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Double the Heat (New York Blades) by [Foster, Lori, Martin, Deirdre, Elizabeth Bevarly, Christie Ridgway]
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About the Author

Lori Foster is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of many contemporary romances.
Deirdre Martin has written scripts for the daytime drama One Life to Live. She lives with her husband and her dog, Molly, in Ithaca, New York.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 728 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; Original edition (14 Oct. 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002SV37GI
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #603,995 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x916bd708) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x91540444) out of 5 stars four entertaining contemporary romantic novellas 4 Dec. 2009
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
"Hart and Soul" by Lori Foster. After switching places with his twin (see "Deuces Wild" in Double the Pleasure), Hart Winston avoids Lisa Vogle until he realizes how much he misses her; however, he is in for a surprise when he finally contacts her.

"Breaking the Ice" by Deirdre Martin. In New York Lennie Buckley has no interest in men until she meets in a comedy of errors NHL player Sebastian Ivanov.

"Double Booked" by Elizabeth Bevarly. Her friends allow Amanda Bingham to use their condo while she is on vacation; they also allow Max Callahan, whom she loathes, to use it too.

"Original Zin" by Christie Ridgway. John Henry Hudson and Zin Friday meet when she is his chauffeur. He wants her but she fears he will reject her if he gets to know her.

These are four entertaining contemporary romantic novellas starring fully developed characters. Fans will especially enjoy the return of the other Winston twin and another Deirdre Martin hockey tale.

Harriet Klausner
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x915408ac) out of 5 stars Light, funny and engaging romance 2 Dec. 2009
By Bookaholics Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Double the Heat
Contemporary Anthology -Dec 1st, 2009
Breaking the Ice by Deirdre Martin
4 stars

Deirdre Martin has written a short and charming romance.

Lennie has recently moved to New York to take classes at a fashion college. Where she quickly makes herself at home with her Aunt Mary and an eclectic cast of housemates that are a fun and amusing to read. On a chance occurrence of mistaken identify she meets the handsome and friendly Sebastian the newest member of the city's professional hockey team. Lennie is very attracted to Sebastian and decides to let him continue to think she is the woman he was supposed to meet.

Sebastian has just moved to New York and he enjoys hanging out with his teammates. But he wants to prove to his teammates that women and men can share a purely platonic relationship. He decides to meet a woman on Craig's List to prove it. When he find one that fits his personality, called `New to New York' he knows they will hit it off famously. As he and Lennie explore New York their friendship blossoms and he finds that his teammates maybe right because he can't help thinking of Lennie in terms other than platonic!

This was a quick romance that was fun to read. Both characters were very likeable. I particularly enjoyed reading Sebastian's character he is a genuine and caring hero that any reader would easily fall in love with! However, since this was a shorter story than Deirdre Martin usually writes. I did feel that that character development was as strong and her normal length books.

If you are looking for a light, funny and engaging romance this is one that you will enjoy.

Reviewed by Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x915408d0) out of 5 stars "Breaking the Ice" and "Double Booked" and Others 18 Oct. 2010
By S. White - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I was looking forward to reading well-known bestselling authors Lori Foster, Deirdre Martin, Elizabeth Bevarly and Christie Ridgway as they band together in this latest anthology of four contemporary romantic novels about finding love where you least expect it.

"Hart and Soul" was somewhat disappointing.

"Double Booked" Amanda Bingham and Max Callahan are two acquaintances booked into the same condo during their vacation courtesy of match-making friends. Worth reading.

"Original Zin" John Henry Hudson, per doctor's orders to relax, puts his dull, overworked life on hold to get to know the beautiful, blue-eyed limo driver Zin Friday. Zin, a Napa native, has no time for romance. Her main goal is to work her way up and as far from her past as she can. This story reminds me of the movie My Chauffer, and is still sweet.

"Breaking the Ice" was very exciting as serves up another winner in the hot and steamy romance between Russian hockey player Sebastian Ivanov and fashion student Lennie Buckley.

** "Breaking the Ice" and "Double Booked" make the book worth buying.
HASH(0x915408b8) out of 5 stars I was surprised I liked this one 31 Oct. 2014
By Cindy K - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Contemporary romance anthology.

Lori Foster - 4 stars. Protected sex. I was surprised I liked this one. I didn't really care for Hart in the last book. I thought he was a jerk! He comes off better in this one. Joe is in it as well.

Deirdre Martin - 3 stars. Protected sex. This one started off great! I really liked the H/h. Then, just like in the last anthology, DM has her female lead act like an idiot. If this is her usual, then forget it! I can't stand a stupid heroine.

Elizabeth Bevarly - 1 star. Unprotected sex with 2 idiots. Yay.

Christie Ridgeway - 2 stars. Unprotected sex. There was just something missing from this one. I felt no connection with either the Hero or the heroine.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x91540984) out of 5 stars Double the Heat 17 July 2010
By Not Telling - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
"Hart and Soul" by Lori Foster. I had a hard time following the plot of this story. Of course, it was written fine, but the characters and their relationships were confusing. I wish there was more info on what had happened in the first place to cause tension between the two main characters.

"Breaking the Ice" by Deirdre Martin. In this case, I liked the characters of this story, but it was written rather blandly. So it was kind of hard to get into the plot again.

"Double Booked" by Elizabeth Bevarly. I loved this one because of the plot. But there was too much detail, which is something that Bevarly does in her writing. So much details that it takes a whole page for a person to respond to something that was said.

"Original Zin" by Christie Ridgway. Again, I liked the characters, but the way it was written lost me. However, this story had some beautiful, passionate moments, which I really loved.
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