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ISBN-13: 9781494379759
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/03/2014
Pages: 136
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.29(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

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Heat (Black Inferno, #1) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
purpinkrose More than 1 year ago
Lacey and Roxie are in a club on a girls night out for Lacey's Birthday. But what you have to understand is that as much as they both are into men, they sometimes relieve that itch with each other. On this particular night they are approached by two of the hottest men ever.   After a few drinks they head back to the girls apartment for a night of fun!!! For Cole this isn't just one night But he is holding back on what he does for a living.  This book is seriously hot. I loved it. Girls we have Two new book boyfriends in the form of The Masse brothers. MY favourite being Cole.  YOU HAVE TO READ THIS BOOK.  Everything about this book compels you once you start reading it you wont stop until the end. Then make sure you have Ignite to read straight after. I give this book 5/5 stars and 5/5 for movie moments. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Heat (BLACK INFERNO #1) Reviewed by Brittani for the Sinful thoughts book blog I thought the Heat was an over all good book, Heat is the fist book in the inferno series I feel like this is a beach read, something that’s nice and quick with steamy all rolled in to one. Now I did I have a little bit of a problem with some of the grammar or some words written in the wrong context, but other than that I enjoyed the book. So this book is about Lacey and Roxie who go out for Lacey’s 22 birthday at their favorite club with their friends Ria and Paige. There they meet to two men Eric and Cole who are Rock star brothers in the rock band Black inferno who are just looking for a good time out with out any of their fans or groupies recognizing them, there they spot Lacey and Roxie dancing with each on a small stage in the center in the club where they all make eye contact with each other and then it’s a done deal, I don’t recommend this book for people who are not into foursome scenes because there is a sexy scene in the book but other than that the rest of the book is all about lacey and Cole. While I enjoyed the book and it’s a quick read, I did want to know about each character and their stories more, other than that this is the first book in the series so maybe there is more to come, But overall I give it a 4 and I would read books by K.T. Fisher again.