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Getting Hot with the Scot

By Melonie Johnson
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  • Publisher : St. Martin's Paperbacks
  • Isbn : N.a
  • Pages : 368
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 569
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“Playful, passionate, and positively unputdownable!”—New York Times bestselling author Christina Lauren "A fizzy, engrossing new voice in the genre."—Entertainment Weekly "Reckless love is crazy addictive—and being called lass makes you feel all tingly."—Cosmopolitan IT’S TIME TO FLIRT WITH A MAN IN A KILT Cassie Crow, a pop-culture reporter for a TV talk show, is focused on becoming a “serious” journalist. But when she stumbles into a kilted Highlander with a killer accent, Cassie decides that taking one night off from work and spending it with a sexy Scot couldn’t hurt. . . Logan Reid has built a career on his charm, hosting a series of off-the-wall hijinks on the Web. But when the Scottish prankster meets the all-American, equal parts intelligent and irresistible Cassie, Logan realizes that one night of fun won’t be enough. Could it be that this career-focused, commitment-phobic couple is finally ready to take a chance at true and lasting love? “Witty, sexy, and oh-so-fun. . .Melonie Johnson is an addictive new voice in contemporary romance.” —New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julie Ann Walker

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