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In Stella Scott's busy life, she has one firm rule: She doesn't date customers. Ever. So when a drop-dead gorgeous guy strolls into her comic book store, snapping up rare editions and insisting on taking her to dinner, she knows she's in trouble.

Danny Rees isn't used to being turned down. Not even by a woman as beautiful and sexy as Stella Scott. In Danny's eyes, she's mor
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Paperback, 294 pages
Published May 2nd 2006 by Berkley Sensation (first published June 2005)
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jenjn79
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Squallogal
Sep 27, 2015 Squallogal rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A comic bookstore kind of love.

CC Gibbs contemporary books are always a battle of wills and beds. Guess which one often wins out. Always a story of intrigue to go along with the love story. This is no exception.

Just a sweet, easy read.
penelopewanders
Oct 23, 2014 penelopewanders rated it liked it
Eons since I'd read something by this author, and this may well have been the first contemporary. Although I didn't find it wildly credible, I enjoyed it.
Christine
Jan 03, 2013 Christine rated it really liked it
Comic book store owner and artist, Stella, doesn't date customers until she meets Danny. A computer programmer who normally plays the field, Danny isn't looking for something serious. When their affair turns red hot and they find they have more in common than just the physical, they have to decide what they really want out of life.

A surprisingly fun read, this was a couple that actually seemed like they could date in real life. Yes, there are many unrealstic situations in the book and the ending
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Ann Unger
loved it
Shannon
Oct 19, 2008 Shannon rated it it was ok
Shelves: chick-lit
“Hot Spot” has a beautiful heroine that owns a comic book store so I thought why not. Bottom of page two, the narrator says about a guy in her store, ‘He’d make a bomb-ass superhero.’ I don’t know if I will get passed the use of ‘bomb-ass’ in something that is not a screenplay. However, the character thought it so I might forgive it because something like ‘bomb-ass’ would be acceptable dialogue.
Grace Martin
Sep 25, 2012 Grace Martin rated it liked it
Not so sure about this book. The way the author changed from one character to the next in the same paragraph or even in the next was a bit confusing at times. The plot took far too long to develop to me. And some things were a bit over done to a point where I was thinking get on with it already. Probably not a book I'll be reading again.
Samantha Rae
Sep 21, 2008 Samantha Rae rated it liked it
So I found this book at work one day and had nothing else to do but read it. Hot spot is not something I would ever pick up if I had the choice. However, it kept me entertained. Not too bad.
Shelly B.
Apr 24, 2008 Shelly B. is currently reading it
So far, this book is almost soft porn. But, there's some mystery to it...when a break-in occurs. HA HA The book's good, I guess I'm just not into the 'porn' side of things anymore.
Ruthe Collins
Apr 18, 2012 Ruthe Collins rated it it was ok
I think Susan Johnson is a man. That said, the book has more sex and less description than many a genre romance. I haven't found a story yet, but then I'm only on page forty
Malden
Jan 14, 2015 Malden rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This book was ridiculous and from CC Gibbs!?! To say I was disappointed was an understatement. The truth is I did not even finish it - I simply couldn't.
Sam
Two & a half stars. Fluffy smut, very easy read. It's contemporary but has less realism than a lot of urban fantasy or paranormal stories.
Alyssa
Jan 12, 2016 Alyssa marked it as meant-to-read-but-didnt  ·  review of another edition
Another cheap B&N purchase from that same visit. What?? Maybe I thought the comic book store part sounded interesting???
Joslyn Aybar
May 24, 2010 Joslyn Aybar rated it it was ok
there was do make sex for my likeing. in was like every 5 min they there doing in as if that ws the hole polt of the book
Lindy
Jun 19, 2009 Lindy rated it really liked it
Great book hidden inside a cheezy cover. :)
Kelly
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Alice
Jan 05, 2010 Alice rated it really liked it
Shelves: bodice-rippers
Yummy.
Karen Desmond
Nov 02, 2011 Karen Desmond rated it it was ok
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And it all began rather serendipitously. Long ago, as they say, in another time, when fast food hadn't reached our area and the only shopping was what the feed mill offered, I was reading a book that annoyed me .

My husband was lying beside me in bed, watching TV. Turning to him, I sort of petulantly said, "How the hell did this book get published?"

"If you think you're so smart," he replied, with
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