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  • Good quick read

    Red had a crush on Cash since high school! They’ve been friends since kindergarten! Cash has had a crush on Red since forever but he doesn’t want to ruin their friendship by trying for more when he doesn’t know how she feels. When he discovers she’s going to Paris with another man it prompts him to look at his feeling and decide what to do. I really enjoyed this book! I love books set in small towns each with their own unique characters and town gossips! This was a perfect quick easy read ! No complicated story lines.! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Danger, mystery and fun in Mudville!

    Red Hot is the second instalment in Cat Johnson’s new series Small Town Secrets, and it takes up nicely where we left off in Kissing Books. Cash is the middle Morgan brother and a free spirit with no desire to settle down with one woman. But he is quickly realising that his lifelong friend, Red Meyer, has captured a part of his heart that he never thought to give. Red has always lusted after Cash, but has kept her feelings well hidden, for fear of ridicule and rejection by the man of her dreams. But potential danger, an unwarranted allegation, and their constant proximity, will eventually change their perception of what really matters and who holds their heart. Red Hot is another, laugh out loud, drama-filled, and light-hearted romp through the town of Mudville with its hilarious, noisy and often obnoxious residents. I thoroughly enjoyed Red and Cash’s story and am so looking forward to reading about the sweet and delicate Bethany.

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  • A fun, quirky romance

    Red, a resale shop owner, has crushed on Cash, a farm boy, since they were in school and he didn’t pay her much attention. As the story progresses the attention slowly changes, a mystery is afoot, and deciding what the future is going to look like involves some growing up by everyone. Cat Johnson’s Red Hot is a fun, quirky romance that has me running out to check out the other Mudville book and waiting for some more. I received a free copy of the book from the author via Booksprout. I had the opportunity to review or not.

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  • Cash and Red Romance

    What a wonderful, quirky, small town Mudville is! I just adored reading this. For all their shenanigans, their hearts are in the right place. The serious notes just made me fall more in love with Cash and Red both. A lot of laughs, a bit of heat and some aha! moments, a great lighter, feel good romance.

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  • Friends to lovers romance.

    I really enjoyed this story. The characters (including supporting) were great and well developed. Harper and Bethany were supportive and awesome friends for Red. Cash's brothers were hilarious. Red (Rebecca) has had a crush on Cashel (Cash) since high school but was always in the friend zone with him. Ten years later, Cash is suddenly interested which Red doesn't understand. Another guy asked her out, which shouldn't be a problem, but suddenly it is. On top of dealing with Cash, there is something happening at her store, which is strange. Her friend Harper thinks it's a ghost and her friend Bethany thinks she is just forgetful. Red isn't sure what she thinks about anything that's been going on. That includes her date with the deputy investigating what's been happening at her store, but especially what's happening with Cash. I really enjoyed Cash and Red. They were funny and a lot slow (ten YEARS! come on people!) in figuring out and acting on how they felt about each other. Their happy ever after was awesome. I am excited for the next book in the series and now I have to read the first book of the series too! I definitely recommend reading this book! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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