Pondering “Inside Heat” by Roz Lee

A book I have not read but shall at my earliest convenience …

A belt? I thought I told you not to wear anything complicated, you prepossessing jade!

According to an advance review, Inside Heat — so titled because the act of dirty-dirty entails not only the generation of sex-heat, but also the putting of things inside other things — promises to “deliver a sinful sigh of pleasure.”

At this important juncture, the sweat-dappled reader may be wondering what a proper “sinful sigh of pleasure” is quite like. Please allow the author — the author of this post, not Inside Heat (alas and alack) — to demonstrate …

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The story, as you may have anticipated, involves a pediatric nurse, base-ball-ing twin brothers who toil for the right-wise Texas Mustangs and an iniquitous steroid user named Martin McCree, who is surely both cad and masher. I’ll step aside while you begin reading.

What’s that? Worried that the unflinching baseball realism within will fly over your head and leave you thumbing through for the italicized descriptions of coitus? Fear not! A review from customer most satisfied:

A++ Home run! March 11, 2012
By Willow S.
Format:Kindle Edition
Inside Heat is a masterfully written love triangle that made me feel like I was truly a part of the baseball world. The tension and passion between the characters is ratcheted up in concert with the mounting excitement of the Mustangs record-breaking season. I felt drawn into the game and the lives of the players, and to Megan–a nurse who (like me!) didn’t know much about baseball until she fell for Jason and Jeff. You don’t need to love baseball to enjoy this book, but if you do, you’ve just found an amazing sports-related romance you won’t want to put down. Go Mustangs!

Fears allayed? Most excellent. Gonads out and up! Let us banquet upon the forbidden!

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11 Responses to “Pondering “Inside Heat” by Roz Lee”

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  1. Kyle says:

    I kind of hate how awesome this is.

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  2. reillocity says:

    Willow S., you had me at “mounting excitement”.

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  3. dp says:

    Do you have recommendations as to the best practices one can employ to most enjoy reading “Inside Heat?” By candlelight? Anointed head to toe in olive oil? Whilst clad solely in the loincloth of one’s favorite baseball club?

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    • Jack says:

      Whenever I read “Inside Heat,” I do it while watching “Eat Pray Love” on a rainy day, eating Dove chocolates.

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  4. deadhead says:

    Back cover blurbs –
    “High Heat delivers the goods up and inside and provides deep relief (if you know what I mean” – Rusty Kuntz

    “Roz Lee drives one home and slides in with ease… in regards to High Heat” – Dick Allen

    “It did nothing for me” – Rosie O’Donnell

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  5. Dr. Feelgood says:

    Watch for the sequel, “Backdoor Slider.”

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  6. Taxidea says:

    Look at the related books on the amazon link. Erotic baseball books are their own fucking genre. After I finish reading “Inside Heat” (and it will be both fast and satisfying, I’m sure) I think I’ll go to “Hardball” and “Fastball” by the incomparable VK Sykes. Apparently Fastball is a sequel, although from the product descriptions they sound nothing alike. I just look forward to reading about the beautiful and brainy Dr. Holly Bell, especially with regards to her affair with Nate Carter, star pitcher of the Philadelphia Patriots with the baseball world in the palm of his glove.

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  7. Illinois glass M. Michael Sheets says:

    How many WAD does this book get?

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  8. Choo says:

    Reminds me of a short story I wrote in college called “Breaking and Entering,” which featured breakdancing, petty crime and and filthy romance.

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  9. Jenstrom says:

    Dennis Eckersley is said to be working on similar projects. “I Gotta Have That” describes erotically his battle with sex addiction, including his devil’s threesome on the pitching mound at Fenway. “Bounce Around” is the short story of when Kirk Gibson gave Eck a conciliatory invitation to an orgy after hitting that home run off him in 1988. “The Gas” involves a young (but legal) fan introducing him to whip-its and the dilemma of trying to have an orgasm while under the short-lived and giggly nitrous influence.
    (Extra points if you know the origin of the project titles.)

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