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Hot, hungry, and hunting... They're sisters of the soul, two girlfriends hitting the clubs in search of that oh-so-rare commodity: straight, single guys. Tempest sports a modest suit, while Janessa runs wild in a skintight minidress -- but they both want the same thing: the heat, the passion, the spark to ignite the sensual fires inside. It takes time and patience to findHot, hungry, and hunting... They're sisters of the soul, two girlfriends hitting the clubs in search of that oh-so-rare commodity: straight, single guys. Tempest sports a modest suit, while Janessa runs wild in a skintight minidress -- but they both want the same thing: the heat, the passion, the spark to ignite the sensual fires inside. It takes time and patience to find such a special lover. But somewhere among the freaks and fruitcakes, they know there's a match for each of them. Tall, dark, and hands-on... The last thing Geren wants is a relationship -- most women can't see past his money and his good looks. His best friend Dvontè is a player, with sex -- and definitely not commitment -- on his mind. But when Dvontè talks Geren into going clubbing, fate leads them to Tempest and Janessa. Attractions flare, connections are made, lives are changed -- and secrets come to light. Together, they are the heat seekers, four daring hearts willing to play with fire -- and take the risk of getting burned.......

Title : The Heat Seekers
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ISBN : 9780743442909
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
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The Heat Seekers Reviews

  • Rockk ON Dudeee*. =]
    2019-04-25 04:29

    This book is VERY interesting I don't wanna tell you every single bit about it. But its about this woman who talks about men in her life. She talks about how all they want is sex.. Also she talks about all the men she went out with. Well thats about everything I read about so far.

  • Nazarene Static
    2019-05-21 10:05

    The Heat Seekers follows Tempest, Janessa, Gerren, and Dvonte. Tempest is a no nonsense, conservative social worker while her best friend, Janessa, is a more go with the flow, free spirit. They meet Gerren and Dvonte one night at a club that Tempest was pesterred into attending by Janessa. Gerren and Tempest fall in love and Janessa and Dvonte fall in bed. I always appreciate Zane for her ability to portray an array of characters. Each character has great depth and is somewhat relatable. I was pleasantly (I think? Perhaps I am lying) surprised that there was less freakiness and more romance (again, I could very well be lying to myself to seem like a wholesome human being).The book was good, I didn't hate it but it was also a light read so I breezed through it. Some of the terminology had me raising my brow....well both brows because I never mastered the people's brow. I am familiar with other books by Zane but some of the terms and such I was just reading like, "...but why?" I appreciate that she strayed from making stereotypical characters (she usually does. This isn't news. I just like that she does that and wanted to mention it) but some parts of their story lines were a bit cheesy for my personal liking. I did appreciate her for slightly breaking the romantic story formula of; boy meets girl, boy likes girl, boy royally messes up, boy loses girl, boy does ridiculously grand gesture in order to win girl back (If you feel this is sexist feel free to swap the boy with girl). Instead she goes with the much more mature (I think) formula of; boy meets girl, boy likes girl, boy doesn't eff up because he wants to keep girl. This formula has always made the most sense to me though it lacks drama, but the lack of drama in the romance of Gerren and Tempest is made up for in the...whatever you want to call it of Janessa and Dvonte.I am not sure if this one will be memorable, or is memorable. It was kind of one of those, "Oh look A Book That Won't Devastate Me or Have Me in Tears" books. So it is greatly appreciated.

  • Tally
    2019-05-09 09:12

    I returned this book before I wasn't finished because I couldn't take the writing. I'm just too through with Zane's "trying to be funny" writing. I just couldn't take the raunchiness of it all. I didn't even get through half of it because I felt it was so horrible...I won't give up on Zane though but I will pick a better book next time.

  • Rosa
    2019-05-21 09:29

    Very good book definity a good read :)

  • LeCinda
    2019-05-16 11:18

    I hated this book! Is was very boring to the point where I had to check to make sure it was the same author as her other books

  • Chineka Williams
    2019-05-01 09:13

    This book was a steamy page turner. Zane weaves in and out of the couples through out the book.

  • Danita Brown
    2019-04-30 07:23

    :)

  • Kc Chapa
    2019-05-14 04:30

    So tired of Zane's books! Been there, read that. The sex isn't even that hot. Boo. I have three more of these books to read as a challenge. What a poor choice on my part!

  • Deja
    2019-05-06 05:15

    Great Read

  • Annalicia Taylor
    2019-05-22 09:11

    This book was definitely a badbouy. Enjoyed it

  • Ariana
    2019-04-25 09:14

    I liked the book. But I hate how forgiving some women are. Like he ditched you and your baby and now we are going to be one big happy family?!?

  • Nardsbaby Reader
    2019-05-07 05:16

    Cold WatersHEAT SEEKERS is an appropriate title, because the SEX is the strength of this entire book! In reading Zane's books her characters are all the same. Two sets of friends meet two sets of friends at a club. The set of friends who have their lives in the right direction are the two that hook up right! Geren and Tempest fall in lust with one another and they have some really good sex while trying to work in a relationship. She's kind of superficial, which isn't cool seeing how her girl lives in the jects and she has no other friends! They both have secrets (HOW ORIGINAL FOR ZANE'S CHARACTERS!) Okay now their friends Janessa and Dvonte hook up. But it's more for sex. He's not trying to fall in love and she played herself from the beginning. The girl works for the post office and lives with her parents in the jects! WHY? HEAT SEEKERS is supposed to be a romance novel? The only romantic notion was when Geren washed Tempest's hair. Otherwise HEAT SEEKERS is all about sex. I only finished it because I started it.

  • J
    2019-05-11 10:12

    (FROM JACKET) There's Tempest, barren from a botched abortion, who is a dedicated counselor at a teen pregnancy center. She unexpectedly falls head over heels in love with Geren, a man who brags constantly about his desire to have a house full of babies. As their relationship blossoms, Tempest is anxiety-ridden over her secret infertility, only to be astonished when she discovers that Geren has a huge secret of his own-which will take her life in directions she never imagined. To add to the drama, there's Tempest's best friend, Janess, and her cheating boyfriend, Dvonte. Just as Janessa decides to give the troubling boyfriend a rest and get on with her life by entering pharmaceutical school, she becomes pregnant. When Dvonte turns his back, she has to make a difficult, life-altering decision.

  • Stephanie
    2019-05-18 09:01

    Apparently Zane takes on a different direction from her usually erotic novels in this book.THE HEAT SEEKERS focuses on bestfriends Tempest and Janessa who are from DC. They are sick and tired of dealing with loser men, something that probably all women can relate to.Then we have Geren and Dvonte, also two best friends. Geren is more mature, and ready for a serious relationship, whereas Dvonte is the complete opposite.The four meet at a club, and hit it off instantly. Geren and Tempest get together and build a serious relationship. Dvonte and Janessa pursue their own thing, but their relationship is strictly sexual.From there we embark on the foursome's journey. We experience their joys, pains, and of course passions.THE HEAT SEEKERS was a decent read and my 1st one by Zane.

  • Trenee
    2019-05-18 06:08

    I picked this book up because I wanted an easy, steamy read. After all, Zane is known for her erotic writing skills, right? This book read like the author needed a good editor, a few writing workshops, or a detailed read of a 'fiction writing for dummies' book. While she crafted a decent tale, her characters were flat, the story predictable, and Zane's attempts at humor and slang were often forced. And again, as far as sex goes, there were quite a few mentions of erections and oral pleasuring, but no real sex scenes. I completed the book, but wasn't necessarily impressed with the story, though subtly interesting. I don't read Zane-like novels, however, this is my third book by the author (in the past decade). If you're looking for an introduction to her work, try Nervous.

  • pianogal
    2019-05-24 05:25

    Ok, so I work at a library, right? And everyone's always coming up and asking for Zane books - which are almost always checked out. Apparently they are hot stuff. So when this one came in with (shocker) no holds on it, I decided to see for myself. I thought it was a pretty good read, but not nearly as hot as I expected. Maybe because it was one of her earlier works. It could also be that I'm just a white girl from the Midwest...what do I know about East Coast African-American culture? Overall, I'd say ok, but for something called "The Heat Seekers," I'm still seeking the heat. Are her later works hotter?

  • Kelli
    2019-05-06 09:15

    Praise for Zane's 'The Heat Seekers' Zane's 'The Heat Seekers' was a great book that I enjoyed due to its relatability, realism, and touch of eroticism. I was thrilled with the story of Tempest. It was a beautifully written story which captured a lesson that resonated with me : You never know how the experiences you have may help some one else. I loved that Zane tackled many different aspects of life and relationships with the main characters Geren, Tempest, D'vonte, and Janessa. My first time reading 'The Heat Seekers' proves once again why Zane is one of the best in the literary community.

  • Sindrice
    2019-05-21 10:20

    The Heat Seekers Zane is the reason why I write today, she's opened my mind in all of her novels, but I must say Addicted and The Heat Seekers are my favorite two. This novel wasn't like any of her other ones because she made you think about life and showed you that things like this happens everyday in real life. I can in a way relate to Tempest, I myself may not be able to conceive my own child but I do Lend out with helping hand to my friends and family that need it.

  • LaTonya
    2019-05-18 11:30

    I liked this book a lot, though not my favorite from Zane. I loved the friendship between Tempest and Janessa and how they had each others back no matter what. I also loved Tempest and Geren's romance, but wished that there was more to the ending and that we found out what happened between Janessa and Devonte. Overall, this was a pretty good read with lots of humor and the story of a great friendship and a beautiful love story.

  • Monica Washenberger
    2019-05-09 06:25

    I read this book for my adult materials and services class as a genre that I had never read.I can say, based on the first few pages, I was expecting a much steamier read, though mostly, it just wasn't really my thing, and I'm fairly sure it wouldn't have been regardless of how much steam she squeezed into it.

  • Nicole
    2019-04-30 08:18

    I loved this book. I was glad to read that Dvonte had came around after the baby was born and wanted to be in his life. I'm also glad that Tempest and Geren were able to adopt Kensingtons baby Sydney.

  • Debi
    2019-05-02 08:07

    I'm a little disappointed in this book. It is written very poorly. I honestly feel like a fifth grader could have written this. In fact I'm sure I know fifth graders that write better than this. its very immature and I'm definitely not impressed.

  • Ismaray
    2019-05-16 10:08

    In the beginning I did not want to continue reading it but decided to because it was already started. The book was ok I gave it three stars. Maybe I should have done two. It only gets interesting towards the ending. I guess it just was nt my type of book.

  • Angela
    2019-05-14 06:18

    Good read, however the title is misleading, especially if you're expecting a "typical" Zane novel. I'm really not into Zane however I had a friend recommend the book & I actually enjoyed the storyline. Again if you're looking for the typical Zane read, then this is not one of them.

  • Greg
    2019-05-04 04:25

    THIS BOOK I LIKED VERY MUCH.I LIK READING BOOKS LIKE THESE.THEY TALK ABOUT REAL LIFE

  • Eden
    2019-05-24 07:06

    ok to me this book had no meaning to it at all, it was really stupid.

  • Marilyn Diamond
    2019-05-17 12:15

    Will the real Author stand up. Zane at this point begin to loose me. Even though I was married I was not into the beginnings of the erotica.

  • Shemelia Bush
    2019-05-06 10:18

    Wonderful book

  • KaTrina
    2019-05-12 04:18

    I read this book in two days could not put it down. love how she made the characters come to life.

  • Kt
    2019-04-27 05:17

    It was a book that made you think of what these teenagers go through in life. Also, a very good book.