Smolder: A Firefighter Romance

Smolder: A Firefighter Romance Summary

Kissing her firefighter boss was the BEST BAD idea ever.

Firefighter Erin Hudgens was ten seconds from living out her 'trapped in a supply closet with a hot guy who would perform acts of unspeakable pleasure to her willing body..'

Oh, no, that sexy guy is her no-nonsense fire chief, Noah Baker, who just put her firehouse on probation. Kissable as he may be, he's not in play and is treating her with kid gloves, lest they succumb to temptation and take their mutual attraction further . . . even if it's spontaneous combustion hot.

But after one kiss, the gloves and the clothes come OFF . . .

WARNING: This steamy romance starts with a slow burn but may lead to actual smoldering when you get hot and bothered after it ends in a HFA since the sexiness continues to a second book. You should only read if you wish Grey's Anatomy and Chicago Fire featured a shirtless fire chief who can paralyze you with the power of his eyes . . . and abs.

This book is perfect for readers who love Brittany Sahin, Nicole Snow, K.C. Crowne, Lucy Score, and J. Saman.



Book Reviews

JenniferS423

Typos!1 star

Couldn’t make it thru the first 2 chapters!15

Bookworm e-reader

Long2 star

This felt like a book about firefighting that also kind of had a story. Excessive firefighting details. I would skip whole sections. Then it just ended without anything being resolved. Not even a cliffhanger, just meh.25

MsAina

Too Long and Boring2 star

This book was made for people who are into fire fighting smfh I skimmed thru most of the book25

Crazy not lazy

Smolder: A firefighter romance3 star

Not impressed. Somewhat confusing, and not enough definition.35

alyakraM

Lacking3 star

I liked the story and it has good writing , but i feel like I was dragged all up and down the city. I feel there was no real focus between the main couple and only a quarter of the chapters involved both of them. Kind of misleading when they’re on the cover of the book. Don’t get me wrong I love the action but I want to watch my cake bake not just eat it…ie. I didn’t feel much likeness or fondness from main characters, more so a strict attraction. Feels just like an introduction to a series, vague and wanting more.35





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