One look at Thomas Becker s seriously ripped body, and Jane Harrison is having trouble remembering why she tracked down the Navy SEAL. Oh, yes, that hot scoop for her magazine. Instead they get trapped in an elevator together and she gets sizzling hot sex.
After the delicious encounter is over, Becker s out of there, she s left off balance, and even more determined not to take no for an answer. Either for that interview, or another chance to find out if he always goes commando.
One minute Becker is making it plain his answer is no. The next, he s using the only weapon at hand to calm her confined-space panic attack a kiss. And caving in to a fierce, unexpected need that wasn’t even on his radar. Long term? Hell no not after the divorce that just spit him out. But a fling with the redheaded reporter with a brutally honest mouth and a body made for sin? Abso-effing-lutely.
Trouble is, when the week is over, she isn’t even close to being out of his system Warning: Contents under pressure. Hot elevator sex, a redhead who knows exactly what she wants, and a Navy SEAL who can’t help but give it to her. May cause spontaneous combustion. Be sure to fan yourself frequently.
Heat It Up is a great story of the Out of Uniform series.
Jane is the type of character I really appreciate. Smart, honest, open-minded, confident, and ultra-feminine. A true seductress.
Since when had this turned into more than just sex? It was Jane’s fault, for being so damn likable.
Jane felt her cheeks grow warm. What was Becker like? Intense, she wanted to say. She thought about the way he moved inside her body and added passionate to the list. Thoughtful, because he made her breakfast. But as she opened her mouth to respond, the only word she really wanted to say was mine.
In contrast with the previous stories, now the male character resists starting a relationship, but only because he wants more, a housewife-type woman and kids, right now, and Jane doesn’t seem to be the type.
I really enjoyed the erotica in this novella. Actually that’s what all of these stories should be: short, pleasurable, heated readings for having fun. I expect nothing more, and Heat It Up carries this requirement into execution perfectly.
I loved Jane and Beck together, I was happy because of the appearance of Holly and Carson again.
Great, steamy story and loveable characters!
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