Cleansing Flame : Rekindled Flame

  • by Andrew Grey
  • Narrated by Michael Pauley
  • Series: Rekindled Flame
  • 6 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sequel to Rekindled Flame
Rekindled Flame: Book Two

Life has been grinding Dayne Mills down for almost as long as he can remember. First, he lost the love of his life in an accident that also left him with a permanent injury, and then his mother passed away a year later. When his house burns to the ground, it's the last straw. He can't take any more, and if it wasn't for kind and handsome firefighter Lawson Martin offering him a hand up and a place to stay, he doesn't know what he'd do. Dayne would love for his relationship with Lawson to evolve into something beyond charity, but he knows going after a man so far out of his league will only lead to yet more heartache. It's best to just keep his mind on his research.
It's that research that leads Dayne to an old student journal that not only provides clues to the Native American heritage Lawson has been searching for, but chronicles a century-old love story. The tale that unfolds might be just what Dayne and Lawson need to remind them that no matter how dark life becomes, love can find a way to shine through.

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Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed the narration for this romance as well as its nice hurt/comfort elements.

Told from both Dayne Mills and Lawson Martin's points of view this story is really sweet and focuses on starting over and not letting new opportunities, especially for love, pass you by.

There's also a really lovely side story that comes from Dayne's research and ties in nicely with the main story.

Dayne has suffered quite a bit of loss in his life as he falls in love with Lawson he also has to contend with his fear of losing him because Lawson has a dangerous job and also enjoys potentially dangerous hobbies (skydiving, cliff jumping, etc.) in his free time.

Lawson isn't so much a thrill seeker as looking for the things that make him feel alive, but he's also willing to do whatever it takes to keep Dayne and take care of him.

Michael Pauley really does a fantastic job with this narration, bringing the characters to life and giving emotional nuance to the story itself.

Cleansing Flame is a sweet, low angst romance, with some nice comfort elements and great narration.

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- Belen

Two stories in one

What did you love best about Cleansing Flame?

How the diary played such a role in both men's lives


What was one of the most memorable moments of Cleansing Flame?

Towards the end when Richard calls Dayne with news about Lawson


What does Michael Pauley bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I think His narration really brings the story to life. As all Andrew Grey fans know the story is always good but Michael gives it the frosting to the cake.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No, Not really. The story was fabulous though and kept me engrossed from beginning to end.


Any additional comments?

I am a huge Andrew Grey fan and I think this series is one of my favorites. I loved in this book how Dayne's studies bring him and Lawson together. The Indian story was both sweet and heartbreaking and I think really made this book special.
If you love stories of flawed men, firefighters, daredevils, scholars, students, and Native American lore you will love this book!

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- Cat

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-12-2017
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC