Blonde Heat by Susan Johnson

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SUMMER OF LOVE

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. 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. . .


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About Susan Johnson

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Award-winning, nationally bestselling author Susan Johnson lives in the country near North Branch, Minnesota. She is a former art historian.
 
Published December 15, 2009 by Bantam. 288 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Three 30-something blonde bombshells meet up in their hometown of Ely, Minn., to schmooze, booze and have wild sex with younger men in Susan Johnson's chaotic contemporary, Blonde Heat.

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And, not only do women not talk the way they do in this book, we rarely even think the way they do in this book.

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