Turner Hastings was working her part time job at the bank when it was robbed at gunpoint. It was the perfect opportunity for her to make her own heist. She robbed a safety deposit box, knowing she was being taped even as she did it. Now the town librarian is a fugitive from the FBI as she follows her own investigation.
Special Agent John MacKinnon is the FBI agent who is assigned to handle the bank robbery in the small community in Wisconsin. He watches the tape as Turner calmly empties the safety deposit box, then winks at the camera before turning away and leaving the bank. Although he knows she is a criminal, something about her catches his masculine attention. He lets his partner follow the two gunmen who robbed the cashiers and he begins to track Turner. MacKinnon always gets his man - or woman. But how does he want to get this criminal?
Hot is a light bit of fluff by Julia Harper. It's typical for its romance genre, fun and not deep. The reader is almost always ahead of the writer in the mystery, but it's the "journey" of the book that's important, not who done it or why.
Hot has some extremely explicit bedroom scenes, so definitely isn't for everyone. The story is predictable and the characters are smart. Hot provides a couple hours of cute escape.
Notice: Explicit sexual content; Non-graphic violence
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