It’s hot outside! Whether you prefer reading domestic fiction, romance or thrillers, embrace the summer heat this season with these steamy novels that will have you burning up for more! You can reserve these books for contactless pickup from the Livingston Public Library.
Hot Pursuit by Stuart Woods (Thriller)
Stone Barrington is happy to have found a woman that shares his love of the jet-setting lifestyle. Together they travel to Europe, but Stone’s new love interest has some baggage in the form of a criminal ex who is following them, and their stalker’s intention is deadly. The clock is ticking to stop their criminal stalker before it’s too late.
It’s Hot in the Hamptons by Holly Peterson (Domestic Fiction)
Caroline was raised in the Hamptons, and she never thought that she would become one of the people referred to as “the city people.” However, her husband’s job forced her and her family to move to Manhattan and alas she’s become one of the vacationers. When her husband is found out to have an affair, she starts to question if she married for love or if their marriage was based on money. When her friend is also suffering through the effects of an affair, the two friends decide to team up and get even.
The Long, Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon (Domestic Fiction)
Travel to Ireland and get a sneak peak into the lives of the MacEntees. After a series of misfortunes and a summer marked by scandal, a shocking revelation of family secrets will emerge.
Death in Summer by Michael Theurillat (Thriller)
It’s an extremely hot day right in the middle of summer, when a well off and well known bank owner is shot and murdered on a golf course. As the detective begins to dig into the banker’s past he uncovers a life full of secrets more bizarre and shocking than he could ever have imagined.
Sunburn by Laura Lippman (Romantic Thriller)
Polly and Adam met at a local tavern while passing through a small Delaware town. Yet, neither leave and both stay. As the summer progresses, Adam and Polly fall into a steamy affair, while they’re both holding back dangerous (and even lethal) secrets.
-Jessica, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian