Niobia Bryant -
The Hot Spot -
Available Now! -
4 out of 5 books -
Zaria Ali gave half of her life to a man and she refuses to let that happen ever again! At age 42, Zaria is experiencing everything that she didn't have the opportunity to experience at 20, including younger men. She enjoys the company of younger men because they are willing and eager. That is, until she meets Kaleb Strong. Kaleb is one of those infamous Strong men that grey prematurely, but with their looks and body, it actually works for them. Kaleb is tired of dating and is ready to settle down and start a family of his own. When he meets Zaria, he thinks he may have meet the woman he has been searching for. That couldn't be further from what Zaria is looking for. She is in it for great sex and a good time, but with no feelings. Regrettably, your heart doesn't always listen to what your brain is telling it. Now Zaria may have lost everything that she didn't know she wanted and needed.
Hot Spot is a good read by Niobia Bryant. Bryant did a wonderful job with keeping the story flowing. She does an excellent job with character and plot development. She has a way of bringing her characters to life and getting you involved in the story. She was able to take this once taboo subject and show that age is just a state of mind, especially if the heart is involved.
Reviewed by Tenecia for Urban Reviews
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