Heat Under Fire

Heat Under Fire

by Andrew Grey
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Heat Under Fire 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not horrible, but get over the mean Moms, and sexy hospital quickies already! No one let's a phobic mom influence their whole life. And, no one coming out of an auto accident with broken bones wants a quickie, even guys. Then you finally get them together, and during the pillow-talk it just ends. No resolution. No purpose. No plot. Thought I 'd skipped pages , but turns out the author must have gotten the word count in & just stopped. Wasted time reading it waiting for the plot that never arrived.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good series, but the books are too short. This was is less than 100 pages
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Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
~Reviewed by FRANCESCA & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog “I’ve enjoyed this author in the past, so I’ll definitely read anything I’ve missed, but I don’t think this was one of his best.” ~Under the Covers This book started out great for me. We have a cop, Justin, who knows he’s gay, just never came out to everyone and hasn’t really had any experiences. He’s extremely shy around guys he likes as well, and seems to freeze and not be able to speak to them. Hmmm this could be a problem. Of course he has the hots for a sexy EMT, Rock. Rock is the larger than life type, big muscular, seems very alpha. Of course there’s no way he could be interested, right? Well, turns out he’s openly gay and Justin didn’t know that. At the slightest show of interest from Rock, Justin can’t communicate. I really liked Rock. He tiptoed around Justin enough to make him comfortable and dealt with all the problems Justin threw at him in a perfect way. He seemed to truly care for Justin. Justin on the other hand, I might’ve wanted to slap on the side of the head a bit. Yes, he has a problem. Which by the way, when it’s resolved the why I was left a bit scratching my head and not believing it. But that’s a different subject. Justin never took life by the horns and tried to take charge. He continually lets things happen to him, instead of him being the one to be proactive. I normally would’ve liked this combination a lot, from everything … jobs to personalities and physical types. But this particular book fell a bit flat. It would be build up and I was getting excited about something to come, and then it was a bit anti-climactic. I’ve enjoyed this author in the past, so I’ll definitely read anything I’ve missed, but I don’t think this was one of his best. It was an ok, enjoyable read but it stopped at that. And I was looking for more. *Review copy provided by publisher
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seemed to end quickly. Characters not quite fully developed. Maybe he has a sequel planned? Hope so.