Thursday, May 21, 2009

Review: Trial by Fire by Jo Davis

Trial by Fire (Firefighters of Station Five, #1) Trial by Fire by Jo Davis

rating: 4 of 5 stars


Dont get burned...

Lieutenant Howard “Six- Pack” Paxton loves three things: being a firefighter, riding his Harley, and his bachelorhood. That is, until the curvaceous Kat McKenna falls into his arms at the scene of a fire—and melts the six-foot-six tower of bronze muscle…

But just as passion ignites between them—and they explore new heights of ecstasy—a ruthless arsonist with a deadly secret and a thirst for vengeance becomes their worst nightmare.

Wow - what a ride this book was. It took a few pages to get into, but after the first 20 or so I was hooked and could not put it down. I really liked the look into the characters of Howard and Kat. They felt real, a little more raw than I am use to, but I really liked them. I also liked getting the glimpse of the rest of the Firefighters of Station 5 and can't wait to read their stories.

The characters were well done in this book. The romance moved at a good pace. There was heat and problems between the main characters that really held your interest and the suspense kept you turning pages to find out what would happen next.

This isn't your happy-go-lucky romance novel, but if you love romantic suspense with an edge this is right up your alley. If you haven't tried romantic suspense then this is one book you should try. Ms. Davis offers us everything this book and I just can't recommend it enough!

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