Back at Station Five in Phoenix, Arizona, Becca Taylor is struggling to come to terms with the possibility that her brother's death about a decade ago was at the hands of an arsonist.
With her brother's high school friend, Sam Evans, the two of them try to dig up evidence to prove it. The sexy fire lieutenant friend-with-benefits is determined to help Becca and keep her safe.
With flames running in every direction, Becca zeroes in on who she believes is responsible. With a twist no one will see coming, Becca's determination to find the truth might just be the one thing that puts her right in the line of fire.
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Burning with Desire
We all like a good firefighter book. This series has kept me wanting more. I had a hard time putting it down. More books in this series please
That's quite a cliffhanger...
Sam was the most interesting part, I really liked his part in the story.
The sheer number if people trying to hook up with Becca felt weird and a bit forced. In fact I didn't really like Becca, she was making an art form out of jumping to conclusions.
The male voices really grated. That said this is the second book with this narrator I've listened too recently and I noticed the male voices in the first so perhaps I've listened to them too close together. They just don't come across in a way that seems natural, the tone doesn't change with the mood of the scene.
I didn't listen to the first book, so I'm not sure how much of an impact that will have had on how I viewed the story.
Wow, this review came across as really critical.
It's not a bad story, I don't regret listening to it, but it wasn't great and I can't see myself seeking out the other books even with the cliffy.
Note: This book was supplied free in return for an honest review.
- Claire "I read all kinds of books, but I have an obsession with paranormal and fantasy at the moment. Sorry about any spelling mistakes/typos."