Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Hotshot - Review

Review by Darcey Pickett

The romance between Finn and Peyton was interesting; they both have all the reasons as to why they shouldn’t be together, yet their actions told a different story.

Peyton Lockhart is a graduate of a French culinary school; she has recently lost her job as a food critic.  She was made an offer she could hardly refuse – to fix up, run and turn a profit at her Uncle’s luxurious Oceanside resort, with her sisters.  Danger seems to follow Peyton from her job in Minnesota to her new adventure in Florida.

Finn MacBain is an accomplished Olympic swimmer and currently works as an FBI agent.  He is reunited with Peyton, no longer the awkward girl next door he used to know, he sees she is in danger and realizes that as before, his role is to be her protector.

Peyton and Finn become intertwined as he feels her life is in danger.  Peyton shares with him what happened in Minnesota, and after seeing the bullet holes in her car, he knows what needs to be done.  As she takes on this new challenge in Florida with her sisters, we see that danger has followed her all the way to Florida.  The passion between them is very powerful, but Finn won’t let anything get in the way of doing his job and Peyton wants to keep him at an arm’s length too. 

This book brings you on a thrilling journey that offers you strong characters, action and romance.  I enjoyed reading my first Julie Garwood novel and would suggest this hot little number to anyone looking to escape the cold winter blues.

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About the Author:
Julie Garwood is the author of numerous New York Times bestsellers, including Fire and Ice, Shadow Music, Shadow Dance, Murder List, Killjoy, Mercy, Heartbreaker, Ransom, and Come the Spring.  There are more than thirty six million copies of her books in print.

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