Saturday, January 26, 2013

Review of love/life: Hot in Houston by Renee Curtis

love/life: Hot in Houston
The Hawthorne sisters have it all: beauty, wealth and all of the trappings of high society Houston. Jasen-gorgeous and smart. She's captured the heart of small town boy, Diesel. And she intends to give him more than just her heart in return! Sooner rather than later. Adrienne-the blonde bombshell. Her want-it-all-now attitude makes her irresistible to her rocker boyfriend, Jackson. But it also has the attention of a married man. Will she make the right choice when it comes to love? Their twenty second year will prove to be one fabulous, wild ride that will leave you wanting more. Because nothing makes Houston hotter than the Hawthorne sisters.
I don't want to go into too much detail in an effort to avoid spoilers, but it was a quick, fun read. This book is all about the lives of the two Hawthorne (half) sisters, their love lives and their family. Something that did bother me a bit was this-- At the beginning of the book, there are so many characters thrown at you that it kind of makes your head spin. Sometimes the relationships or description of the characters aren't explained until after the fact-- as if you're just supposed to already know who the characters are before you're told, that bothered me a little.
But, overall, I thought this was a good story and pretty well written for a first book. I think this author has a lot of potential! :)

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