It’s Getting “Hot” in Here…

Oh, August. You make us yearn for the days when we weren’t already sweating by noon. The days when we didn’t feel the necessity to stand for hours in the frozen food section of the grocery store.  The days when a constant worry didn’t involve leather seats and bare legs. Those days – you know, like June.

Instead, we are forced to focus on the “hot”. As in, “Wow, the temperature is already in the 90s and it’s not even 9 AM”, not as in “Hoo, baby, lookin’ good.” So, in infamous honor of the heat, here are a few “hot” books. Whether or not you read them in front of the air conditioner is up to you.

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FICTION

Cat Sitter on a Hot Tin Roof by Blaize Clement

Hot Chocolate: 50 Heavenly Cups of Comfort by Fred Thompson

Hot Finish by Erin McCarthy

Hot Mahogany by Stuart Woods

Hot Springs: A Novel by Geoffrey Becker

Hot Stuff by Janet Evanovich

The Last Hot Time by John M. Ford

Our Red Hot Romance Is Leaving Me Blue by Dixie Cash

Red Hot Lies by Laura Caldwell

Red’s Hot Honky-Tonk Bar by Pamela Morsi

Ride the Hot Wind by Lewis B. Patten

Running Hot by Jayne Ann Krentz

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NONFICTION

Between a Rock and a Hot Place: Why Fifty is Not the New Thirty by Tracey Jackson

Hot Biscuits: Eighteen Stories by Women and Men of the Ranching West

Hot (Broke) Messes: How to Have Your Latte and Drink It Too by Nancy Trejos

Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution – and How It Can Renew America by Thomas L. Friedman

Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth by Mark Hertsgaard

The Hot Mom’s Handbook by Jessica Denay

Hot Spots: Why Some Teams, Workplaces, and Organizations Buzz with Energy – and Some Don’t by Lynda Gratton

Hot Time in the Old Town: The Great Heat Wave of 1896 and the Making of Theodore Roosevelt by Edward P. Kohn

Hot X: Algebra Exposed by Danica McKellar

Hot Zone by Richard Preston

In the Hot Zone: One Man, One Year, Twenty Years by Kevin Sites

My Formerly Hot Life: Dispatched From Just the Other Side of Young by Stephanie Dolgoff

One response to this post.

  1. Ah, but then there is Big Flavors of the Hot Sun (hot recipes and cool tips from the spice zone) to accompany you to the grocery store…

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