Slow Burn

Slow Burn

by Danielle Norman

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BN ID: 2940161947395
Publisher: F Squared, LLP
Publication date: 11/08/2018
Series: Iron Horse , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 249,806
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Before becoming a romance writer, I was a body double for Heidi Klum and a backup singer for Adele. Now, I spend my days trying to play keep away from Theo James who won't stop calling me and asking me out.

And all of this happens before I wake up and face reality where in fact I'm a 50 something mom with grown kids, I've been married longer than Theo's been alive, and I now get my kicks riding a Harley.
As far as my body, I thank, Ben & Jerry's for that as well as gravity. And I could never be Adele's backup since I never stop saying the F-word long enough actually to sing.

My books are about kickass women with even better shoes and the men that try to tame them (silly silly men).

In all truth, Danielle began her career as a children's author and still continues to flourish in that genre under a different name.

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Slow Burn 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
emilyk52281 6 months ago
"Slow Burn" (Iron Horse Book 2) by Danielle Norman is a fantastic read. I loved Paris and Asher's story. This is an excellent addition to this series, packed with close family and friends, humor, romance, entertaining and interesting characters, and more. I loved catching up with London and Braden. I'm anxious to see what happens next in Holland's story. Highly recommend to all fans of romance, family, friends to lovers, and series.
BookAddictLive 6 months ago
This is definitely a slow burn of a romance, Paris’s best friend Asher, upsets the applecart when he tells her he is in love with her. Paris’s shock is absolute, and she rejects him outright. Asher drowns his sorrow, because he thought they were on the same page, and now he didn’t have his best friend or love of his life. At times I just wanted shake Paris, she was so frustrating . This was more of a sweet romance once they got together. This is like being in the middle family squabble, and made for entertaining reading. This is the second book in the Iron House Series, with three sisters Holland, Paris and London. I can’t wait to read Holland’s story.
Lashea677 6 months ago
No one can break a heart quite like Danielle Norman. The impact feels brutal, but the emotional purge is empowering. Slow Burn is like a road map to the heart. Asher and Paris are a bundle of insecurities fighting to become whole. Paris sees the world with the damaged heart of a seven year old girl doing her best to be perfect. Asher is the kind of man, who wants to be happy and is willing to take the hard road to get there. What happens when forever comes calling but doubt has you too scared to answer? When kindred spirits become crippled by heartache anything is possible. Norman takes hearts down an emotionally treacherous path to remind them falling in love is not always smooth sailing, but a learning curve.
ViperSpaulding 6 months ago
Terrific friends-to-lovers romance! This story starts off on an exciting note, with the birth of London and Braden's baby, which prompts Paris to reminisce about her own relationship with the mother who abandoned her and her sisters. Paris has always had Asher in her corner, but despite her strong feelings for him she believes that pursuing a relationship with him will ruin their friendship and leave her heartbroken. Asher, on the other hand, has been waiting for Paris for years, knowing since childhood that she's the one for him. Now that he's back and taking over his dad's veterinary practice, he's ready to proclaim his intentions and start his future with Paris. Paris watched her parents' marriage disintegrate, and believed her mother when she said it was because friends should never have married in the first place. Now her mother is back, and still callously feeding manipulative lies to her daughters. Paris came close to crossing into TSTL territory with her willingness to set aside her own reasoning in favor of believing her mother, but eventually all the secrets and lies are revealed and the truth gives Paris the strength to make her own decisions. Asher was the perfect boyfriend-in-waiting, stalwart in his devotion to Paris even when she was pushing him away. Cora was a well-written despicable character, one whose selfishness knows no bounds. Her appearance back in the sisters' lives was a necessary step toward their own healing, but I was sure glad to see her go. I really enjoyed the introduction to other characters and seeing the foundations laid for future romances. While this is a standalone romance, so much of the Kelly family life is explained in the previous book, Stetson, that you really will want to read it first. It's a wonderful romance, too, and both are well worth the time to read. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.