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Flirting with Fire (Men of Marietta Book 2) by [Hardy, Kate]
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Flirting with Fire (Men of Marietta Book 2) Kindle Edition

4.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
Book 2 of 5 in Men of Marietta (5 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4389 KB
  • Print Length: 166 pages
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  • Publisher: Tule Publishing (28 Mar. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MUS9SSC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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This is the second story in the Men of Marietta series, the first being Tempting the Deputy by Heidi Rice. It continues on from the Bachelor Bake-off series but you don’t need to have read those stories to appreciate this one, though it does mean you know many of the characters and places involved. The key elements for this new series are the hunky first responders – cowboys, firefighters, medics, lawmen, pilots, etc – who are to pose for a calendar to raise money to help fund the development of Harry’s house, a community driven project to honour Harry who was tragically killed whilst trying to help an elderly couple. The project is to develop a safe place for children to go before and after school, a place where they can have support, activities and so much more whenever they need it. This first story tells how the idea of the pin up hotties calendar started and stars Charlie Foster and Logan Tate . . . this one has their siblings as the main characters!

Emily Foster is Charlie’s older twin sister and she’s always been the sensible, rule follower – exactly the opposite of Charlie. When Charlie lets her know that she’s fallen in love and going to be staying in Marietta, Emily just has to secretly go to ensure Charlie isn’t being fooled by a money-grabbing man who is out to use her trust fund, something that’s happened to Emily in the past. When she goes for her first walk in the town a driver goes straight through a puddle, drenching Emily in the muddy water. After this inauspicious start, Em discovers that Charlie seems to be liked and appreciated in the town and everyone seems to say good things about the love of her life, too.
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By Book Gannet TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 31 Mar. 2017
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Unusually for these multi-authored Marietta series, this book picks up right where the last one ended. The author might be different, but many of the characters are the same, as younger brother Lyle from the first book becomes the hero of this one, while Emily (twin to the previous heroine) emerges from the shadows to check up on her sister. You don’t need to have read Taming the Deputy to enjoy this one, but it will help.

Because Lyle is a real charmer. Or he is usually, except Emily seems to bring out the worst in him. It was great to finally get inside Lyle’s head and find out how much of his terrible childhood impacted on him and whether he really is as carefree as he shows the world. Unsurprisingly, there is a lot more to Lyle than that, and it has a big impact on the decisions he makes in this book.

Except for the Lady Gaga moment, which was a great hark back to the Bachelor Bake Off series and a certain bet made in A Spoonful of Sugar. (Speaking of fun things, I really hope that Lyle Tate and his habit of calling women sugar is a deliberate pun on Tate & Lyle, the sugar company. If not, it should be.)

I really liked Emily. She has her own parental issues to deal with, and though they’re not as bad as what Lyle and Logan went through, she’s also handled them a lot better. She’s smart and competent and excellent at picking up the pieces – of her own disastrous relationships, of her sister’s mistakes and even Lyle’s emotional fall out.

I like them together, they have great chemistry, but I do feel a little doubtful that anything could really last between them. They’re very different and don’t have much in common, and the ending felt so rushed that I’m not convinced a long term relationship would work out.
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Book 2 in the Men of Marietta series features Lyle Tate, otherwise known as Mr. July. Lyle is a good guy, all around, and the first to jump aboard when Charlie Foster suggests a First Responder's calendar to raise the additional money needed for Harry's House. The opposite of his brother, he is more carefree and reckless, only serious about his job.
When she finds out that Charlie is happily in love with Lyle's brother, her twin, Emily, heads to Marietta to make sure that Logan isn't after Charlie's money...yes, she has first-hand experience with that. When she finds her concerns for Charlie are unfounded, Emily has to figure out how she feels and where her life is taking her next. When her first encounter with Lyle leaves her covered in mud, and the second leaves her just as irritated, she can't figure out why everyone else thinks he is such a wonderful person. Lyle and Emily are opposites, but soon she figures out there is more to him and influencing his life than other s see. Lyle has spent his life feeling guilty and unworthy of love. Emily grew up with parents who didn't care. Can these two find a way to make a future work?
The story is well-written and the characters are complex. The author has done an excellent job of moving past the superficial into giving the reader real people to care about.
This is a great addition to the series, with a story and characters that work well against the backdrop of the linking story line. It is a part of a series and could be read as a stand-alone, but it would be more fun to read the first in the series and see how everything came together and why.
*I received an advanced copy from the publisher via NetGalley. My opinions are my own and freely given.
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