|Hot As Sin|
|Bad Habit Novella, #3.5|
|September 4th 2018|
|What do you get when you mix one sultry summer night, one world famous rock band, and one booze-soaked party in the Hollywood Hills?
An evening that’s hot as sin.
On his last day in Los Angeles before leaving for his new job with a high-profile private security firm in New York, Bad Habit’s long-time bodyguard Barney just wants to relax. Too bad the members of the band have other ideas. The bad boys of rock ‘n’ roll might be settling down with wives and children, but that doesn’t mean they’ve forgotten how to party… hard.
And Barney’s going away celebration turns out to be the party everyone will talk about for years.
Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll are all on the menu in this companion novella to the Bad Habit series, introducing characters from the spin-off Dangerous Beauty series from bestselling author J.T. Geissinger.
|Dear J.T. Geissinger – I finally managed to read “Hot As Sin” and I would like to thank you … thank you from the bottom of my heart. There was one for me unresolved open issue – something that was wasn’t finished fully and that was following me since I first read a certain book – and among the lines of closures this novella offers there is also a short conversation that involves the color of a dress that made my heart cry out in joy (that is me phrasing it carefully so only those who read it understand).
The person involved in that discussion holds a big spot in my heart when it comes to book boyfriends and is always on the tip of my tongue when I am asked by friends about the perfect book character.
Thank you so much for that – I had tears in my eyes and I can not thank you enough …
This might only be a novella and written to connect this series to the following … and while I loved Barney I wasn’t sure what to expect of it as I am not a fan of novellas. I need books to be longer to be able to connect with the characters. But this book is special and dear fellow readers … if you loved the series and (how to phrase this without saying too much) … had any “open issues” this novella might answer them.