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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Feeling Hot by Elle Kennedy



Feeling Hot by Elle Kennedy Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (322 pages)
Other: M/F, F/M/M, Multiple Partners
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Lisianthus

In tight quarters, anything can happen.

An Out of Uniform story.

It’s been a rough month for Navy SEAL Cash McCoy. Fresh off six months of celibacy during his deployment, he almost got into a hot blonde’s panties before they were interrupted. Since then, he still hasn’t gotten laid. The reason? He lost her number. And no other woman has replaced her face in his fantasies.

Then his CO asks him to keep an eye on his sister for a few weeks. Just until her psycho stalker ex is transferred. Cash’s new houseguest is none other than the same gorgeous, quirky blonde. And just his luck—his orders include an emphatic hands off.

Jen Scott is having none of it. Now that she has a second chance, she’s not letting Cash slip away. Orders be damned, he’s the one man capable of helping her explore her sexuality. She’s even willing to break her own rule—never date military men—to get the gorgeous SEAL into her bed.

Except Cash makes it clear he wants more than she bargained for. Much more. Not just her body, but the one thing she promised herself she’d never give to a man in uniform. Her heart.


“Keep your hands off my sister…You touch her, and I’ll drown you.”

Navy Seal Cash McCoy had the biggest challenge of his life ahead, keep his hands off the delectable Jen Scott, or her big brother and his CO would drown him. With Jen’s ex-boyfriend turned stalker causing problems they are stuck living together and Jen is determined to get her hands on Cash.

The humor was superb, I was laughing from the first page. Poor Cash is coming off a six month deployment and the one woman he can’t touch is the only one he wants. I loved that instead of feeling awkward, I found myself rooting for Jen’s seduction to succeed.

Jen, is still considered a child by her family, but grows into her own with the help of Cash. I love stories when the heroine finds that one thing that completes her, and the man she loves supports her. Cash is pretty much perfect, which might be the only thing I didn’t like about him, I almost wish he had more flaws. That is definitely not something to hold against him, since his strength is so integral to the story.

This is the seventh book in the series, and while that can be problem for other stories, I had no problem figuring out who was who and what was going on. The scenes were sexy and plentiful, but a warning if you don’t like hot Navy Seals sharing a woman and even touching at one point, this isn’t the book for you. I didn’t feel like the ménage and the other sex scenes were out of place or contrived the scenes just seemed to happen naturally.

With hot Navy Seals everywhere there is nothing not to love, this is the book to pick up if you love humor and hot men.





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