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Motorcycle racer Teo Alexiou is challenged by his grandmother to come to her birthday party with a real girlfriend. He has plenty of party girls, and he fears getting roped into marriage so he hires an actress to play the part. 
The last thing Amy Suzuki wants is to be a kept woman, but her student loans are piling up and acting gigs are nonexistent. She agrees to Teo’s proposal for one summer, limited to public displays of affection. 
When Teo and Amy find themselves caught in love’s grip, their new desires war with their fears. Teo wants to renegotiate, but Amy insists she’s only with him because she is paid. She would never lose her heart to a man who uses money to buy affection. 
Their game playing explodes when Teo is injured on the track. Teo needs Amy, but how can she be sure of her true feelings when she’s an actress who can portray any emotion on command? Was her role in the reality show skillful acting or true love?
©2014 Rachelle Ayala (P)2017 Rachelle Ayala Publishing, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Isha Coleman on 02-02-18

Sassy scorcher!

The ego has landed and it's about to be brought down to size.  Roaring Hot is a scorcher.  Ms. Ayala let's her inner comedian shine through with Amy "hot tamale" Suzuki and Tao the lovable but frustrating egomaniac.  She wants to follow her dream.  He wants his family off his back. The aspiring actress and the monied up racer are about to broker a deal with unexpected results. Charley Ongel was a great choice to bring this fire inducing duo to life.  She stayed true to the sassy spirit of the characters, but brought out more of the heart as well.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Cat on 06-29-18

HOT!!!

Teo needs a girlfriend to take to his Grans birthday after he finds out she may not have long to live. He is a relationship phobe and a playboy not believing in love.
Amy is an aspiring actress that also has relationship issues. She gets a chance to audition for a role in a reality show to win over a motorcycle racer. There are several little plots with the major one and as many curves and twits as on a racetrack.
As always Rachelle Ayala has come out with another great story. If you like really hot, sexy stories, rich men, playboys, twists and turns, a fun romance and great characters, this is for you
Charlie Ongle is a great Narrator. She brings all the characters to life without sounding silly doing a mans voice. I really liked the narration and didn't want to quit listening.

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4 out of 5 stars
By A D. on 01-19-18

When a couple collides and the chemistry sizzles..

Honestly, this wasn't Rachelle Ayala's best book. In fact, initially I found both protagonists to be shallow and slightly irritating. I suppose it is in the nature of the industries that they have chose to work in, as well as their celebrity status, but they both appear self-serving. Teo particularly seems to be surrounded by sycophants and seems more willing to go to great lengths deceive others.

But once you get beyond the first part of the story, the initial impression is challenged. As the plot progresses, the characters develop more substance. It becomes easier to like them and to traverse the roller coaster-ish journey with them. The reader suddenly realised the characters have layers. Infact their layers have layers and the story becomes a whole lot more complicated and interesting.

I like how Rachelle Ayala usually includes a variety of Asian cultures in her stories. Her signature style is to also include God and/or mention church in the story. This book is no exception on both accounts.

That said, it is a feel-good, complicated story with complex characters and is rather fun to listen to.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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