The Hot Box -
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4.5 out of 5 books -
Milena and Lydia are best friends who have very different philosophies in regards to men and relationships. Milena hasn't been with a man in eight years due to her ex-fiance Jacour breaking her heart. A chance meeting with a man named Yosef may help Milena mend her broken heart. But when Jacour comes back in town for good, will she be able to forgive and forget? Lydia has a seemingly good relationship with her live-in boyfriend Glenn. But Lydia can't seem to stop sleeping with Phil, Glenn's best friend. Trying to juggle both men is like a full time job to Lydia, and she's up for the challenge. Can Lydia continue this game, or will she eventually strike out?
Zane takes you on an erotic thrill ride with The Hot Box. This story has all of the classic Zane sexcapdes, but there is also a real storyline that readers will enjoy. There are plenty of life lessons in this book such as knowing your own self-worth and the consequences of playing with the feelings of others. All of the characters in this story are dealing with more internal problems then what you see on the surface. This book would not be complete without a twist that's so disturbing that you won't believe what you're reading. The Hot Box has drama, a little bit of humor, and the sexiness that Zane is known for.
Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews
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