It’s been a rough month for Navy SEAL Cash McCoy. Fresh off six months of celibacy during his deployment, he almost got into a hot blonde s panties before they were interrupted. Since then, he still hasn’t gotten laid. The reason? He lost her number. And no other woman has replaced her face in his fantasies.
Then his CO asks him to keep an eye on his sister for a few weeks. Just until her psycho stalker ex is transferred. Cash s new houseguest is none other than the same gorgeous, quirky blonde. And just his luck his orders include an emphatic “hands off.”
Jen Scott is having none of it. Now that she has a second chance, she s not letting Cash slip away. Orders be damned, he s the one man capable of helping her explore her sexuality. She’s even willing to break her own rule never date military men to get the gorgeous SEAL into her bed.
Except Cash makes it clear he wants more than she bargained for. Much more. Not just her body, but the one thing she promised herself she’d never give to a man in uniform. Her heart.
Warning: Sexy SEAL? Check. Sassy heroine determined to seduce him? Check. Scorching hot sex bound to make you blush? Double check. A threesome and some man-on-man action? Triple check. You’ve been warned.
“So it’s true, huh? Men really do think about sex like every other minute,” she said in a wry voice.
“Afraid so,” he confirmed.
Feeling Hot is the first full-length novel in the Out of Uniform series, the story of Jen Scott and Cash McCoy.
Not surprisingly, Jen and Cash’s relationship starts as a fling, but as the deadline of the fling nears, both feel that it is not only a fling any more.
Jen, based on the marriage of her parents and her brother, doesn’t want to have a SEAL in her life.
Furthermore, she is considered to be the “weak little twit” by her family, and it is told her so many times that this misconception is burned into her attitude. She needs a serious confidence push, and she soon discovers that Cash could give it to her, and she can be more herself with him than ever before.
From the moment they’d met, Cash had accepted her for who she was. Supported her. Encouraged her. Introduced her to passion she’d never known.
And she knew now, without a shred of doubt, that even one day with Cash McCoy would be worth however many months without him.
Cash is obviously superhot and very successful with women, but he has difficulties when it comes to meaningful conversations rather than dirty talk. Interestingly, he has no problems talking to Jen, which indicates a kind of fitting.
He is also very perceptive, and understands Jen as no one else, encouraging her to pursue her dream and turn her hobby into a career.
The stalker ex-boyfriend and Jen’s family issues give a stable background to the story, though the latter is more influential regarding the development of Jen’s character.
The secondary storyline with Carson and Holly is interesting, and the marriage crisis they pass through is a logical subject matter.
Almost every installment of the series has first class erotic scenes, and Feeling Hot is prominent in this regard as well.
Best. Ménage. Ever. Where Dylan is involved, only good things could happen.
One of my favorite quotes (Adult content! Highlight to read!):
When she was able to function again, she found both men kneeling in front of her, sporting matching grins.
“Don’t you dare high-five,” she grumbled.
“We already did. You were coming too hard to notice.”
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