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Hot & Bothered (MIRA) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Nov 2004

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: MIRA (1 Nov. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0778320219
  • ISBN-13: 978-0778320210
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 10.9 x 2.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,074,290 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Oct. 2005
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book cover might put you off if you are looking for something- lets face it- a little more 'heavy'. The bright colours and suggesting title seem more holiday fare than year round read. Yet that is exactly what this book is; well written and hard to put down. The story is about Tori Hamilton who returns to her childhood home after her father is murdered. Her young brother is being accused of the crime and to try and prove his innocence she hires a private investigator. However, he is a face from the past,one that she would rather try and forget... This story has different levels and is, to be simple, really good. I would recommend it to anyone!
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I did enjoy this book, don't get me wrong, but I just didn't enjoy it as much as I did the first 2.
I have stil given it 4 stars because of how good the first 2 were and it was nice to get a book based on Rocket (John M) and have him meet someone and then find out he actually has a daughter he never knew about.
Victoria was a very good character, someone who had always loved Rocket but left him before she fell in too deep and had her heart broken.
It was very good and if u have read the other 2, then definately read this, I am now waiting for the 4th in the series to come out.
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By maggie m on 16 Mar. 2015
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I am a fan of Susan Andersen and she seldom lets me down. This was a pretty good story, though I have to say the female lead did irritate me a bit. But that's probably just me! Would recommend it.
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By Mrs Enid Knights on 9 Jun. 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
love this book
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
A VERY GOOD READ!!!!! 28 July 2004
By Elaine C McTyer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I have waited for Rocket's (John Miglionni) story. We first met him in HEAD OVER HEELS, then he helped his buddy Zach in LUCKY SEVEN. He is a former SEAL now a PI.

When Victoria Hamilton's father is murdered, her lawyer sends John to help her find her brother. Who has run away because he thinks he killed his father when he pushed him and he fell down. He doesn't know that his father was stabbed to death.

Surprise, John and Tori had a fling 6 years earlier. The deal was no last names or regrets. So he didn't know her last name and she didn't know his.

Surprise again, They have a 5 year old daughter Esme. It's downhill from there. Tori's father was a rich, cold, manipulative clod. He was mentally abusive. When he demanded she have an abortion, she left and has lived in England for the last six years. Only her father's murder could have brought her home.

She didn't want her child raised like she was.

John's father wasn't rich but he was abusive, physically and mentally. John has always worried about becoming like his old man and works hard to control his temper. He is very insecure about his ability to maintain a relationship, and therefore, has not allowed himself to become emotionally involved with a woman.

Now he has no choice, not only has he never forgotten Tori, he has a daughter to think about, he is something he had never expected to be, a father.

During all this he has to try to catch a murderer and prove Tori's brother did not kill her father.

This book is not quite as lighthearted and humerous as the first two. But I loved it. John not only has to work out the mystery, but he has to learn who he is, after all these years of letting his father's opinion rule his life. He must discover that he is a worthwhile being, and that he is lovable, that someone can and does love him. He must learn to trust others as well as himself.

Tori has to learn to trust also. This is a book about lives touching lives and the damage that can carry over from childhood to adulthood. It also reveals the courage that can change all of that. Sometimes it just takes faith.

Since I read my first Susan Andersen book (EXPOSURE, still my favorite) She has always delivered a wonderful reading experience. This is no exception.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
exciting private investigation romance 28 July 2004
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
In Colorado Springs, Ford Hamilton thinks his two children from different women are major disappointments. His oldest Victoria got pregnant with some nameless jerk and refused to abort; instead she raises her daughter Esme by herself. His teenage son Jared is an angry loser with a history of trouble with the law. Ford's feelings towards his offspring end when someone stabs him in his heart with his letter opener.

The police believe that the missing Jared killed his father following a public brawl, but Victoria cannot believe her sensitive half-brother would harm anyone. She hires Semper Fi Investigations to find her missing sibling and to determine who killed their father. John "Rocket" Miglionni visits his firm's new client only to receive the shock of his life when he sees Tori. They met on vacation, but she left on an emergency and never returned honoring his wishes of just the moment between first names. John receives a greater shock when he meets his daughter five years old Esme. John wants in his child's life, but also realizes he needs her mother too, but first must solve the homicide and the disappearance, which both seem easier than persuading his Tori that they belong together.

This exciting private investigation romance hooks readers the moment John sees his client and explodes when he meets his child. Though coincidence plays a minor role, the action-packed story line moves forward on two paths (the relationship between the two stars and the homicide- missing person inquiries) that eventually converge when the life of the lead female is in jeopardy. Readers will gain pleasure from this quality romantic suspense thriller.

Harriet Klausner
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
A Good Ending To This Series! 10 Sept. 2004
By Kristi Ahlers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ms. Andersen has finally delivered us John "Rocket" Miglionni's story and it was well worth the wait to see this tough guy fall in love with Victoria Hamilton, the one woman that ever walked away from him!

John is out of the Marines and is now a P.I. who has been asked to look for a missing teen who may or may not have been involved in a murder. He is not aware that this missing boy is in fact related to the one woman that he has not forgotten, but only knew as "Tori". His world spins out of control when he finds out that not only is this case hitting close to home, he also finds out he's a daddy! Yes, Rocket is a daddy and that may be even more terrifying then being under fire! Will he be able to juggle his new responsiblity, his ever growing attraction to Victoria, and the case that he has been handled before Jared (Victoria's younger half-brother) is arrested for murder?

This book was a fast read and John and Victoria are a great romance couple. There is never a dull moment between them and Esme (John and Victoria's daughter) is a sweet addition to this great cast of characters that yes, include visits from old friends. This was a fun book and one that I think you will enjoy.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Entertaining, but not a must-read 12 Oct. 2004
By K. Yuen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Susan Andersen writes very entertaining, humorous books. Her current heroes are a little hard for me to swallow though. (Sexy built current/ex-Marines with cool careers and insane amounts of sexual experience.) Granted, the heroes are supposed to be dreamy fantasies, but I like them to be somewhere near the realm of reality.

The hero is actually reasonably nice to the heroine throughout the book, which is refreshing after the beginnings of the other two books in the trilogy. This book is a bit sweeter/sadder and less of a steamy laugh riot than other Susan Andersen books. The kids are worked in fairly well; they're fleshed out and aren't just plot devices. The plotline has a few small holes in it, and there were some glaring issues in the couple's relationship that are left almost totally untouched. Every now and then though, she releases an absolutely perfect chunk of dialogue, and it's just wonderful.

The main couple doesn't draw you in as deeply they do in other Susan Andersen books, mostly because they're such tough cookies and seem to have much less vulnerability than her past leading couples. You don't worry about them not ending up together, so you don't end up investing much emotion into the book. The guy just comes off as being silly during his emotional crisis towards the end of the book. Overall, it's a decent read, but not a must-read.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Very good read 11 Nov. 2004
By Keius - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I haven't read the first 2 books of the series so i'm not

comparing it to the other novels. Others seem to think it's

inferior to the other 2. My personal opinion is that it is

an extremely entertaining read. I enjoyed the characters and

the story. Read the entire book straight through in a day only

taking breaks for food. Funny and quirky. I'll be looking into

her other novels and i'll be expecting a 4th in the series involving PJ and Jerod. Just an fyi, i'm not a big romance novel

fan but I have read my share of them but usually have problems

finishing them. This book rates a 5 star for me.
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