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The Big Heat (Big, Bad Bounty Hunters, #2) (Big, Bad Bounty Hunters #2)

3.74  ·  Rating Details  ·  66 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
This big, bad bounty hunter can handle anything. Or can he?Cade Stone can't believe Sunny Templeton. How did one sexy woman manage to get into so much trouble? Okay, so maybe she tried to take out a politician with her car. Who wouldn't do the same thing? But now it's landed her in jail, and the local media is out for blood. He's got to help her. That's just the kind of gu ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Harlequin
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Dina
This was a sweet, quick and forgettable read.

Cade and Sunny were nice, but there wasn't really much going on with them. The fact that they only met each other on Chapter 4 didn't help matters. Not that I expected to have them "jump into action" right away, but the 1st 3 chapters were like "wasted time" considering this was a Harlequin book, hence a short story, and every single page counts when one is expected to believe the hero and the heroine can fall in love so fast. I guess that was why the
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MelissaB
Sep 08, 2009 MelissaB rated it liked it
Love this thought, I think it will be my new imagined punishment for romance heroes that piss me off (currently I am imagining them chopped into little pieces, put into a blender and hit purée thanks to Holly R)

"she had fantasized that Meek's penis would fall off in a very public place and then a group of rogue rabid squirrels would attack and gnaw his nuts off"

This book was worth it for that line alone.

Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter
Feb 03, 2008 Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter rated it liked it
Recommended to Colleen (NerdyWoman) by: Daisiemae
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This is a sweet, sexy story and I enjoyed it. Some of the dialog was humorous, some of the scenes erotic as I've come to expect from Jennifer LaBrecque, but this story had less conflict than is usually found in her better work.

Perhaps LaBrecque spoiled us early on with stories like Barely Mistaken and Daring in the Dark. Her readers have every reason to expect very witty dialog and very erotic love scenes.

Nonetheless, The Big Heat makes for a pleasant evening's reading.

A related story, Feeling t
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Elisabeth Lane
May 04, 2015 Elisabeth Lane rated it really liked it
I was looking for a comfort read the other day and for some inexplicable reason, this old category romance came to mind. I read it over and over for a few months, but I got over it and eventually got rid of it with the rest of my books from what I now refer to as The Great Blaze Binge of 2008. I didn't even remember the title or the author, just that it featured a bounty hunter in a black t-shirt and a hot kiss where the hero backs the heroine into a closet door. Luckily that was sufficiently sp ...more
Allison
Mar 27, 2015 Allison rated it liked it
It was a good story as it wasn't cookie- cutter, however the ending felt weak.
John
Jun 03, 2012 John rated it liked it
I loved the author's humor, but when I finished it, I never really felt that the couple went THROUGH anything to get to the HEA. That really bothered me; the relationship was basically just fast-forwarded to the point where they have a bunch of hot sex and then have the HEA, as opposed to going through more personal issues and delving into that while having hot sex and reaching an HEA. The latter is more realistic, while the former leaves the reader wondering how dynamic the book they read actua ...more
Katie
Jun 22, 2011 Katie rated it really liked it
If we could give half-stars, this would be 4.5 stars. I'm conflicted because this book was REALLY good, but I couldn't really get into it until page 60 or so. But once the story got moving, it was hot, emotional, brought tears near the end, and generally pulled the heartstrings. Definitely a keeper, and I'll be checking out any other books by this author.
Melissa Morales
I really liked this book. It had great characters and a fun/flirty plot. I enjoyed reading it.
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First, let me say this is how I show up at my desk every morning to write. Dahling, I couldn’t possibly write a word unless I was wearing 3-inch heels with a Martini at hand. NOT!!! But it’s so different, and face it, infinitely less scarey than the way I usually work, running shorts and t-shirt with a cup of tea nearby, that I had to put this picture up.

I’ve been an avid reader ever since I was g
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“No one else had an inkling that a simple drive-by sighting left her nipples hard and her hoo-ha wet.” 2 likes
“This is the deal, honey—” “The name’s Sunny, not Honey.” “It’s a natural law. In every situation in life, someone has to be in charge. If it’s a situation I’m a part of, then I’m the one in charge.” 0 likes
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