Hot Spot

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Berkley Sensation, 2005 - Fiction - 297 pages
7 Reviews
The New York Times bestselling author of Hot Pink-and the first lady of erotic romance-presents a sizzling new tale.

Stella Scott doesn't date customers. So when a superhero-in-the-flesh strolls into her comic book store, snapping up rare editions and insisting on taking her to dinner, she knows she's in trouble. It isn't long before Stella finds herself revising her little rule. But while she's having a blast between the sheets, there's no way she's going to let herself do something fall head over heels in love. Hopefully it isn't too late...

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User Review  - penelopewanders - Goodreads

Eons since I'd read something by this author, and this may well have been the first contemporary. Although I didn't find it wildly credible, I enjoyed it. Read full review

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User Review  - Christine - Goodreads

Comic book store owner and artist, Stella, doesn't date customers until she meets Danny. A computer programmer who normally plays the field, Danny isn't looking for something serious. When their ... Read full review


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Susan Johnson, a former art historian, is the award-winning author of several nationally bestselling novels.

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