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Fireman's Flame (Cade Creek #3) by Stormy…

Fireman's Flame (Cade Creek #3)

by Stormy Glenn

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In this third book of the ‘Cade Creek’ series, Fire Chief Jack Helmond falls for Chester, a man he rescues from a car wreck that is about as bad as they get. A misunderstanding has Jack withdraw, much to Chester’s disappointment, and it takes quite a bit of back and forth before these two men actually communicate and manage to understand each other. Their romance is very sweet, but external forces, like Chester’s ex and fear of commitment, keep pulling them apart. Lucky for them they live in Cade Creek where pretty much anything is possible.

Chester is on the run from his abusive ex-husband and has decided to settle in Cade Creek since he has a friend there. Just when Chester reaches Cade Creek’s city limits, a drunk truck driver barrels into his car, crumpling it badly enough for Chester to be pinned inside with no chance of escape. He cannot believe his luck when the sexiest fireman in history comes to his rescue, but he begins to reconsider when Jack keeps going hot and cold over the next few weeks. To top it all off, his crazy BDSM-obsessed ex-husband follows him and wants him back. And with Jack enthusiastic one day, and pulling back the next, Chester is no longer sure of anything.

Jack has never fallen for one of the people he rescues on the job, but what he feels for Chester is too strong to ignore. Until Jack finds a man calling himself Chester’s husband at the hospital, which makes him withdraw. It takes a while for him to figure out that the husband really is an EX, but his careful attempts at dating lead to more misunderstandings, and everything looks bleak again. Then it all comes to a head, and Jack has to make up his mind once and for all: does he or does he not want to make a life with Chester?

If you like sweet romances hindered by a ton of misunderstandings, if characters on the run being recued by strong, handsome men are your thing, and if you’re looking for a read that is as sweet and hot as it is frustrating until the characters learn to talk to each other, then you will probably like this novella.

NOTE: This book was provided by Siren Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.
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