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Posted May 13, 2013
Hot and Bothered was a fun, entertaining story about two people that ran away from life issues only to find each other on a remote cove on the Baja peninsula in Mexico.
Paul Murphy is living in his uncle’s home in Mexico. He left the LAPD after a tragedy involving a child, leaving his ex-wife and daughter behind. When another American shows up in his cove, he doesn’t know what to make of this woman who is obviously out of her element.
Judith Collier is one of the heirs to a chocolate dynasty. Recently left a large number of shares in the family business by her aunt, she has been hounded by her family to relinquish her voting rights for a merger. Escaping to Mexico so she can research her decision more thoroughly, she discovers that some of her extended family members will go to great lengths to secure her votes.
Paul and Judith are instantly attracted to each other, the pull is magnetic, but their lives are on totally different paths. Finding love was the last thing they expected.
I did find the ending somewhat rushed but you still got a very hot and steamy romance where two wounded souls struggle to find themselves and love. Hot and Bothered was an enjoyable romance with lots of fun in the sun.
This ARC copy of Hot and Bothered was given to me by Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept in exchange for a honest review. This book was set for publication May 13, 2013.