Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Hot Response by Shannon Stacey [Review]

 Hot Response by Shannon Stacey
Hot Response (Boston Fire #4) by Shannon Stacey
Format: ebook
Source: provided through NetGalley
Date read: April 6, 2018

Boston Fire
1. Heat Exchange
2. Controlled Burn
3. Fully Ignited
4. Hot ResponsePaperback | Kindle
5. Under Control
6. Flare Up

Shannon Stacey
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Gavin Boudreau lives for the job, but he also believes in “work hard, play harder.” As the youngest guy in Ladder 37, he figures he’s got plenty of time before settling down becomes a priority. Soft, pretty women who aren’t looking for promises are exactly his type, and he’s comfortable with that. Working with a gorgeous EMT isn’t going to change who he is.

The last thing Cait Tasker needs in her personal life is a firefighter whose challenges on-scene have been a thorn in her side from minute one. Her plate’s too full for a man anyway. Back in her childhood home to help her family cope with an unexpected tragedy, she’s got enough to handle without throwing a hot, testosterone-laden fireman into the mix.

As long days on the job lead to long nights together, Gavin and Cait will discover how far temptation can take them—and what happens when the one you thought was all wrong for you turns out to be the person you can’t live without.
Thoughts on Hot Response: Aww. Gavin and his cowlick are fun. The guy enjoys life and doesn't let the little things get him down. Cait needs that. She might not know she needs it at first, but she does. She's wound up tighter than a...something tightly wound. Her family situation is necessary, but not ideal and she's sort of stuck in a rut without quite seeing how stuck she is.

Fortunately for her, Gavin (the sweetie) is there to help. I mean, it takes a while for her to realize he's not the douche-canoe she originally took him for, but once she does...actually, it takes her a while to come to terms with all his sides, so that doesn't happen immediately either.

A touch of danger, some snark and spark, and some SMOKIN' times between the sheets gets these two where they need to be. Eventually.

Bottom line, I like these first responders and how they find love and laughter in the chaos.

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