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Book Reviews of Blonde Heat

Blonde Heat
Blonde Heat
Author: Susan Johnson
ISBN-13: 9780553582550
ISBN-10: 0553582550
Publication Date: 5/2002
Pages: 288
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 60 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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11 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

reviewed Blonde Heat on + 384 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I'm really loving this author. She writes hotttttttttttt books that actually have a great story to them. On to the next.
munk avatar reviewed Blonde Heat on + 40 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
Great quick read! Hott and steamy!!
daltonryan avatar reviewed Blonde Heat on + 38 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This book is very racy. In fact, it was a little too racy for me. The language used in it was a little bit more raw than I would have liked.
reviewed Blonde Heat on + 1214 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Not the author's best work. I found it hard to identify or even sympathize with three such ditzy airheads. It's basically a book of sexual situations, & even they aren't that interesting.
reviewed Blonde Heat on + 15 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
A quick read about 4 women who are starting over after relationship problems. Don't really have to use much brain power on this read!
drdetroyt avatar reviewed Blonde Heat on
Helpful Score: 1
Not one of her best books, but a good read.
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Three 30-something blonde bombshells meet up in their hometown of Ely, Minn., to schmooze, booze and have wild sex with younger men in Susan Johnson's chaotic contemporary, Blonde Heat. The "mind-blowing" sex that Lily, Ceci and Serena share with their male counterparts, Billy, Zuber and Frankie, begins on page 25, which is not unusual for Johnson's novels, but the lovers' angst-ridden confrontations, hasty bouts of make-up sex and perpetual drunkenness will wear on readers by mid-book. Johnson's latest (after Seduction in Mind) reads like a continual frat party no work and plenty of excess but sorority sisters looking for a racy read may find some temporary thrills.

Three best friends from the city are coming home this summer--and temperatures are going to soar. For each, the small lakeside town of Ely holds warm memories of erotic trysts and first crushes, passionate nights and bittersweet heartbreak. Now they are returning to their hometown for the hottest summer of their lives--and three new chances at love. . .

For Serena, the bored would-be socialite, the passion shes been missing comes in the form of a man all wrong for her--for all the deliciously right reasons. For Ceci, the poet and cynic, the art of love was a carefully orchestrated game--until the town bad boy teaches her the pleasure of losing control. And for Lily, the cable TV star recovering from a broken marriage, the carefree summer fling shed begun with Elys most handsome and eligible resident burns with a sensual heat that will melt every taboo. Neither Lily, Ceci, nor Serena knows how the summer will end, but one thing is certain--each will experience a seduction to remember. . .
desertkat avatar reviewed Blonde Heat on + 48 more book reviews
This book was pretty predictable, not what I expected. There just wasn't enough substance to it.
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Three friends back for a summer. The divorcee, the self proclaimed "never get attached" and the mistress discover what truely make them happy. A bunch of sexual scenes but most are not graphic.
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3 Friends return to their hometown for a summer. Besides dealing with past memories, they encounter new loves. Sizzling and good plot
cedarwoman avatar reviewed Blonde Heat on + 89 more book reviews
I have not read this book it was given to me.
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