Hot Stuff (Paperback)
|Author: Carly Phillips|
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|Annabelle Jordan, a publicist for her uncles firm, The Hot Zone, mixes business with pleasure when she, despite her aversion to love, falls for her client, ex-football legend and entrepreneur Brandon Vaughn. Reissue. *Author: Phillips, Carly *Publication Date: 2009/12/29 *Number of Pages: 336 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 0.75 *Width: 4.25 *Height: 6.75|
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Annabelle Jordan, a publicist for her uncle's firm, The Hot Zone, mixes business with pleasure when she, despite her aversion to love, falls for her client, ex-football legend and entrepreneur Brandon Vaughn. Reissue.she's not just one of the guys
Annabelle Jordan and her two sisters were orphans in frilly dresses when they went to live with their sports-lawyer uncle in his world of locker rooms, bookies and gambling.
Now the girls are publicists in their uncle's firm, The Hot Zone. Despite her upbringing, Annabelle is all woman. She's naturally drawn to real men—like her latest client, businessman and former football legend Brandon Vaughn.
The chemistry is potent, undeniable, irresistible. Annabelle soon realizes that Brandon is much more than just another jock. And that she'd better hold on tight if she
doesn't want to lose her heart.
This contemporary romance kicks off the Hot Zone trilogy about the three Jordan sisters. Bachelor Yank Morgan's orphaned girly-girl nieces don't share his love for sports, but they all wanted to go into PR, and now the three women are publicists in his sports PR firm, The Hot Zone. The oldest sister, Annabelle Jordan, is just coming off a bad relationship when she starts falling for her latest client, Brandon Vaughn, a retired football player who's starting a camp for learning disabled children.
"...[S]hines with Phillips's trademark sizzle and sensuality." - Susan Mitchell August 2004 Publishers Weekly
"...[T]his breezy book will likely score a touchdown with readers looking for sexy thrills and instant gratification." 07/12/2004