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I'm on Fire

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2012


    Predictable but a cute quick read.

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  • Posted March 16, 2011

    Hot Read

    When things get hot, what could possibly be better than a gorgeous fireman to douse the flames? When Mel returns home from a business trip and discovers she's been left a goodbye letter from her now ex-boyfriend, she decides it's time to remove any trace of his existence. Burning the things he left behind sounds like a wonderful idea. What she doesn't count on is the blazing fire in her apartment that occurs as a consequence. Fortunately, help arrives in the form of Jackson, a firefighter who is as crass as he is luscious. Their attraction is undeniable, but both are coming out of bad relationships. A future together is out of the question. Or is it?

    Sommer Marsden's I'm On Fire is a delicious novella that sizzles. I enjoyed the witty banter between Mel and Jackson, as well as the histories that threaten to keep them apart. They are combination of fire and ice. Just when you think things are going to go smoothly, the past comes between them. Mel is relatable as a woman who has had her heart broken, while Jackson provides the emotional angst of the story. It's obvious they want each other, but time doesn't necessarily heal all wounds. It takes a series of unfortunate events to bring them together time and again, until they have no choice but to face what is happening between them.

    The dialogue is brilliant, and I found myself laughing out loud on more than one occasion, especially when Mel's best friend decides to play matchmaker. My only complaint would be that I would have enjoyed the story a bit longer, as things are wrapped up rather quickly. However, I did love the story, as well as the characters Ms. Marsden brought to life. The chemistry between Mel and Jackson is electric, and their love scenes are burn-your-fingers hot.

    Fans of contemporary romances with a bit of humor, emotion, and complication will absolutely love I'm On Fire. This is the first story I've enjoyed by Ms. Marsden but it certainly won't be the last.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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    Posted May 18, 2011

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