Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Review: Hot-Wired by Jennifer LaBrecque

Title: Hot-Wired
Series: From 0-60
Author: Jennifer LaBrecque
Read copy: eBook
Published: May 1, 2009
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426832303
ISBN-13: 9781426832307

Bad boy Beau Stillwell was born with a need for speed. The reigning champ of Outlaw racing, Beau's always been a lightning rod for women—but not one of them has ever sent a real sizzle his way.

Until he meets Natalie Bridges, his little sister's wedding planner. Natalie's uptight. Controlling. But Beau discovers that underneath her cool, classic exterior, Natalie's a fiery little hot rod. And he knows exactly how to get her engine revved...

But when Natalie finds out Beau's deceived her, she hits the brakes. It's time for a little payback. And Natalie's going to start by driving Beau absolutely wild...

My rating:

Beau Stillwell would stop at nothing to at lest delay his sister’s wedding with the hottest country crooner of the moment. Even if that means driving wedding planner Natalie Bridges absolutely nuts.
But his plan soon backfires and he’s the one who ends up crazy. For the lovely Natalie.

This was a quick-read, fell-good, slightly tearjerker-y toward the end, cute little romance of enemies-to-lovers with a hunky, all-American, yummy construction-company owner and part-time race driver hero, a determined, sassy, slightly annoying, and a lot shallow at the beginning heroine, steamy scenes galore, great supporting cast, and rather good pacing. Yet, though it was sweet and sexy, it was nothing to write home about.

Solidly in the average slot.


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