Burning Up

Burning Up

by Silvia Violet

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BN ID: 2940151249591
Publisher: Silvia Violet Books
Publication date: 02/17/2015
Series: Silvia Violet's Fitting In Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 161,772
File size: 150 KB

About the Author

Silvia Violet writes erotic romance in a variety of genres including paranormal, contemporary, sci fi, and historical. She can be found haunting coffee shops looking for the darkest, strongest cup of coffee she can find. Once equipped with the needed fuel, she can happily sit for hours pounding away at her laptop. Silvia typically leaves home disguised as a suburban stay-at-home-mom, and other coffee shop patrons tend to ask her hilarious questions like "Do you write children's books?" She loves watching the looks on their faces when they learn what she's actually up to. When not writing, Silvia enjoys baking sinfully delicious treats, exploring new styles of cooking, and reading to her incorrigible offspring.

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Burning Up 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
In the third entry in the Fitting in series, we meet fireman Bryce, Matt, and Toby. We got a little introduction to Bryce in Sorting Out when Mason introduced him to Gray and Jack as his fellow bartender at Nathan's. As in the first two installments, trust and love is key to the building of the relationship. Sometimes it takes tragedy or near-tragedy to show us what really matters and what is truly important to our hearts and souls and that is what Bryce learns. Watching him learn this lesson is a little painful at times, I just wanted to reach in and shake some good old fashion common sense into him but we all need to learn these lessons in our time and that is what Bryce, Matt, and Toby all have to do. Course, Mason, Jack, and even Gray assist our new trio with some of their own personal insight as well.
edcsdc More than 1 year ago
Liked this newest in the Fitting In series. Bryce is used to keeping things superficial. He's experienced a trauma that has him bottled up. Matt and Toby are adorable. Their antics and verbal banter make me laugh with them or at them. One moment of honesty from Bryce and things only get better from there. The three of them have a few bumps along the way but it's to be expected when they're trying to work it all out. They get a little help from the main characters of the previous books. Now if we can just get Henry's book. Adult read
InkedRainbowReads More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars This is the third book in this series, but the first one I read. It truly was a stand alone, but we got to meet one of the couples from one of the other books (I assume since they were a 3-way male couple). Bryce is openly gay, when outside of work that is. He doesn't want to be judged at the firehouse so he keeps it to himself. He is attracted to two of the younger guys who are always messing around with each other. Although he is suspicious that there is more than friendship going on between them, he isn't sure and doesn't want to get involved with people he works with anyway. Matt and Toby make it hard for Bryce to resist and one night after too many beers Bryce opens up and shares a story he's never told anyone and things spin out of control from there. Although Bryce doesn't want to admit it, he's fallen for them. This story was a great way to write an insta-love story. I normally don't care for them, but this was perfect because they had enough background and situations to make it believable for me even if it was only a month that had passed. I really enjoyed the drama and torment the characters went through while trying to make the decisions that they felt were right versus what was easy. The naughty scenes were pretty hot too, which is always a good thing. The only thing I found wrong with the story is that the speech and tone from the characters became almost repetitive and all three men ended up not having any personality or difference in their dialogues. Other than that, great job. I can't wait to read more from this author. I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads. Renee