Book Reviews of Hot Shot

Hot Shot
Hot Shot
Author: Charlotte Hughes
ISBN-13: 9781551669410
ISBN-10: 1551669412
Publication Date: 9/1/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 100 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Frankie is a fun character. She will be stubborn no matter how much it works against her. It is quite a funny book. I found myself laughing out loud a couple of times at the antics that were happening between Frankie and Matt. Of course a plot would not be complete without the Elvis fan, the bull named Caesar, and other quirky characters.
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Helpful Score: 2
A tough-talking in your face heroine you'll love.. hilarious..
a romantic comedy at it's best. i'm a mystery fan.. but loved this romantic chic-lit mystery
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Helpful Score: 1
Excellent story, very funny.
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Helpful Score: 1
I was very impressed! I didn't expect the book to be of the calibur of the Evanovich books but it was.
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Enjoyed the story
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OK, OK, so it's a formula romance . . . But it's still a lot of fun when our bright, sassy heroine finally decides what she wants and goes after it.

From back cover: Detective Franke Daniels hates her life -- well, what's left of it. After a romance with the wrong man goes bad, the tough Atlanta police detective finds herself "transferred" to Nowhere, U.S.A., Purdyville, South Carolina, is tantamount to a sentence of death by boredom for the street-smart chain-smoking cop. The crime rate here is beyond low . . . Almost as low as Frankie's self esteem.
When Frankie arrives to find her rental home in flames, she proceeds to chew out one of the locals -- only to realize she's just told off her new boss, the annoyingly gorgeous and smug Sheriff Matt Webber.
But Matt is more intrigued than angry at his new deputy. He suspects life in Purdyville is going to get very interesting indeed, especially after he watches her take down the local tough guy in two seconds flat. Even the crime rate seems to have risen to the occasion. But underneath that tough-cookie exterior: Matt's pretty sure Frankie's got a soft spot . . . he just hopes it's for him.
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Loved the book!
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good book fast read. a little too much romance for me but not bad.
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Great romance written for real people.
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didn't hold my interest but may hold someone else's
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the character is this book is so human. good read
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Good easy read! I loved the characters.
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Very funny...I enjoyed. Nice lite reading.
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This book was just plain fun! I was unable to put it down. I would highly recommend for a quick read.
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Frankie Daniels is a tough, smart-aleck Atlanta detective who finds herself "transferred" to small-town Purdyville, South Carolina - her new boss is handsome Sheriff Matt Webber. And now they have a murder to solve!
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Detective Franke Daniels hates her life -- well, what's left of it. After a romance with the wrong man goes bad, the tough Atlanta police detective finds herself "transferred" to Nowhere, U.S.A., Purdyville, South Carolina, is tantamount to a sentence of death by boredom for the street-smart chain-smoking cop. The crime rate here is beyond low . . . Almost as low as Frankie's self esteem.
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It was ok.