Monday, August 23, 2010

Review: Salsa Heat by Rae Winters

Salsa Heat by Rae Winters

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



The Forbidden Zone

Tia Santiago, a dance instructor and part owner of Havana’s Studio, is a ball of fire at five-one. Her cool gray eyes and shapely-tone body entices every man she meet. She dances the salsa with Latin grace and her passion attracts all who watches her. The women want to learn her moves, and the men desire to get into her panties, but she’s been celibate since her last no-good boyfriend tried to abuse her. She has no time for romance. Now her focus is on making Havana’s Studio, the hottest dance studio in Flushing, New York, with her best friend and business partner, Michelle Shaw.

Crossing the Line

As a favor for Michelle, Tia reluctantly agrees to teach her boyfriend, Quincy Lewis, the salsa. He’s a temptation Tia’s has been avoiding since they were first introduced, over a year ago. His mesmerizing eye causes her many sleepless nights. Will these two be able to control their desires for one another once the Latin music lights the fire between them?

Christy’s Review

I loved this book! Salsa Heat is a short but very HOT story. Author Rae Winters captured my attention from page one. The sex scenes are steamy hot and well written. The characters and story line are realistic and I loved the chemistry between Tia and Quincy. If you’re looking for hot and steamy romance, Salsa Heat is for you.

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Sweet Vernal Zephyr said...

I love stories with dancing in them! Thanks for the review. :D

Miranda ~ Sweet Vernal Zephyr


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