Seth Masterson has been lusting over Miranda Breslin since the moment he saw her on a Vegas stage. Now that he’s been asked to watch out for her as she opens a dance studio in San Diego, he’s all over it, figuring it’s his chance to get her in his bed. Except the stubborn single mom seems determined to deny their crazy-sizzling sexual chemistry. In typical SEAL fashion, Seth makes it his personal mission to prove her wrong.
Miranda got over her attraction to bad boys about the time one of them knocked her up at the age of eighteen. Seth’s mocking gray eyes and military-buff bod, though, are pure and utter temptation. And when a flooded apartment forces her and her twins to move in with him, she can no longer resist the urge to set off some serious fireworks between the sheets.
But give him her heart? No, thank you. Any involvement with Seth will be strictly physical — and temporary. So when Seth decides permanent is what he wants, Miranda must steel her defenses before she does something incredibly foolish… like fall in love.
This book contains a bad boy SEAL who knows what he wants and will go to any lengths to get it. Expect some graphic language, hot sex, seduction, hot sex, dirty talk, hot sex, a little man-on-man action, hot sex. Oh, and hot sex.
Getting Hotter is the 8th book of the Out of Uniform series, the story of Miranda and Seth.
Unrealistic, unlikeable, and often irritating.
Yes, I know that it is fiction, but still it has to be believable. That’s the point of reading fiction: to escape reality and to be absorbed in a made-up world, and in the lives of the imaginary characters, laugh with them, cry with them, feel with them. I didn’t get it in this story, as I was constantly fretting about that how unrealistic this and that was.
Grow a pair, buddy. If you wanna fuck the mom, you’ve gotta be nice to the kiddies.
Miranda is a superhot dancer, with an extra job, to top it all, an extra tiring job, to make you feel sympathy for her. She is also a supermom. Bah. Fictitious supermoms irritate me almost as much as the hypocrite real ones.
Anyway, Miranda, both as a mother and as a young woman is totally improbable. Let alone her children!
Lame and pretty boring. The revelation of Seth’s drama is staggering, but shallowly delineated.
Not as steamy as in the previous installments of the series. Miranda’s approach to her sex life is not consistent. She hadn’t had sex in the last 7 years because she felt that a potential boyfriend would hurt her children, but now she is comfortable with a fling because what the children don’t know doesn’t hurt them. Logical, really.
Dylan and Aidan’s storyline actually saved the book. They were amazing, passionate, and their two kisses were much more sensual than all of the sex scenes of Seth and Miranda.
He took another step to the door.
“Dylan.” A commanding note entered Aidan’s voice.
Drawing a deep breath, he slowly turned around. “What?”
“I want the same damn thing.”
All in all
2 stars, but only because of Dylan and Aidan’s appearances.
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