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White Hot
White Hot
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN: 1882
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reviewed White Hot on + 4 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
My first Sandra Brown book and I've got to say I was thoroughly entertained. The ending was a little farfetched, in my opinion, but overall I enjoyed it.
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Helpful Score: 5
Excellent! She is such a great storyteller. A real surprise ending, as most of her books are. Loved it!
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Helpful Score: 4
Typical engrossing Sandra Brown fare. Determined, strong willed heroine. Fierce, possibly evil, hero. Tension (and torid sex) between the two. Happy ending.

A great "beach book" -- better written than many. I seem to be hooked! I have to admit to being fooled about the ending this time. Clever.
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Helpful Score: 3
I am reading it now for the second time and it's still as great as the first time I read it. I would recommend this book to anyone!!
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Helpful Score: 3
This was another great book by Sandra Brown. A definite 5 star read. Will keep you on the edge of your seat waiting to find out what really happend and the ending was a complete surprise!
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When her brother commits suicide Sayre returns to her hometown where she has vowed to never return. Her family owns a casting company and they are crooked. When she goes to town for her brothers funeral, she meets Beck Merchant her fathers lawyer and she stays in town because her brothers suicide is ruled a murder. She has to overcome a lot of bad memories from her past to help solve the murder of her brother. This book is excellent reading and it is up to the standards that Sandra Browns books are always a certainty to be.