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Heat Wave: Burlington

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Brandon Russo can't stand the sight of blood and the current heat wave makes doing almost anything outdoors unpleasant. So when an SUV sideswipes a bicycle right at the gate of the storage facility in Burlington, Vermont, where Brandon works for his aunt, he considers just locking himself in the office and calling 911. But he's rewarded for letting his good nature overcome ...more
ebook, 43 pages
Published August 2nd 2015 by JMS Books LLC
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Delilah Night
Aug 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Heat Wave: Burlington is a novella by Lynn Townsend, one of eighteen Heat Wave novella being released by JMS Books over the course of July and August.

Brandon Russo is having another hot, boring day at work. Scott Seay is a photographer on the trail of Champy, the lake monster said to live in Lake Champlain. Their paths intersect when Scott is knocked off his bike and Brandon is the good Samaritan who helps Scott get medical attention. An attraction sparks instantly.

I really enjoyed this fast, sw
Kendra T
Mar 23, 2017 rated it liked it
This was a pretty good story, but it had a very brief HFN, and I much prefer a strong HEA. Scott gets bumped off his bike into a ditch by a car, and Brandon finds him. They have a nice connection, and over the 2 days in the book, there is room for growth between them. I would like to believe there would be more for them, but there wasn't enough here to convince me that there would be a happy ending. ...more
Jo * Smut-Dickted *
This was really cute and definitely in keeping with a short story. It's not a kinky story but there is some minor edging going on that was hot - and I enjoyed it. Perfect length for an "interlude" in the guys' lives and set up for a possible longer sequel exploring and romancing :) ...more
Lindsay Crook
Jul 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Short and sweet

This was a lovely little read.Its short but don't let that stop you.I loved the characters and their chemistry.I fell in love in 65 pages and 45 minutes.
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Lynn Townsend is a displaced Yankee, a mother, a writer, a dreamer, and the proud owner of a small black hole residing under her desk that tends to eat kittens, odd socks, staplers, and her car keys.

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