|The Firefighter is a trilogy of very erotic stories about three firemen and the ladies in their lives. "Hot Down Under" is a story by Susan Lyons about a woman who travels with her grand-mother from Canada to Queensland, Australia. Tash McKendrick is an attorney sent by her family to "take care" of her Nana while she sells a house inherited upon the death of her sister. The first night they stay in the house it burns; Tash wakes up and, with nothing on but her underwear, she tries to get her Nana out of the house. Unfortunately she has broken her leg. Just at the last moment, Tash, and Nana, are rescued by Mick Donovan, her fireman!
"All Fired Up" by P.J. Mellor, presents Nick Howard as he leaves Houston for Harper's Grove, Texas, population 1285! Tricia Lundsford returned back home to Harper's Grove about the same time to help her Granny run her little shop "Cup Half Full." Suffice it to say: they don't call Tricia Hurricane for nothing! His new crew even tried to warn him away from Tricia because of the disasters she promotes.
And finally, "Fighting Fire" by Alyssa Brooks, tells the story of Carmen Hart, shop owner, and Fire Chief Brent Summers. These two went to high school together, so saying they have a "past" would not be an exaggeration! Perhaps the steamiest of the trilogy, this tale expounds the beginning of the relationship in between the sex scenes.
The three authors have a wonderful style for writing stories about new love. Each story is independent, upbeat and heart-stopping. The sexual conduct is intense and fast-paced. There is more sex in this trilogy than usual without an extra warning but the scenes are done tastefully and truly make the reader feel a part of the action! I usually prefer my sexual encounters to be less than exposed; however, these authors have a wonderful approach to the subject which keeps the stories from being scandalous. I recommend this trilogy to all!
Reviewer: Brenda Talley
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