Release Day Review: Her Hot Number by Talia Hunter

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Book: Her Hot Number
Author: Talia Hunter
Publisher: Entangled Indulgence
Date Published: October 20th 2014
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3 out of 5 Stars
***Review copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review***
One bad boy billionaire plus one sexy geek equals one hot fling.

It's a travel nightmare for mathematician Caylee Reynolds. It's bad enough that her luggage was lost en route to her conference, but when she arrives at the Australian resort and learns that she's also lost her reservation, Caylee’s ready to break down. Then things get even worse. The resort is owned by Blake Sampson―the bad boy who once took everything from her...

Blake thought he’d left his troubled past far behind him. Then the sexy-but-proper math guru he’s never been able to forget walks into his lobby. Hoping to show Caylee he’s changed, he offers to share his suite. Except the attraction between them only grows in such close quarters―exponentially.

Even though Blake’s incredibly successful—and hot—Caylee’s not sure she can risk her heart again. Not after the way he destroyed her trust when he disappeared years ago. But if she's wrong in her calculations, she could lose everything...
I really liked Caylee, she's smart and confident in her professional abilities, but not the most socially adept person."For all her book smarts, she could be dumb when it came to people." She has known Blake for a long time since they grew up next to each other, they even shared a night together in high school right before Blake left. Blake came from a troubled home and doesn't believe relationships can really work because of the way his parents always argued. Caylee was the main source of comfort in his life growing up. After their night together many years ago they've thought about each other often.

I liked the character development in this book. Caylee starts to gain more confidence in herself as a woman and I think Blake had a lot to do with that. Blake also grows from the beginning, finally letting go of some of the baggage that he'd been carrying with him for years, with Caylee's help. Their meeting again finally helps the both of them move on from their past.

The romance was good and it was a quick, light read. I really liked that this is a story about two people being reunited after being separated. Both of the main characters were really likeable, and I think the only reason I didn't enjoy this book more was because the conflicts felt minor and I thought that there should have been a little more depth to them. Other than that, I thought it was a good read.

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