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Night Heat
     

Night Heat

4.4 13
by Brenda Jackson
 

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Sebastian Steele was the kind of man women dreamed about.

He was drop-dead gorgeous, wickedly charming and fabulously wealthy. So why wouldn't Jocelyn Mason accept his offer to help run her struggling company? It was his reputation. Sebastian was a corporate shark, and Jocelyn knew the big fish didn't swim with the little fish, they swallowed them whole.

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Night Heat 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Can't say it was my favorite Brenda Jackson novel. However, it was still a great read. This is the first book in the Steele Family Series that I have read, I must back track and read Chance's tale. The story centers around Jocelyn and Sebastian - two completely opposite people yet you feel the sparks between them from their first meeting. Thoroughly enjoyed their heated attraction. Night Heat also contains a very endearing secondary plot involving Jocelyn's sister, Leah and Reese, her lost love. Which I think I enjoyed more than the main story and wouldn't have mind reading more about their situation. All in all, Brenda Jackson knows her stuff and she has yet to disappoint me.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Brenda Jackson's writing. She makes the characters come alive. Her Steele family series is phenomenal so far. I can't wait to read about Morgan Steele. I love the way she focused on the affects of a rape victim she made you feel like you were reliving that horrible trauma with the character Leah. Everyone should purchase this book it's great !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As usual I loved this book in the Steele series. This was another good story by Brenda Jackson, who continues to show her talent as a romance writer extraordinare. I hope you get the meaning of what I am saying. I loved the relationship of Jocelyn and Has. So happy Leah was able to overcome the tragedy with the help of her former lover. LA-TXN
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I was really disappointed in this book. I didn't feel a connection between Sebastian and Jocelyn, and I was more interested in her sister's story. I have been disappointed in several of her most recent books, all of the Westmoreland story line except Thorn's Challenge,