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Hot Boyz
by Marissa Monteilh

Category: Fiction / General
341 pages; ISBN: 0060590947

Rating: 10/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Harriet Klausner

Review

Hot Boyz
Marissa Monteilh
Avon, May 2004, $13.95, 341 pp.
ISBN: 0060590947

In Ladero Heights, California, few families could match the success of the three Wilson brothers. Mason is a wealthy successful golf pro married to a lovely woman and father to two delightful teens. Married Claude is the king of realty in the area as well as women even doing a ménage de trois. Finally the youngest Torino runs Mason’s golf club, Foreplay and lives up to that name with any honey he wants.

Beneath the veneer of success lie problems of disappointment and mistrust by their main women. Mason spends more time at the links than he does with his wife and kids. Claude’s wife, fed up with his wolfing, dumps him. Torino has found the woman he wants forever, but his record as a rake makes him unacceptable to his beloved. Each of the siblings must find their own path to plead with their loved ones to forgive their sins, but the road is rocky and filled with detours many of which are self imposed foibles.

HOT BOYZ is an intriguing contemporary tale that showcases the downside of success in which if the person is not careful he (or she) could lose sight of what matters in life. The story line focuses on six prime characters, the three siblings and their main woman. Though quite a handful to keep track of, marvelous Marissa Monteilh insures each has a unique personality and is fully developed so that the audience can comprehend the cross the Bennett brothers must bear if they want their loved ones back. Fans will enjoy this relationship drama that breaks par over the entire eighteen holes.

Harriet Klausner

 

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