Friday, April 13, 2018

Release Blitz: Too Hot to Handle (Jupiter Point #8) by Jennifer Bernard

Today we have the release blitz for TOO HOT TO HANDLE by Jennifer Bernard. Check it out and grab your copy today!

Author: Jennifer Bernard 
Genre: Contemporary 
Romance Release: April 13th


Single father Kevin O'Donnell would do anything to give his daughter Holly a stable life-including leave the Air Force and take a job working at Knight and Day Flight Tours in charming Jupiter Point, California. After his wild daredevil past, he's sworn off relationships until Holly turns eighteen. Just three more years. No problem; he's got this under control. Until a chance encounter with a smart, sassy bombshell-who just happens to be his new boss's sister. Since her father's unsolved murder, Cassie Knight has spent over a decade on the road with her mother, memories chasing the fragile woman from town to town…or so Cassie thought. Only after returning to Jupiter Point does she learn something-or someone-all too real triggered their life on the run. Now, with her brother closing in on their father's killer, Cassie's free to pursue her own happiness for the first time. Enter smart, sexy, funny Kevin O'Donnell. Of course they'll have to keep it light. There's a big off-limits sign on Kevin's heart, and Cassie's ready to hit the road the minute her father's killer is found. She can do light-no problem. But she didn't count on their sizzling chemistry…Holly's suddenly odd behavior…and a killer who's more cunning than the Knight family ever suspected. Too hot to handle? There's only one way to find out.


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Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

Too hot to handle is s stand-alone novel in the Jupiter Point series. Cassie, the only female Knight sibling is about to get her happy ending with lots of drama in the second half of her story. The thing that bothered me the most is the way Cassie acted when Kevin sort of broke things with her. For one, I didn't feel like his text was saying that he wanted to break up with her, just that he had a crisis he had to deal with. Second, how I am supposed to believe that she loved him when not even an hour after receiving said text she thinks about going on a vacation and finding a surfer boy to have fun and dance horizontally with? Is that what people in love are supposed to think after a break-up? I think not. Kevin wasn't perfect either, but for me, he was a better character. I hated the deal he had with his daughter because it seemed like a punishment. Kevin is supposed not to date anyone until his daughtered turned 18. What if he had lost his chance at true love because of that? Holly, his daughter is actually acting a 15-year-old and not the good kind. I didn't like her from the very first time she appeared to be honest and things got worse over time. All my complains are about the second half of the book. I actually enjoyed the first half and I am giving it 5 stars. The second half gets 1 star and that makes it a final solid 3-star rating.

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Check out Set the Night on Fire ~ 1st book in the series is FREE

All other books in the Jupiter Point Series can be found here.

About Jennifer Bernard

Jennifer Bernard is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance. Her books have been called "an irresistible reading experience" full of "quick wit and sizzling love scenes." A graduate of Harvard and former news promo producer, she left big city life in Los Angeles for true love in Alaska, where she now lives with her husband and stepdaughters. She still hasn't adjusted to the cold, so most often she can be found cuddling with her laptop and a cup of tea. No stranger to book success, she also writes erotic novellas under a naughty secret name that she's happy to share with the curious.