Hot Mama

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Hot Mama

Bigtime superhero series, Book 2

This is book two in the Bigtime series. In this book we meet up with couture designer Fiona Fine who moonlights as Fiera, one of the Fearless Five, who can create and manipulate fire with her bare hands. Fiona's still mourning the loss of her fianc‚ Travis Teaque aka Tornado. But Johnny Bulluci maybe able to help ease some of the loneliness when they began a heated liaison, even though he is the brother of one of her rivals, Bella Belluci. There's also the problem of Johnny Angel who wants revenge on the ubervillians who killed his father. Will Fiona be able to get past her grief over losing Tornado? Will she and Johnny Bulluci be more than just a fling? Will she be able to stop Johnny Angel's revenge plot?

Hot Mama is a fantastic, fun and very imaginative read. It's not a perfect book but none are. There were some minor issues with pacing but not enough to make me want to stop reading. I loved the character of Fiona and Ms Estep did an excellent job with characterization and showcasing Fiona's growth as well as her vulnerabilities. For those who haven't read Karma Girl about Carmen Cole, I highly recommend that one as well as this one for a great read. I can't wait for the next one in this series.

Book Blurb for Hot Mama

By day, Fiona Fine is a successful couture designer, catering to the high society players of Bigtime, New York. By night, she's Fiera, a member of the heroic Fearless Five who can create and manipulate fire with her bare hands. Fiona's personal life, though, isn't so hot. She still misses her fiance, who was killed by ubervillains a year ago. Still, men admire Fiona's smoking assets, and she decides to get back in the dating game-especially after she meets Johnny Bulluci. But this notorious playboy has plenty of secrets to go along with his sexy smile. And, with two new ubervillains in town who are intent on raising hell, Fiona's love life might just crash and burn. Biography Jennifer Estep is an award-winning journalist for a daily newspaper.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2007 4.00