Kentucky Heat

Jan Scarborough
Contemporary romance
Available from Resplendence Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-60735-323-2
May 2011

Hank Brennan is a struggling artist with no interest in getting involved in the family business if he doesn't succeed. One night while drowning his sorrows, he meets Raylynn Walker, a woman with the voice of an angel. She's the inspiration he needs to help kick-start his career and hopefully help him make something of himself that will impress the likes of his father.

This story was a very romantic tale with an incredible plot of a hero that doesn't give himself enough credit in achieving the things in life that he could. The teasing dialogue between Raylynn and Hank made for great reading, and folded over into a really hot sex scene. What I liked about Raylynn was her willingness to help Hank with his dream of becoming an artist with the help of his sister-in-law. While with Hank, I liked how he involved himself in helping Raylynn with her singing career because both of them had bright futures ahead if only they had the right inspiration. Although Raylynn didn't need to concentrate on her singing career as she had other endeavours in her life worth pursuing.

Overall, Kentucky Heat was a great short story and can be read as a stand-alone. However, in saying that, it has got me eager to read the others of this series.

Overall rating:
Sensuality rating: Very sensual

Reviewer: Bec
July 12, 2011

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