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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (January 30, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061227617
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061227615
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.9 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,282,117 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Marissa Monteilh (Mon-Tay) is a former commercial actress and television news reporter. A single mother of three, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and is currently developing projects for television and film.


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Voted amongst the 2010 Women of Influence in Publishing by Written Magazine, and a 2010 Pink Diamond Award Honoree at the African-American Literary Festival hosted by SistahFriend Bookclub, Marissa Monteilh (Mon-tay), a former model, television news reporter, and commercial actress, originally self-published her first book, May December Souls, in November 2000. The following year she signed a two-book deal with HarperCollins for the re-release of May December Souls, and a second novel, The Chocolate Ship.

Marissa again signed with HarperCollins for her third title, Hot Boyz, and the next year wrote two books for Kensington/Dafina. The first Dafina book, Make Me Hot (re-released as Morgan's Makeover in 2012), was a 2006 African-American Literary Award nominee. The second title, Dr. Feelgood, was released in 2007, and re-released in March 2011.

Life Changing Books published Something He Can Feel in 2008. The self-published ebook version was pubbed on March 1, 2011. The long-awaited sequel in the Hot Boyz trilogy, called Hot Girlz, hit the shelves on October 29, 2011. Marissa's first ebook novella, The Six-Letter Word, was released in July of 2012, and an ebook novella regarding the ultimate best-friend betrayal, Turnabout Is Fair Play, debuted on October 15, 2012. Both novellas were bought by Black Expressions and released as a one of a kind, 2-in-1 exclusive omnibus on May 11, 2013. And in July of 2013, the highly requested sequel to Dr. Feelgood, called You've Got It Bad, hit the shelves. In 2014 Marissa released The Mind of a Woman (non-fiction), and Never Breathe Again. The final title in the Hot Boyz trilogy, L.A. Husbands and Wives is in the works.

Marissa is a regular contributor to the literary blog, Novel Spaces, and she mentors new authors, answering questions via a monthly conference call on a comp basis.

Originally from Los Angeles, Marissa now resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her family.

Visit Marissa's website at www.marissamonteilh.com.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers on May 11, 2004
Format: Paperback
The title HOT BOYZ had me thinking of a steamy bad boy relationship story,
but that was not the case. While this story is about three severe brothers
who are categorized as hot boys, and the scenes flowing through the pages
are indeed sizzling, this is a gripping story about family and trust.
Wanting to stay true to their roots, the Wilson brothers still live in
Ladera Heights, California. Pro Golfer Mason, the oldest of the three, is
an excellent role model with money, the respect of the sports world and a
wonderful family. He has the complete trust of his wife, who is adamant about
her belief in his fidelity. She is unshakable until she finds a strand of
hair that's too long and too auburn to be hers. Claude is a successful
realtor in Black Beverly Hills, and the most confused of the three brothers.
Two years earlier his girlfriend was shot and killed by a jealous lover.
Surrounded by controversy, he marries her best friend, but Claude is still
holding on to memories of the girlfriend. Now his wife is wondering if
theirs is a marriage of guilt, convenience or love? Finally there's Torino,
confirmed bachelor and manager of Mason's club, Foreplay. The club is the
perfect forum to maintain a revolving door atmosphere with the women in his
life. But Torino is not the aloof brother he portrays.
At a glance their lives are enviable, but beneath the surface are secrets
that could shatter three perfect dreams and shake a family to its core.
A legacy of infidelity threatens everything they have worked so hard to
obtain.
Marissa Monteilh has written a mature, emotional story that exposes deep
family wounds.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Loose Leaves Book Review on October 25, 2004
Format: Paperback
The Wilson brothers of Ladera Heights, California are Hot Boyz. Mason is a successful, professional golfer with big bank, a huge mansion, luxurious cars, and a gorgeous wife and two kids. Mason's problem is he neglects his family because he spends so some much time on the golf circuit. Claude is fine as frog hair split three ways with his NBA build and classy style. Claude owns the most successful realty business in the area but can't get over the drama of a past relationship. Then there is Torino, the baby brother, tall and handsome with a smile that will take your breath away. Torino has big dreams but no finances to back them. So, in the meantime, Torino manages Mason's club, Foreplay, until something better comes along.

The outside world believes that the Wilson brothers have it all -fame, fortune, stunning women, and all the status that goes along with it. The secrets of their ideal existence start to threaten their big balla lifestyles. As the skeletons fall out of the closet, the family has to reach down to the core of its existence to maintain its closeness. The women behind the Wilson brothers pull them through. Mason's wife, Mercedes, closes the distance in the relationship with her husband while maintaining her high profile job and careful watch over their children. Claude's wife, Venus, takes the time to mourn for her friend and realizes that her marriage is worth saving. Torino finally leaves his player days for Sequoia. Sequoia is a professional sista with no nonsense ghetto flava that turns Torino from his player days to monogamous lover.

Hot Boyz is a great story that piques your interest right from the start. The tales of death, family drama, and potential stalker girlfriends and mistresses keeps you on the edge of your seat.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harriet Klausner #1 HALL OF FAME on April 29, 2004
Format: Paperback
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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