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by Susan Johnson

  • ISBN: 0553582550
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Susan Johnson
  • Subcategory: Erotica
  • Other formats: lit doc mobi lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bantam (May 2002)
  • FB2 size: 1304 kb
  • EPUB size: 1294 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 202
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Blonde Heat is an unabashed sexual outing for three childhood friends who find . I enjoyed reading Susan Johnson's new offering, Blonde Heat. I'm hoping that this book signals Susan Johnson's turn away from just the basic stuff to a story with more depth.

Blonde Heat is an unabashed sexual outing for three childhood friends who find romance and a summer of love in the town of Elys - with Lily, the betrayed and divorced soap-opera actress fulfiling her fantasies with a NHL star hockey player Billy Bianchini. Her friends Cece and Serena seek passion in the arms of playboy Nicholas Zuber and sheriff Frank respectively. At first I thought it was more of the same - one gets tired of the same worn, tired formula from a really good writer.

What could be more surprising than Susan Johnson kicking off her contemporary debut with a theme that departs from her usual historical style and screams chick-literature? Blonde Heat is an unabashed sexual outing for three childhood friends who find romance and a summer of love in the town of Elys - with Lily, the betrayed and divorced soap-opera actress fulfiling her fantasies with a NHL star hockey player Billy Bianchini.

Susan Johnson, award-winning author of nationally bestselling novels, lives in the country near North Branch, Minnesota. A former art historian, she considers the life of a writer the best of all possible worlds. writing stories is fun.

Second in the all-new trilogy from the New York Times bestselling author of Gorgeous as Sin If his mistress is missing, then who's the woman in the baron's bed? When Baron Lenox's assignation with his mistress goes awry, he finds himself in bed with the wrong lady. Desperate to avoid a loathsome match, Zena Turku ran from the glittering ballroom into a snowy night - and threw herself on the mercy of a darkly handsome stranger. He was her only hope of escape, her one guarantee of safe passage to her home in the Causasus Mountains.

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Sunlight: Blonde Heroines in Contemporary Romance Novels. Susan Johnson tends to get right to it. Not much story but plenty of nookie. Books with Hair Colors in the Title.

SUMMER OF LOVE Three best friends from the city are coming home this summer-and temperatures are going to soar. What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. Explore rewards Explore Kobo VIP Membership.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Blonde Heat: A Novel. Blonde Heat - Susan Johnson. Three best friends from the city are coming home this summer-and temperatures are going to soar. For each, the small lakeside town of Ely holds warm memories of erotic trysts and first crushes, passionate nights and bittersweet heartbreak.

Blonde Heat: A Novel Format: Mass Market Paperback Authors: Susan Johnson ISBN10: 0553582550 Published: 2002-05-01 SUMMER OF LOVE Three best friends from the city are coming home this summer-and temperatures are going to soar.

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SUMMER OF LOVEThree best friends from the city are coming home this summer--and temperatures are going to soar. For each, the small lakeside town of Ely holds warm memories of erotic trysts and first crushes, passionate nights and bittersweet heartbreak. Now they are returning to their hometown for the hottest summer of their lives--and three new chances at love. . .For Serena, the bored would-be socialite, the passion she’s been missing comes in the form of a man all wrong for her--for all the deliciously right reasons. For Ceci, the poet and cynic, the art of love was a carefully orchestrated game--until the town bad boy teaches her the pleasure of losing control. And for Lily, the cable TV star recovering from a broken marriage, the carefree summer fling she’d begun with Ely’s most handsome and eligible resident burns with a sensual heat that will melt every taboo. Neither Lily, Ceci, nor Serena knows how the summer will end, but one thing is certain--each will experience a seduction to remember. . .
Reviews about Blonde Heat: A Novel (7):
Ganthisc
Love the way she writes. Characters are always fun and interesting. This heat could have been brunette, redhead, or bald and it would have been just as fun.

Good Job, again, Susan.
Dolid
Superb!
Bloodray
Three tired friends return to Ely for companionship, as their track record with men has been abysmal. Each one has fond memories of a first love in Ely, but wonder if the recollections are illusions caused by time emphasizing the positive.

Wealthy Serena Howard is tired of her string of married lovers who offer nothing except a little sexual encounter with the emphasis on little. She finds herself quite attracted to Sheriff Frankie Aronson, but wonders if a working stiff law enforcement official is capable of keeping up with an upper class lady?

Ceci Cignoli believes she loves her lover, guide Nick Zuber. However, she questions what the long run will bring for them as neither seems ready to commit to more than a nature tryst?

Lily Kalliois recovers from a nasty divorce when she meets old friend hockey superstar Billy Bianchich. Will she score the Stanley Cup's winning goal with this hunk of a wing or will she be just another trophy for him?

How many angels can you find on the head of a pin translates into how often can the F verb be used in a novel? The story line of BLONDE HEAT is overall well written, but the over abuse of profanity will turn off some readers. The three sets of couples are a fine group though no one in the ensemble is fully developed. Still, fans of contemporary erotic romances will enjoy Susan Johnson's latest tryst as the blondes heat up the sheets of her latest novel.

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What could be more surprising than Susan Johnson kicking off her contemporary debut with a theme that departs from her usual historical style and screams chick-literature? Blonde Heat is an unabashed sexual outing for three childhood friends who find romance and a summer of love in the town of Elys - with Lily, the betrayed and divorced soap-opera actress fulfiling her fantasies with a NHL star hockey player Billy Bianchini. Her friends Cece and Serena seek passion in the arms of playboy Nicholas Zuber and sheriff Frank respectively. However love always don't come easy when Billy is ensnared by a tenacious enamored single mother who fawns over his parents and using her kid as an excuse to further her advances; Zuber can't change his frivolous ways in the face of business and Frank isn't sure that Serena can accept him as an equal partner with their deviant background...
Sure, Blonde Heat is full of sizzling passionate scenes and is a breezy irreverent read filled with bitchy remarks and celebration of the women's camaderie. Jealousy, rage and dumb blonde vengeance are refreshingly detailed by Johnson. Yet one feels the lack of development in the characters' premise especially Lily in her angst of her marriage. Lily and Billy's romance could have been a poignant one but one gets the feeling that Susan Johnson intends to rush to the next carnal description. It is erotic and smoldering but Blonde Heat is a no-holds-barred reckless ride that lacks a bit of subtlety and redemption to strike gold.
Grarana
This book was terrible! I enjoy a good romance mixed with a lot of passion, but this book failed on both accounts. There is no real plot to the story and someone must have poured cold water on the hot passion because it was sex, that read more like a how to guide, then a story. I tried finishing this book for 3 months, but could not do it. I had heard a lot of good things about Ms. Johnson's writing, but I am afraid to read the other books that I have of her's because of this book. If you must read this book do yourself the favor of finding it for a dollar or less, other wise you are wasting your money.
Nightscar
I enjoyed reading Susan Johnson's new offering, Blonde Heat. At first I thought it was more of the same -- one gets tired of the same worn, tired formula from a really good writer. It's a little bit more of the same, but at the same time, the book is humorous. It's a dreamer's kind of book. Home town boys who had crushes on home town beauties get beauties. The title is sorta clichéd, and I think that that is part of the fun of the book. I'm hoping that this book signals Susan Johnson's turn away from just the basic stuff to a story with more depth. I can only hope.
Kea
As an avid reader of romance and erotica, I can honestly say this has to be the worst combination of genres I've ever read. Notorious for her ability to inundate readers with multiple love - no,excuse me - sex scenes, Ms. Johnson has a devoted following; however, with her latest she has taken a bend in the road. Perhaps it's her age (no I'm not an anti-age, I enjoy Dorothy Garlock who is roughly the same age) or because she has not explored the contemporary world of romance enough, I'm not sure. I am sure Ms. Johnson not only left her novel unresolved (a BIG No-No in the romance genre), but left the reader having no empathy for any of her characters. Immature and beautiful; well-endowed and mysoginistic....need I say more?
I would only recommend this novel to those who thumb through the pages looking for the "naughty" parts. There are many, and they are the only decent part of the book. I wish I'd done that, it would have saved me some time.
I whined months ago when I found out that SJ's next book was going to be a Contemporary since I wanted the same old SJ who wrote Historicals. I almost didn't buy the book but since I consider myself SJ's number one fan, I bought it begrudgingly and began reading it with the same attitude.
I finished the book in 36 hours with a satisfied grin and now I can't wait to see if she'll write another Contemporary. I am hoping she'll delve further into these 3 couples and their growing relationship. I wish she had added another 100 more pages or so. Heck let me be greedy, I wish she had written 3 books instead! A book for each couple.

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