Too Hot to Sleep
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Too Hot to Sleep

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by Stephanie Bond

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Too Hot to Sleep by Stephanie Bond released on Jun 1, 2009 is available now for purchase.


Too Hot to Sleep by Stephanie Bond released on Jun 1, 2009 is available now for purchase.

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Stephanie Bond grew up in eastern Kentucky, but traveled to distant lands through Harlequin romance novels. Years later, the writing bug bit her, and once again she turned to romance. Her writing has allowed her to travel in person to distant lands to teach workshops and promote her novels. She’s written more than forty projects for Harlequin, including a romantic mystery series called Body Movers. To learn more about Stephanie Bond and her novels, visit

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Too Hot to Sleep 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Va-va voom without being pornographic. Loved the story and characters.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wow! Very sexy without being vulgar. Tons of great chemistry between the characters.
Guest More than 1 year ago

Stephanie Bond's latest book is definitely not for the faint of heart. Having said that, I will also say that if you are one who likes their romance steamy you can't do better than this sexy, spicy, and often humorous tale of the ultimate 'wrong number'. I can certainly relate to the problem Georgia has with her new phone. I still have to call my son to help re-program the VCR remote. So, screwing up the speed dial is entirely possible to me. I did wonder about the believability of the heroine not knowing it wasn't her boyfriend on the line, but the author offers a plausible reason and because the phone calls were only a few, it was believable for me.

Ms. Bond definitely pushes the envelope with this book, with her well-crafted 'flying solo' scenes. Does she push it out of bounds? Not in my opinion. The language is suggestive, but not explicit. She also gives us those elements we've come to expect: a hero and heroine who make mistakes and aren't afraid to apologize. The hero, Ken Medlock, makes a memorable case for himself in the end as he tries to legitimately win Georgia's love after having kept the truth from her for so long. Does this make him less heroic? No. It makes him human.

I've read several of Ms. Bond's earlier books, and look forward to seeing more of her writing for this particular category. I did learn one very important fact from reading this book: There are white chocolate-covered cherries!!

Guest More than 1 year ago
It normal takes me forever to read a book for lack of intrest, but I was done with this book in less than a week. It is one I couldn't put down.