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Flirting With Fire (Hometown Heroes Book 2) Kindle Edition
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What I did not like - it seems like for 75 to 80% of the book, the H and h are in flirting mode while the H has a girlfriend. The girlfriend works with the h. The H and h do not get together until towards the end and that was after the girlfriend dumps the H. I didn't feel any love connection, only a lust connection. I thought the story could have included more dates before the two got their HEA. It was like he just got dumped in one chapter, then he saves her in the next and then he proposes in the next chapter which is also the last. It seem like he had more quality time with the girlfriend.
Not much romance to the story but cute bantering.
Like the first book, this one relies heavily on using the setting of Fort Wayne as a backdrop for the action. Locals will likely get a kick at seeing familiar places turn up in the storyline. As with the first book, I'm not quite sure why some places retain their proper names while others don't. Since I live there, it's something that's sort of a stumbling block for me but most readers wouldn't notice.
I didn't quite get into this one as much as the first because I had a harder time relating to the heroine. She's got a finely tuned moral compass that can be a bit repetitive. She sticks to her principles for the majority of the book, until -well- she doesn't and readers get the payoff that they were looking for.
Again, this is nowhere close to a steamy read. This one includes a shower scene, but those looking for massive description won't get what they came for. The author definitely employs the fade to black technique.
I liked Torrunn as the hero, though I didn't care for his unique name. Hot, firefighter, loves kids, would do anything for you - what's not to like?
The mystery in this one wasn't as captivating as in the first, but it was still an integral part of the story. I have to say that I didn't figure out who the culprit was before it was revealed, instead opting for the obvious suspect.
Still an enjoyable read for those that like romantic suspense and an added bonus for those who know the area.