On Fire

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Take one tall, broad-shouldered fireman in his early thirties. Mix well with one skinny, eighteen-year-old college kid who lives for sex, and the results are sheer pleasure.

Sam and Robert are about as opposite as you can get, aside from the fact that they're both into sex with guys. When Sam picks Robert up during Canada Day festivities, neither of them are expecting more than making some fireworks for the holiday. And the sparks definitely fly, especially since Sam is able to ...

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Overview

Take one tall, broad-shouldered fireman in his early thirties. Mix well with one skinny, eighteen-year-old college kid who lives for sex, and the results are sheer pleasure.

Sam and Robert are about as opposite as you can get, aside from the fact that they're both into sex with guys. When Sam picks Robert up during Canada Day festivities, neither of them are expecting more than making some fireworks for the holiday. And the sparks definitely fly, especially since Sam is able to recharge his batteries as only an eighteen year old can. Robert finds himself both entranced and smitten with young Sam, who is bubbly and happy and can have more sex in the space of an hour than Robert can believe.

But there's a world of difference between eighteen and thirty-two, as Sam and Robert discover along the way. Friends and family add to the difficulties they encounter. But the two of them come to realize that underneath it all, they have more than just a physical need for each other. The emotion that blossoms between them is soon as great as their first sizzling attraction.

Drew Zachary, the author of Transforming Hades and Skin Deep, has written a romance as hot as the flame it's named after. Don't miss it!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934166512
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 12/27/2006
  • Pages: 236
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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It was one of those perfect afternoons; not too hot, not too bright, but perfect for getting a good look at skin.

There were a ton of people wandering around, driving around, just filling the streets. There were buskers and vendors, and it looked like most of Victoria had turned out to celebrate. The shows wouldn't start for a bit, but there was lots to do, and Sam was doing his level best to see as much as he could.

He'd eaten hotdogs, nearly drowned himself in Coke and Sprite, and didn't he just love companies that ran promotions with free drinks? By next year, he'd be hanging out in the beer tents, but for now it was pop and it would have to do.

Sam watched a couple of guys playing with Devil Sticks and admired their technique, but he got bored fairly soon and began to walk again. There were flashing lights up ahead, and it was probably some damn safety awareness thing the cops were running, but there wasn't anything wrong with cop watching. Unless they didn't like it, but he could run pretty fast.

He turned the corner and grinned. It wasn't cops and it wasn't boring. It really was a perfect day in Sam's world, and he sauntered a little closer, looking for a bench to sit on. The fire department had the pumper trucks out, and the ladders were up, the entire rig set to spray downward. A charity car wash, which was nice, but the very best part was that the firemen were in uniform. Black uniforms with badges and patches, and Sam was sure that there was nothing on earth finer than fireman butt in those uniforms.

He found a place to sit and set to watching, not bothering to be subtle. They were far too busy to notice him, and besides, the amount of women standingaround gawking was a good cover. He drank water from a bottle and watched, soaking up the sun and the smell of Canada Day.

"Good God," a woman off to the right breathed, and Sam snickered. But then a car moved off and a mountain stood up, and Sam figured the woman was right. God was good, indeed.

The man had to be six and a half feet tall if he was an inch, and built like a brick shithouse. Short blond hair and a wide smile just closed the deal. And damned if that uniform wasn't absolutely soaked, the black material just clinging to the big body.

Sam sat up a little, and the semi he'd been sporting for the last while made an effort to become a problem. He moved his legs and swung around on the bench, giving himself a little comfort, and just stared. The man was amazing, even if he was old. Had to be damn near thirty, Sam figured, but Christ. He was something to look at, store up pictures of for later.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2008

    Delightful

    Sammy is a young (but legal) college student that has a thing for guys in uniform. When he first encounters Robert an older fireman in his uniform all wet and sexy, Sam can't wait to get Robert somewhere private for some quality alone time. From their very first time these two know that there's something special between them. There's lots of hot loving that left me breathless and all tingly inside and romance that's tender and loving. Sammy's a handful (literally) and Robert's just the man to handle Sammy. Drew Zachary (the pen name for Vic Winter & Chris Owen's co-written work) perfectly captures the awkwardness of being in a relationship with someone older the good-natured ribbing from friends, the suspicious and protective attitudes from family and the amusing conversations resulting from their generational difference. When Robert first meets Sammy's dad was one of the best (if not the best) scene in the book. I laughed so hard it became painful. A delightful story that I will enjoy reading time and time again. This series is a perfect example of how to write a sizzling hot story with plenty of loving -- delicious and detailed, without letting the plot and characters suffer. Sammy's like an over-affectionate puppy, all wiggly and enthusiastic. Robert has no problem keeping up and taming his frisky lover. The affection and growing love is evident between these two. I like the feeling of falling in love with my characters as they fall in love with each other. The dialog and interactions were realistically portrayed along with realistic elements that added an emotional depth to their characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2014

    Great read

    I love this series - such great sex scenes - varied and hot! With intriguing and attractive characters and interesting stories. This series is right up there with my favorite feel good reads. Lots of love and hot sex - doesn't get much better than that for a enthralling afternoon read.

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