Book Reviews of Night Heat (Kimani Romance)

Night Heat (Kimani Romance)
Night Heat - Kimani Romance
Author: Brenda Jackson
ISBN-13: 9781583147788
ISBN-10: 1583147780
Publication Date: 9/1/2006
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Kimani
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Book 2 of Forged of Steele series

He was drop dead gorgeous and wealthy. So why wouldn't Jocely accept his offer to help run her struggling company? It was his reputation. Sebastian was a corporate shark, and Jocelyn knew the big fish didn't swim with the little fish, they swallowed them whole.
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I did not enjoy this at all. Started off well then somewhere in the middle it went all bad...Predictable, rushed you name it.
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Night Heat was so hot, I couldn't really sleep until I found out how Bas captured his woman. When we met him in Solid Soul I knew that he wasn't going to stay with Cassandra. Thank you Brenda for bring a woman like Joceyln Mason in to his life. She was the perfect mix of fire and desire.
It was really refreshing to see a heroine who was beautiful but still had edge to her.
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This book is another great read by Brenda Jackson. When hot millionaire Sebastien Steele heads south in order to fulfill the last will and testament of his mentor, he finds himself falling for his mentor's daughter, Jocelyn Mason. Jocelyn, who is a bit prim and proper, resents Sebastien's presence and interference in her family company. It's not long before resentment turns into desire and Jocelyn is falling hard for the sexy millionaire. This is a good book with an interesting side story about the heroine's sister.
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Good story. I really like Bas. I could never figure out why he was with Cassandra. However, I enjoyed the story of him and Jocelyn.