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Sunday, December 8

Review: Hotter Than Ever (Out of Uniform #9) by Elle Kennedy

Title: Hotter Than Ever
By: Elle Kennedy
Series: Out of Uniform #9
My Copy: Amazon.com
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Claire McKinley has just experienced every bride’s nightmare. The groom is a no-show, and now she must face five hundred guests alone. Furious and humiliated, Claire seeks help from the most unlikely candidate—her almost-brother-in-law, who promptly whisks her away to his apartment in San Diego, where she can recover her pride in peace and quiet.

Dylan Wade is no fan of Claire’s, but no way can he leave the jilted bride in her time of need. Bringing her home seems like a good idea—until he remembers his new roommate. Dylan’s relationship with Aidan is…complicated. And with Claire thrown into the mix, life becomes even more…complicated.

Claire is blindsided by her attraction not only to Dylan, but also to Aidan, a man she’s just met. Soon they’re caught up in an all-consuming sexual storm they can’t fight even if they wanted to. Yet Claire wonders if it can last, or if she’s just setting herself up for more heartache.


I loved the character Dylan in Getting Hotter and was super excited that the ninth book was about him, Aiden, and (surprise!) Claire. 

Claire is Dylan’s brother’s ex-fianc√©. After Chris leaves her at the alter, Dylan whisks her away to his place that he shares with Aiden.  Both men are attracted to Claire but Dylan refuses to act upon it, since all Claire and Dylan do is bicker at each other, until Aiden locks them in a room together for a couple of hours. 

As you know, I love relationships that start out with the two characters hating each other so this was right up my alley.  Reading the struggle between Dylan wanting Claire so bad but knowing that he couldn’t have her and reading the struggle with Claire wanting Dylan and Aiden so bad but feeling like having two men wasn’t right, made it all interesting.

When it happened….FIREWORKS!

Again, Elle Kennedy surprised me by including some personal issues that each character had to overcome and made this book more intense.


And I just want to add the Chris is an absolute jerk!!!

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