Heated Moments

Heated Moments Opposites attract and ignite When she s dumped as the famous face of Espresso Cosmetics Lola Gray does what any self respecting diva would do she throws a hissy fit and hits the road Leaving Tennesse

  • Title: Heated Moments
  • Author: Phyllis Bourne
  • ISBN: 9780373864317
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • Opposites attract and ignite When she s dumped as the famous face of Espresso Cosmetics, Lola Gray does what any self respecting diva would do she throws a hissy fit and hits the road Leaving Tennessee and her family empire in the dust, the cover model takes off for New York City When a speeding ticket gets her in trouble in a small town in Ohio, the only bright spot iOpposites attract and ignite When she s dumped as the famous face of Espresso Cosmetics, Lola Gray does what any self respecting diva would do she throws a hissy fit and hits the road Leaving Tennessee and her family empire in the dust, the cover model takes off for New York City When a speeding ticket gets her in trouble in a small town in Ohio, the only bright spot is the hunky local police chief.After the craziness of the big city, Dylan Cooper couldn t wait to return to the peace and quiet of Cooper s Place Now the stunning tabloid beauty he is holding for questioning is charming his hometown, and seducing the former homicide cop Dylan needs Lola gone before he gives in to temptation But unexpectedly, Dylan s discovering a woman of surprising talents, hidden depths and intense passion Is it possible their sizzling affair will become a lifetime of love

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    1. Wow! Lola Gray is the gorgeous face of her family's cosmetic company. She is also a grown woman . Yet her family treats her like she's an irresponsible child. It is extremely frustrating when your actions are misconstrued and your explanations are disregarded. I am so glad that Dylan treats Lola with the respect she deserves. But will their relationship put an end to her lucrative career?

    2. Heated Moments is the final installment to the Espresso Empire series by Phyllis Bourne. Lola Gray, the youngest sibling of the family, just can’t catch a break. She’s constantly getting into trouble with the media, but it turns out her shenanigans are largely misconstrued and taken out of proportion, as the media tends to do. As a result, people don’t take the time to listen to her or understand where she’s coming from. A family argument has Lola leaving home, and on her way to New York [...]

    3. Baby girl Gray has always been wild and pretty , as she does her best to represent her families cosmetics company. it's time for a change small town living is just what she needs.Watching Lola reinvent herself and allowing her intelligence to shine as much as her beauty. Mrs Virginia was my favorite character in the series. Three great reads Ms Bourne.

    4. This book was recommending in one of my book clubs and it did not disappoint. I loved reading Lola and Dylan's story and look forward to reading more books by Phyllis Bourne. Bourne did a great job of creating a love at first sight (or first kiss) romance that wasn't overly sappy. I loved that her secondary characters, especially Dylan's mom Virginia, added some comedic relief to the story with their quick-witted responses and quips.

    5. How do you handle a "Fall from Headlights and Headlines"? With grace, dignity, poise and a handsome Alpha Male! Lola and Dylan's journey could have gone many different ways, but only Phyllis Bourne could weave it to be interesting, intriguing and HOT!

    6. Lola and Dylan are opposites meeting and colliding. No one believed in Lola until she met Dylan. She met Dylan because Lola got stopped on a lonely highway cruising. Lola's decisions and behavior landed in Cooper's place what happened after that is a great story Fast paced, exciting, sensual and funny

    7. "This installment of the Espresso Empire series builds and builds and will have readers hanging on every word until the very end" (RT Book Reviews).Miniseries: Espresso Empire

    8. OMG. Heated Moments is the correct name for this book. Lola is a spitfire, tell it like it is female that came in and knocked Dylan off his feet. With Dylan's laid back character, Lola gives him just enough thrill to balance him. Great job Ms. Bourne.

    9. Hot! Hot! Hot!How do you handle a "Fall from Headlights and Headlines"? With grace, dignity, poise and a handsome Alpha Male! Lola and Dylan's journey could have gone many different ways, but only Phyllis Bourne could weave it to be interesting, intriguing and HOT!

    10. I haveto admire Lola Gray for speaking her mind. It's too bad her whoke fsmily misunderstands her and just assumes thst she's "trouble". It's refreshing when she meets Dylan Cooper and without knowing a lot about her, gets her and has her back. An enjoyable read.

    11. CuteIf it's trouble it 'll find Lola. Never has one person been so misunderstood. The only drawback was the romance part seemed a little contrived. Still a cute and enjoyable story.

    12. Absolutely loved it.I loved how just having one person believe in her changed Lola's whole left, and helped her make the biggest decision of her career.

    13. I woke up early and finished this book in one sitting. I liked the hometown feel of it. I may read the other Espresso empire series books.

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