Review: One Hot December by Tiffany Reisz

Hard as steel…and hotter still!

Never mess with a woman who carries a blowtorch in her backpack. Welder and artist Veronica "Flash" Redding's playful sense of evil sometimes gets the better of her. Like when her insanely handsome, wealthy, suited-up boss gave her the most sensuously wicked night of her life…then dumped her. Yep, revenge is a dish best served hot.

Only Ian Asher isn't quite letting Flash get away quite so easily. He's not ready to forget the intensity between them. The searing heat when they touch. And the deliciously demanding control Ian wields in the bedroom. Now he has only the holidays to convince Flash that they belong together…and that even the most exquisite, broken things can be welded back together.






Oh my goodness! ONE HOT DECEMBER is hot, sexy and satisfying! I loved Ian and Flash’s story and was so glad Ian could breech the walls of Flash’s tightly-guarded emotional fortress…. figuratively AND literally 😊 Flash is a strong woman and an exceptionally gifted metalwork artist. I greatly admired her gumption and loved her tattoos! I want to be Flash when I grow up!

Ian is devastatingly charming, sexy as hell and pretty kinky. I also fell under his spell right alongside Flash. We didn’t stand a chance! I loved that he accepted Flash as she was and embraced her uniqueness. They paired beautifully together. I’m sad to see the series end!

I am completely enamored with every book in the series but Ian and Flash’s story is my favorite! I love how Tiffany Reisz embraced her inner 1980s warrior spirit as she wrote the Men at Work series. It definitely hasn’t escaped me that the name of the series is a music group from the 80s, which I totally LOVE!

ONE HOT DECEMBER is pretty steamy, but is certainly much tamer than her other books. She sure does know how to write a story though!

I HIGHLY recommend the entire Men at Work series!

I want to thank the publisher for generously offering me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.



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