's South End.
Ex-cop Kellen McBride has decided to make Cate's bar his nightly haunt. He likes Cate's sassy Irish spirit and wild red hair. He also has an ulterior motive for getting close to her. Cate has sworn off all things romantic, but when she comes home to a ransacked apartment, a roommate who has flown the coop, and a sleeping bullmastiff named Beast, Cate has no choice but to ask Kellen for help. Can Kate resist the charming Kellen McBride while keeping herself out of danger? Or will Kellen turn up the heat on Cate and everything in her life?
We know you'll have a blast with HOT STUFF!
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2007-04-03
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
It was cute fast and fun. Very similar to the Stephanie Plum series in the sense that laugh out funny stuff happens, some kooky characters, a little love scenes, and a very predictable but good ending. I read this in a matter of two hours. I borrowed it from a lady at work that loves Janet Evanovich...
This was the first book I've read this summer. So refreshing from the more proper literature we are forced to read during the school year. Not that any thing is wrong with that... But you have to admit, the idea of being forced to read something for a grade takes the fun out of reading.This book was...
This one seemed to be much less trashy than her other romance novels, but that could be because Loreli King read it. For some reason, when CJ does it she puts this tone to it and it seems so ridiculous. But I thought this one was the best. Different story somewhat, a not so forward dude.. just diffe...