The Hot Spot by Niobia Bryant

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For one newly single lady, it's time to make things hot…

When Zaria Ali married her high school sweetheart, she jumped straight into adulthood. But twenty-one years later, her husband has left her for a younger woman, her kids are in college-and Zaria is looking to make up for lost time. Who says she can't be living la vida loca in her forties? And who says she can't date hot twenty-six-year-old Kaleb Strong?...

Kaleb may be young, but he's mature-and ready to settle down with the right woman. Zaria lightens up his serious side-and turns him on like no one ever has. But is there more between them than just explosive chemistry? The only way to find out is to follow his heart, and show Zaria that when it comes to love, age is nothing but a number…

"Hot men, spicy women and a sexually captivating story.” --Romantic Times on Hot Like Fire

"Very impressive.” -Cydney Rax, author of Brothers & Wives

 

About Niobia Bryant

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NIOBIA BRYANT is the author of more than twenty books in three different genres. She also writes as Meesha Mink and Simone Bryant. The Newark, New Jersey, native currently lives in South Carolina.
 
Published August 1, 2011 by Kensington Books. 302 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bryant continues her popular series about the sexy Strong brothers (after 2010's Give Me Fever) with this serious look at the pitfalls of May%E2%80%93December romance. Kaleb, an impossibly attractive

Jun 20 2011 | Read Full Review of The Hot Spot

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Committing her life to her marriage and being the best wife possible did not stop Zaria Ali’s marriage from ending in divorce.

Nov 04 2011 | Read Full Review of The Hot Spot

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