Hot Shot

Hot Shot

by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

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ISBN-13: 9780982639818
Publisher: The Axelrod Agency
Publication date: 10/05/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 350
Sales rank: 79,276
File size: 835 KB

About the Author

Susan Elizabeth Phillips, romance's newest rising star, has been praised as "one of the best writers of contemporary fiction in the twentieth century" (Affaire de Coeur). With her delightful novels, including her most recent hits Dream a Little Dream and Nobody's Baby But Mine, she has touched the hearts and funny bones of readers -- and has soared onto both national and New York Times bestseller lists. A past recipient of the Romance Writers of America's prestigious Favorite Book of the Year award, and the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award, Susan Elizabeth Phillips lives with her husband and two sons.

Hometown:

Chicago, Illinois

Place of Birth:

Cincinnati, Ohio

Education:

B.F.A., Ohio University

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Hot Shot 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 48 reviews.
maggie70GA More than 1 year ago
This is one of her earlier books. It's good,but her work is now fine honed and much more enjoyable.
PeniA More than 1 year ago
While I love this author this was not one of my favorite.
dfullmer on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I'm impressed with they way she is able to have such comprehensive character development. Her characters fall in love, and fall out of love all within the course of the novel. This was a good romance, and it had lots of suspense as well.
Ann_Louise on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Disappointing. The only SEP I couldn't make myself finish.
Grandeplease on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I am not a romance novel connoisseur. I have thumbed through a few over the years as some of the book covers scream. Without fail, within four or five pages, I want to gag. (Romance addicts are now scrolling to the bottom of this review and clicking "no".) Romance novels just aren't (weren't?) my thing. Then along came Suzie, the heroine of Hot Shot.Author Susan Elizabeth Phillips has done her homework. The plot, yes there is a real plot, evolves around the Silicon Valley in the late `70s and the emergence of the computer and nerd nirvana. The story is fascinating. It is nostalgic - where were you when Elvis died?I read Hot Shot because I was told that I would like it. I was really skeptical. "Give it chance", it was suggested. Five pages in "His voice rose over the roar of the Harley, and his dark, mesmerizing eyes speared through her skin" activated the gag reflex."Give it a chance" echoed in my mind. I did and I am glad.
reneebooks on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is one of SEP's earlier books (published 1991) and her writing style has really changed (for the better) since then. There was little evidence of her typical humor that I loved in books like It Had to Be You and Match Me If You Can. The story (which felt more like a saga covering almost 500 pages) focuses around Susannah Faulconer's life from a small child through her rise in the corporate world and the computer industry. But there was too much detail on the emerging computer industry and not enough romance. The characters were complex and interesting but the romance felt tacked on. Not my favorite SEP. (Grade: C+)
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Not my favorite Susan Elizabeth Phillips book, but still a good read. Revolves around the upstart of personal computers and is very informative with how PCs really became popular with people at home, but was lacking in the romance department. Phillips is always a go to author for me, but this one was a tad disappointing.
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