Blonde Heat

Blonde Heat

by Susan Johnson
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Blonde Heat by Susan Johnson


Three best friends from the city are coming home this summer--and temperatures are going to soar. For each, the small lakeside town of Ely holds warm memories of erotic trysts and first crushes, passionate nights and bittersweet heartbreak. Now they are returning to their hometown for the hottest summer of their lives--and three new chances at love. . .

For Serena, the bored would-be socialite, the passion she’s been missing comes in the form of a man all wrong for her--for all the deliciously right reasons. For Ceci, the poet and cynic, the art of love was a carefully orchestrated game--until the town bad boy teaches her the pleasure of losing control. And for Lily, the cable TV star recovering from a broken marriage, the carefree summer fling she’d begun with Ely’s most handsome and eligible resident burns with a sensual heat that will melt every taboo. Neither Lily, Ceci, nor Serena knows how the summer will end, but one thing is certain--each will experience a seduction to remember. . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553582550
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/28/2002
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 4.17(w) x 6.87(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

Susan Johnson, award-winning author of nationally bestselling novels, lives in the country near North Branch, Minnesota. A former art historian, she considers the life of a writer the best of all possible worlds. Researching her novels takes her to past and distant places, and bringing characters to life allows her imagination full rein, while the creative process offers occasional fascinating glimpses into complicated machinery of the mind. But most important...writing stories is fun.

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Blonde Heat 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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curlyloulou More than 1 year ago
This book was a quick read. It moved very fast (everybody sleeping with everybody by page 30) but it was still pretty good. Susan Johnson tends to get right to it. Not much story but plenty of nookie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved everything about this book - I read it in one day - I couldn't put it down!! I do wish the ending would have been a little better, but I'm hoping she will have another book to follow this one up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have liked Susan Johnson novels so I was pleased she wrote a modern day romance. However, she really missed the mark on this one. Three women with three different stories could have been short stories on their own. The story line was all over the board and so simple I felt like an idiot for reading it! The ending felt like she just got tired of writing and stopped before finishing. She didn't take the time to build any depth to the characters at all.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book very intising it was amazing I felt everything the charaters did to each other as if it were being done to me. The story line was awesome and the romantic side was wonderful and the sex explained was magnificent. The only problem I found was the way it eneded. I wanted more the happily ever after and what would happen to these hot for each other characters next.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This novel was filled with profanity that didn't add to the story line. It also featured 3 women who turn to booze, food and other men every time there is conflict in their relationships. A poor commentary on the state of 30 year olds if this is supposed to be typical American women. The writing style is typical Susan Johnson but the characters and plot are substandard compared to her other works.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Three tired friends return to Ely for companionship, as their track record with men has been abysmal. Each one has fond memories of a first love in Ely, but wonder if the recollections are illusions caused by time emphasizing the positive.

Wealthy Serena Howard is tired of her string of married lovers who offer nothing except a little sexual encounter with the emphasis on little. She finds herself quite attracted to Sheriff Frankie Aronson, but wonders if a working stiff law enforcement official is capable of keeping up with an upper class lady?

Ceci Cignoli believes she loves her lover, guide Nick Zuber. However, she questions what the long run will bring for them as neither seems ready to commit to more than a nature tryst?

Lily Kalliois recovers from a nasty divorce when she meets old friend hockey superstar Billy Bianchich. Will she score the Stanley Cup¿s winning goal with this hunk of a wing or will she be just another trophy for him?

How many angels can you find on the head of a pin translates into how often can the F verb be used in a novel? The story line of BLONDE HEAT is overall well written, but the over abuse of profanity will turn off some readers. The three sets of couples are a fine group though no one in the ensemble is fully developed. Still, fans of contemporary erotic romances will enjoy Susan Johnson¿s latest tryst as the blondes heat up the sheets of her latest novel.

Harriet Klausner