Hot Mail

Hot Mail The author of By Appointment Only pens an erotic scorcher that cranks up the heat with some sexy Valentines Jane has wanted Ethan for years but has never found a way to tell him With Valentine s Day f

  • Title: Hot Mail
  • Author: Janice Maynard
  • ISBN: 9780451225832
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • The author of By Appointment Only pens an erotic scorcher that cranks up the heat with some sexy Valentines Jane has wanted Ethan for years but has never found a way to tell him With Valentine s Day fast approaching, she decides to seduce him by sending anonymous erotic valentines every Friday until the big day Then she ll finally reveal her true feelings and wildest dThe author of By Appointment Only pens an erotic scorcher that cranks up the heat with some sexy Valentines Jane has wanted Ethan for years but has never found a way to tell him With Valentine s Day fast approaching, she decides to seduce him by sending anonymous erotic valentines every Friday until the big day Then she ll finally reveal her true feelings and wildest desires But when her stationery store is vandalized, it s Ethan who comes to her rescue and the sparks start flying way ahead of schedule Now Jane and her erotic alter ego are competing for Ethan s affections and the results couldn t be hotter.

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    About “Janice Maynard

    • Janice Maynard

      Janice Maynard came to the writing life early When her third grade short story, The Princess and the Robbers , won a red ribbon in a school arts fair, Janice was hooked She followed up that early success with a commercial piece in the sixth grade Why My Mom Loves To Drink Coke No advance for that one, but she won a six pack of Coke remember those great little bottles In junior high Janice began circulating her work to a wider audience A dozen or so notebook pages stapled together made the rounds in some particularly boring classes, with the riveting tales carefully hidden behind textbooks.High school meant the big time editor of the school newspaper, the Maroon and White Janice used her insightful editorials to delve into such meaty subjects as locker room odor and why we need two ply tissue in the student bathrooms.College brought lots of writing, but very little of it creative four years later, Janice stepped into the adult world as a fully certified elementary teacher.Despite motherhood, full time employment, and keeping up with an always into something husband, Janice never lost her love of writing or the desire to be published In 1996 she realized her long time dream when Kensington Publishing bought her first book, Sweetheart That exciting moment was followed by the sales of two books in the Precious Gem line.In the fall of 2002, Janice left the classroom to pursue writing full time.

    365 thoughts on “Hot Mail

    • Fans of the 'friends to lovers' theme will absolutely love "Hot Mail" by Janice Maynard. It's a very spicy contemporary romance with a bit of mystery and a sweeter secondary romance added in to boot! Jane and Ethan were best friends growing up and throughout their twentiesuntil Ethan got engaged. Even though his engagement didn't last long, their separation did. But Jane's New Year's resolution is to stop mooning over Ethan and make an effort to seduce him to her side.Ethan isn't quite sure how [...]


    • This is a perfect Valentine’s Day book. I tore through it in a matter of hours! Jane and Ethan were best friends for years. Jane was always secretly waiting for Ethan to make a move on her. However, Ethan got engaged to someone else! Their friendship fell apart, and they’ve not really spoken in four years. It turned out that the fiancé was bad news, and Ethan is gun shy now. He’s been wondering why he and Jane’s friendship ended. (Duh). Jane has also been thinking about Ethan and as her [...]


    • I've been very lucky over the past few days. I have read good book after good book. This is one of them.It's a quick read and it's cute, slightly stalkerish but sweet. The story is a bit predictable, I called the 'perpetrator' from the first time he was mentioned. It's just one of those books where there are only a handful of characters so that when someone is mentioned for no real reason, it tips you off. I wouldn't call this a romantic suspense, though, because it was small-time suspense. I ro [...]


    • Okay I loved this book. I don't know what it was about it specifically, because there were no shapeshifters, no vampires, and no night creatures, but I could not put it down. I read it in one day and I was totally rooting for all the characters. The storyline is like a modern day romance novel and you're pretty sure what's going to happen the whole way, but I still couldn't wait to keep reading it! The sex scenes are very hot and the hero is a man's man without being a jerk. Always lovely. The s [...]


    • I have this book to read based on Kim's suggestion.This was a very good book, and a very fast read. I started this book Sunday afternoon and finished it around midnight. It was good enough that I did not want to put it down. I think I am going to look for some more of Janice Maynard's books.


    • I enjoy the author’s writing voice, but the weaknesses in this book are bad plot, conflicts, and motivationsORY BRIEF:Ethan and Jane grew up being best friends. Years earlier Jane realized she wanted more but never acted on it. Ethan’s priority was his career, and he wasn’t thinking about a deeper relationship. Four years ago Ethan became engaged to another woman but broke it off. At that time, Jane was hurt by the engagement and became cold and distant toward Ethan. Now, Jane decides to t [...]


    • A new-to-me author that I was very excited to read. Maybe a little too excited, because the book seems to have everything I love to read about, friends becoming lovers, secret admirer with very naughty poems and even naughtier scenes. Unfortunately, it did not live up to my excitement for the book, but it was good. Ethan and Jane had been friends forever until Ethan had gotten engaged. Ethan’s engagement did not last long, but Ethan and Jane never became close friends again. Four years later, [...]


    • review courtesy of Romance Junkies:At thirty-two, Jane Norman realizes she is missing something vital in her life, a man. She has been crazy about her friend, Ethan for years and is finally ready to pursue him. With Valentine's Day in the near future, she begins sending him sensual valentines anonymously once a week. When Valentine's Day arrives, she plans to confess all and hopes that Ethan might feel the same. Ethan has always had feelings toward Jane, but their friendship was severed when Eth [...]


    • I enjoyed this for the most part. I liked the male hero and the subplot of his sister and her love life. The one thing I really liked was that there were valid reasons behind why Ethan didn't tell Jane about the valentines and mostly valid reasons why he didn't believe they were from her. I could get behind his reasons for not believing anyway.The one thing that got kind of annoying was Jane's attitude toward the whole thing. She admits to him that she was jealous years ago when he chose another [...]


    • Just ehhh for me. Friends to lovers plot with no angst or character depth. I would say it is empty chic lit. You will forget it before you even move on to your next book. The poems were cute and the h/h were likable and the secondary couple are cute. I think I enjoyed their story more a least what little story they had it was very rushed. But as with the h/h nothing is developed enough. The ending also fell flat for me. I did enjoy the epilogue. As I write this review I can't even remember the h [...]


    • "He was shaking like a malaria patient, his hips thrusting upward, even as Jane bore down, her handsat his shoulders, her eyes closed as she rode him slowly."WTF? That's some messed up comparisons. I think that the author got inspired by Victorian/Regency romances when I read the last 20 pages or so.


    • Seduction by mailing weekly anonymous Valentines! How come that never happens to me?Hot Mail is pretty hot stuff--and this erotic thriller delivers the heat! After a stationery store is vandalized, the hero comes to the rescue and the heroine and her erotic alter ego are competing for the hero's affections. That virtual competition really heats the action up!


    • A good story about a woman sending anonymous love letters to the man she's secretly been in love with for four years. I thought Ethan was a bit dense that he took so long to recognize his feelings for Jane, but their sexual encounters were hot and fun. I also thought Jane wrote some great love poems. Imagine getting love poetry like that--Whew! 4 stars.




    • 3.5* This was better than I expected. I'm not familiar with this author, I liked this book enough to look for more by her.





    • The tag line reads: One naughty valentine at a time, she's going to fulfill her secret fantasy & make him hers I could not have said this better! Great story and just in time for Valentine's Day!



    • Great quick read. But please no more epilogues featuring weddings or babies. We already got that they're going to live HEA from the 'romance' designation.



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