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How steamy is it? Simmering

Publisher's Summary

Three female mystery book editors in Manhattan have personal and professional problems galore - which intersect with one bad-boy agent. When they set out to humiliate their problematic playboy, their plans go horribly awry. The women suddenly realize that when it comes to friendship, flirtation and felony, they're in a Whole Lotta Trouble.

©2004 Stephanie Bond, Inc. (P)2013 Stephanie Bond, Inc.

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Not my Favorite

Let me begin by stating that I'm not really a fan of the body movers series (outside of the fact it's set in Atlanta), I much prefer her humorous romantic mystery standalones (Our Husband being my favorite, completely worth a credit). Whole Lotta Trouble is a little slow in parts and I'm not as invested in the characters as I would like to be. If you're new to this author, try Our Husband first.

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Rushed ending

I have read other books from this author and was surprised by how she ruined this book with the ending.
It felt like she had no idea how to end it creatively so she gave us neat little answers that really didn’t tie to the rest of the book.