Reader Review: The heroin switches from one day to the next from tomboy with jeans on the best days and sweats more than often, to sexy chick, with makeup and gauzy skirts. She has insecurities that did not seem real and did not really hold my interest. Unfortunately she is such a bust because Damian the hero was much nicer and had greater potential which wasn't developed.
Micki Jordan, publicist to the brightest stars in the sports world, has decided to end her tomboy wayseffective immediately. While she will still be able to discuss the finer points of the two-man defense, she's transforming herself into one hot number. With any luck, she will no longer be known as "just one of the guys."
Now, Micki wants to find a new man to fit her new life. Current leading contender Damian Fuller is a professional ballplayer and a major-league playboy. Will the new Micki have a chance at winning Damian's affections? Or will the wildest player in the league turn around and steal Micki's heart for good?
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|Title of Romance eBook: Hot Number||Series: Hot Zone, , #2|
|Release Date: 09-17-2012|
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|Publisher: HQN Books||Store Sales Rank: 12642|
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At the moment though, his niece's face concerned him more than her chest. Black eyeliner was smudged around her bright blue eyes and though normally he didn't mind letting the girls make their own mistakes, her raccoon-like appearance was too humiliating to allow, so he'd decided to step in.
Keeping Lola's words in mind, he opted to tread gently with the girl. "Dang it, Annie, you look like Jim McMahon getting ready to throw a pass."
Her blue eyes filled with tears and she ran from the room. He raised his gaze toward the ceiling. "What the hell did I do wrong now?"
"Way to go, Uncle Yack." He glanced over to see the youngest, Micki, standing in the doorway glaring at him.
"It's Yank," he muttered, though they both knew that the nickname she'd started to use the day she'd come to live with him gave them a special bond.
"You insulted Annie," said Sophie, the middle one, joining them.
Figures they'd gang up on him. "You think so?"
He turned toward them for the first time and his gaze immediately zeroed in on ten-year-old Micki. Or rather his gaze zeroed in on her tits.
"What the hell are those?" he asked, pointing...
Title: Hot Number
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 3 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
3 of 6 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
March 9, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from cedarville, NJ US
Second book in the HOT series. Loved it as much as first book, Hot stuff. Micki and Damian make a great couple. I have now read all four books. Loved the first three, not as impressed with last book, hot property, still a good book but not quite as good as others.
February 10, 2013
Reviewer: A reader from DELAVAN, IL USA
The heroin switches from one day to the next from tomboy with jeans on the best days and sweats more than often, to sexy chick, with makeup and gauzy skirts. She has insecurities that did not seem real and did not really hold my interest. Unfortunately she is such a bust because Damian the hero was much nicer and had greater potential which wasn't developed.
July 20, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Italy
I can not bring myself to like Damian as much as I liked Vaughn in the first book of the series, but I enjoyed Hot Number all the same.
The plot is funny and we meet Lola and Yank again.
I am looking forward to read Sophie's story, because she's my favourite sister.
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