When one says that they cannot go home they definitely didn’t read Hot Southern Nights by Dianne Castell. Sometimes home is the one place you know is the best place for you to be. Churchill McKenzie is leaving Jersey behind her and going home to Savannah. For three years she has lived in Jersey and after the theft of her car and the thugs that are after her, she knows she will be able to lead the calm and quiet life she wants and needs. Getting a job at the library is a start to a new beginning…or is it?
Three years ago Cal Davis was convicted for a crime he did not commit. He is out of jail, and the person that was a witness and helped to put him in jail is also back in town. Cal would love to put his past behind him and get on with his life.
When Churchill starts question what she witnessed three years ago she is bringing trouble to herself as well as Cal. Are there answers at the library in a book or does someone in the town know the truth? Will trying to make a wrong right bring her and Cal back together? Will Churchill be able to find the answers and the location that may lead them to the truth? How many people are willing to leave the past alone or will step up with the truth.
Once again Dianne Castell has written a hot and steamy book. It is part of a series but you do not need to read the others to read this one. I trust you will want to read the other two, Hot and Bothered and Hot and Irresistible.