Workaholic Sebastian Steele gets more than he bargains for when he decides to combine a health-dictated vacation with fulfilling the wishes of his recently deceased mentor, Jim Mason, who has left him a partial ownership in his construction business. His new co-owner, Jim's daughter, Jocelyn, resents Sebastian's presence in the family business that she's been helping to run for years. Sparks fly in and out of the office as Jocelyn warms to the handsome man that her father brought into her life. NIGHT HEAT (3), by Brenda Jackson, benefits from the pairing of two assertive main characters. The chemistry between Sebastian and Jocelyn sizzles whether they're arguing or making up, and despite an ending that feels too tidy, this is ultimately a satisfying read.