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Red Heat by Nina Bruhns
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May 01, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: hot-hot-alpha-s, military-black-ops-etc
Read from April 29 to May 01, 2012

WOW… I had to have a glass of water close to me at all times reading this. Personally Russians do nothing for me, (I think I have seen too many movie’s where they are just mean and cold hearted and well… not hot) but after this.. WOW I love our Kapitain, our Hero, a HOT HOT Russian by the name of Captain Nikolai Romanov., also ex FSB (view spoiler)

Julie Severin is a CIA Analyst. Posing as a reporter. She is not a field agent. Which is why she is probably the worlds worst Spy. EVERYONE knows she is a spy. Including the Captain. Which is why he wants to keep her as CLOSE as possible.

It was supposed to be a simple scientific expedition in the Arctic Circle, however nothing is what it seems, the Scientists aren’t who they claim to be, someone is sabotaging the Submarine, a Chinese Submarine is following them, and Julie and Nikolai are falling in love. As stated in the book. “The cold war may be over but can these 2 actually be together? “

41/2 Stars
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04/29/2012 "HEEELLLLLLOOOOOOOOO man on front cover!" 1 comment
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BookLover That scene you mention in your spoiler gave me hot flashes for hours.

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