Posts Tagged ‘steamy’

Hannah is a workaholic. She has virtually no life outside of work, but then she doesn’t trust her instincts when it comes to men thanks to her last, disastrous relationship. Her family doesn’t really appreciate the complexities of her job and she never really feels like she measures up for them.

Mason is a firefighter and is captivated by Hannah after a chance meeting. When she walks away from him, he is determined to find her and get to know her better.

This is a lovely romance and oh boy, if you like steam, this book has plenty! There is plenty else to keep you interested though. There is a little suspense thrown in that will keep you guessing a while along with a few other characters varying from the sleazy to the quirky. Mason’s family….5 brothers….hooked me in too.

I loved the whole book from start to finish. I loved the main characters, who were warm and while Mason was quite straightforward, Hannah was quite complex. It made for a good mix. The steam….well yeah, that was pretty darn hot.

As a hot romance, this worked super well, so if this is your genre, this one is absolutely sigh worthy. I definitely recommend it…but find a quiet place where you can read undisturbed.





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Erica Teague is an accountant, set up by her ex to take the fall for his embezzlement. When she meets Lachlan, the chemistry between them is mindblowing and she is almost unable to resist his charms. But Lachlan has secrets of his own.

I don’t read a lot of erotic romance because I tend to find them a tad ‘same old, same old’. (That said, I’m confused between erotic and steamy….are they the same? Maybe…..maybe not.) This one however, grabbed my interest. (Perhaps it was the kilt.) There was a decent plot and the characters were well developed and easily likeable.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The erotic scenes were well written and respectful, and to be honest – pretty darn hot. I think keeping Erika and Lachlan’s own stories fairly simple gave strength to the plot and made their romance far more believable.

There is plenty of steamy sex and a fair helping of mystery. I loved the characters – tortured, yet not weak – and there was enough humour to lighten things up where needed. Lachlan was indeed a hot Scot and I loved the whole Scottish element.

All in all, this was a hot read with a good storyline. Will I read the others in the series? You betcha!



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Rachel is divorced, works long hours at the salon she is part owner of and is not prepared when she meets the man who rejected her as a girl fourteen years before.
Joe is delighted when he runs into Rachel, but she turns and walks away after a quick greeting. Can they rekindle their feelings of the past? Should they even try?

I love a good romance, steamy or not, and this one sparkles with humour and wonderful characters. I was hooked from the first page. If you want a feel good read with a generous amout amount of steam, this is definitely one that fills the bill. You’ll laugh a lot, sigh, and generally just love it. Highly recommended.

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