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Sunday, December 8

Review: Getting Hotter (Out of Uniform #8) by Elle Kennedy

Title: Getting Hotter
By: Elle Kennedy
Series: Out of Uniform #8
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A good bad boy is hard to find.

An Out of Uniform story.

Seth Masterson has been lusting over Miranda Breslin since the moment he saw her on a Vegas stage. Now that he’s been asked to watch out for her as she opens a dance studio in San Diego, he’s all over it, figuring it’s his chance to get her in his bed. Except the stubborn single mom seems determined to deny their crazy-sizzling sexual chemistry. In typical SEAL fashion, Seth makes it his personal mission to prove her wrong.

Miranda got over her attraction to bad boys about the time one of them knocked her up at the age of eighteen. Seth’s mocking gray eyes and military-buff bod, though, are pure and utter temptation. And when a flooded apartment forces her and her twins to move in with him, she can no longer resist the urge to set off some serious fireworks between the sheets.

But give him her heart? No, thank you. Any involvement with Seth will be strictly physical—and temporary. So when Seth decides permanent is what he wants, Miranda must steel her defenses before she does something incredibly foolish…like fall in love.

These Out of Uniform series makes me feel both naughty and nice!  I have yet to be disappointed with any of the characters or plot lines. 

Miranda rocked as the female character because her twins were always first and foremost in her mind.  Everything that she did, she thought about the consequences so it took her a while to say yes to Seth’s proposal of just being friends with benefits.  But she gave and when she did, it was smoking hot.

Seth just wanted Miranda and wanted nothing to do with her twins.  At first, I thought he was an absolute jerk for not even trying to be friendly with the twins; they were adorable! But then you realize why he has distanced himself from them and it explains everything, not to mention that it was a heartbreaking reason. 

I think that this is why I loved the book in the series.  Yes, it was about Seth and Miranda and the sheer hotness that involved them but it also told a back-story into Seth’s past, which allowed the reader to see a whole other side of him.  I also loved it because the female character was named Miranda.  Does that mean Seth is mine? J

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