The Hotter You Burn (Original Heartbreakers)
New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter is back with another sizzling Original Heartbreakers story featuring an irresistible charmer about to meet his match… Beck Ockley lives by a single rule: one and done. The millionaire playboy knows the pain of loss and will do anything to avoid... show more
New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter is back with another sizzling Original Heartbreakers story featuring an irresistible charmer about to meet his match… Beck Ockley lives by a single rule: one and done. The millionaire playboy knows the pain of loss and will do anything to avoid another. He moved to the small town of Strawberry Valley, Oklahoma, expecting more of the same—time with the only two friends he trusts, work…and lots of pleasure. What he never could have predicted was that a vulnerable Southern beauty would sneak past his defenses. Harlow Glass is determined to rebuild her life. The reformed bully has lost everyone and everything she loved, and she's paid the ultimate price for her checkered past. Now she wants commitment, the only thing Beck refuses to give. As their chemistry blazes white-hot, he'll either have to break her heart…or surrender his own.
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2015-07-28
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Book two focuses on the playboy he-slut, (her phrasing for him) Beck, and Harlow Glass the school yard bully turned homeless girl who has been secretly living off the land the men now own that she lost. This one was so good. Better than book one because unlike book one Beck didn’t sleep with a siste...
The Hotter You Burn The Characters: Beck OckleyHarlow Glass The Story: Beck and Harlow’s story is kind of strange but also wonderful. Beck is a stubborn cus but Harlow is just as stubborn and that’s probably why he loves her. They have their usual ups and downs but man that ending. I loved the ch...
Beck also acts hot and cold towards Harlow at first. He has serious commitment issues, but wants her enough that it’s hard to stay away from her. They’ve both had a hard time of it, although Harlow has had the hardest time most recently. I wasn’t too sure about a former bully as the heroine, but ...
This can be read as a standalone, but I enjoyed this book so much that I'm going back and reading the previous books. It broke my heart to see the way people treated Harlow. No one was willing to give her a second chance until Beck started standing up for her. I loved seeing Beck fall for Harlow, ev...