Sunday, March 9, 2014

DNF Review: SLOW HEAT (Loveswept) Mass Market Paperback

I've finished "Slow Heat" by Erica Spindler.

Jack Jacob thrived on excitement, thrilled to a challenge, and always played to win, so when the sexy TV film critic was teamed with Jill Lansing, he expected fireworks. Five years before, they'd been wildly, recklessly in love, but he couldn't give her what she needed. Now she needed a hero, a man who'd share his soul. Original.

About the Author

A New York Times and International bestselling author, Erica Spindler's skill for crafting engrossing plots and compelling characters has earned both critical praise and legions of fans. Published in 25 countries, her stories have been lauded as "thrill-packed page turners, white- knuckle rides and edge-of-your-seat whodunits."

Raised in Rockford, Illinois, Erica had planned on being an artist, earning a BFA from Delta State University and an MFA from the University of New Orleans in the visual arts. In June of 1982, in bed with a cold, she picked up a romance novel for relief from daytime television. She was immediately hooked, and soon decided to try to write one herself. She leaped from romance to suspense in 1996 with her novel Forbidden Fruit, and found her true calling.

Her novel Bone Cold won the prestigious Daphne du Maurier Award for excellence. A Romance Writers of America Honor Roll member, she received a Kiss of Death Award for her novels Forbidden Fruit and Dead Run and was a three-time RITA Award finalist. Publishers Weekly awarded the audio version of her novel Shocking Pink a Listen Up Award, naming it one of the best audio mystery books of 1998.

Erica lives just outside New Orleans, Louisiana, with her husband and two sons and is busy at work on her next thriller.

Product Details
Series: Loveswept
Mass Market Paperback
Publisher: Loveswept (April 1, 1995)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0553445162
ISBN-13: 978-0553445169

My Review:

This book is so bad I couldn't even get passed the first few chapters.  Bad character development and all they needed was to talk to each other.



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