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Hot Legs

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2004

    Hot Fun!

    Stayed up late with this one. Cassie (Hot Legs)is off to track down an art thief with the help of a good-looking man, Bobby. Things quickly heat up and you find yourself cheering for Cassie and Bobby.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2004

    Hot Legs

    Cassie Hill swore off men, but when a priceless painting goes missing, she needs the help of one to recover the stolen art. The one who is most equipped to help her with that problem is the one man who can help her with the main one, fear of love. Bobby Serre can not only spot a forgery a mile off, he can spot a beautiful woman, like Cassie, whom he dubs Hot Legs. Together, they navigate the dangerous world where art thieves lurk and the dangers of romance. Even as they try to recover the stolen painting, they steal each others' hearts. ................. Though fast paced, the plot occassionally wanders, getting lost in the soft eroticism of the lovers' romance. However, those who prefer that will be well pleased.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2004

    WOW......A HOT READ!!!!

    It's fun, quirky, stimulating and the two main characters are so insync sexually. Reminds me of a Sex in the City episode on paper.Bobby is certainly every woman's fantasy and you cheer for both he and Cassie to end up together.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2004

    fast-paced heated romance

    Minneapolis Museum of Art curator Cassie Hill has sworn off men following her cheating husband of five years Jay Sibley III leaving her for a shallow bimbo with cash. Her distaste for anything male except dead artists will change soon as her boss Arthur Northrup hires art bounty hunter Bobby Serre to locate a missing Rubens. Bobby immediately leaves Budapest for Minneapolis.<P> Bobby evaluates the crime scene and begins checking into each member of the staff and Arthur¿s latest spouse, three if he has an up to date scorecard unlike Bobby who vowed never again after one. As Bobby makes inquires he and Cassie hit it off. When his ex Jessica hears rumors that he is falling in love, she rushes to the Twin Cities and pulls off a ploy to get Cassie out of town because in her mind Bobby is at her beck and call. As Bobby works the case, Jessica also persuades Cassie that her new love is a womanizer just like Jay.<P> HOT LEGS is a fast-paced heated romance in which limousines, showers, and anything else is fair grounds for some sexual activity. The story line is action-packed and not just lips locking scenes as Bobby works the art theft case. Bobby is a delightful protagonist who comes across as a not fully boiled sleuth while Cassie is an intelligent delightful individual. The lead couples' former spouses have little, if any, redeeming qualities yet fans of torrid private investigator romances will enjoy this art of love tale.<P> Harriet Klausner

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