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Contemporary
Hot Property
By Amelia
Jun 13, 2008 - 8:03:52 PM

 

John and Amy like each other from the start, but a little arranging from a mutual friend puts them together. The first time Amy meets John, he captures her interest. The way he looks at her fills her with a deep yearning, then John’s date comes along and shatters the spell. The next time they meet is at a New Years Eve party.



John loves his job as a major league center fielder. He doesn't lack for anything, women wanting him, stylish apartment, fancy car, and money to burn. The fact that his body is well chiseled is definitely a plus in getting the women's attention. All that changes though when he doesn't play well in the last series. He becomes the media's scapegoat and his fans are disappointed in him. This puts him in a financial bind and his family doesn’t understand why he can’t give them the money they ask for.


Amy is the new publicist for Hot Zone and she’s been assigned to help John regain his image. Not only does Amy want to help John, but she is also crazy about him in a big way. Amy's work is cut out for her. John is not only having an off-season, but he is being targeted by a crazy fan. Can Amy rebuild John’s image or is his career over? Will John be able to stand up to his interfering, money hungry family or will he go to financial ruin because he can not say, ‘no’ to them.


Carly Phillips, a very talented writer, combines suspense and romance in her exciting novel in the sizzling “Hot” series called, HOT PROPERTY. The story captures your interest from the start and entertains you until the very last page. You will feel the emotional turmoil as Amy tries to rebuild John’s career. Also, they need to find the crazy fan and put an end to the stalking.


Whether you are a baseball fan or not, you will love this high-powered romance novel with hot, sexy guys galore! So don’t wait to get your copy. Run to your nearest bookstore and grab that copy before it becomes someone else’s, HOT PROPERTY!




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