Book Reviews of Hot Streak

Hot Streak
Hot Streak
Author: Susan Johnson
ISBN-13: 9780553561159
ISBN-10: 0553561154
Publication Date: 8/31/2004
Pages: 432
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 63 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Molly: A beautiful bride-to-be, fell hopelessly in love with another man. A man she could never marry....
Carey: A world-class horseman and film director, lived a glittering jet-set life that Molly could never be a part of.

Against all odds, fate would give their love a second chance. Years later, as Molly struggled to raise her daughter in the wake of betrayal, she dreamed of her beloved Carey.

Then, one day he appeared-more glamorous, wealthy, and irresistible than she ever remembered, Now she was ready to embrace his world...his passions...His fast-paced lifestyle....
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About a woman who had a summer fling but married someone else. Her one true love returns into her life but is trying to keep a good friend alive.
It was good. Slow in beginning.
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This has a lot of heat and I believe humour in it.
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It was a little slow at first, but since I was stuck on a plane with nothing else to read, I no choice but to stay with it. I'm glad I did. While it's not my favorite by this author, it was still a good book.
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This was a feel good book. Molly struggles to build an independent life as a single mother and business owner can she give up some of her independence for an old love.
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Good story line. Always like her stories & this was no exception.
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Her worst to date. Stick with the historicals, Ms. Johnson, and leave contemporary times alone. Even her usual erotica couldn't save this one for me; I quit about halfway through. The children talking and acting like adults, and the absolutely silly spy subplot were just too painful. Not recommended.
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Author of "Twin Peaks" and "Not Just for Tonight"
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very good.