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Image of Getting Hotter (Out of Uniform)


Image of Getting Hotter (Out of Uniform)

Readers can jump into Kennedy’s Out of Uniform series right here with a SEAL and a dancer burning up the pages and the sheets. In this installment, the secondary love story and the mystery about the hero’s feelings toward kids feels too contrived to be compelling, but for sexy military men and the women who love them, Kennedy gets a “seal” of approval.

Seth Masterson has lusted for Miranda Breslin since he saw her in his mother’s Vegas show. So he’s happy to watch over her — on his mom’s orders — when Miranda comes to San Diego to open a dance studio. But she keeps her distance, hurt by his attitude toward her twins and fearful of his bad-boy past. When a flooded apartment forces Miranda and her children to move in with him, the two can’t fight their strong sexual connection. When she finally understands why Seth fears getting close to her children, it may be too late to save the relationship they’ve started. (SAMHAIN, Oct., 296 pp., $16.00)
Reviewed by: 
M.H. Morrison