I am going to be re-posting some of my older blogs from when I began blogging with some edits and new comments.
Readers should be 18+
Seven years is supposed to change the way you feel.
Sophie’s not supposed to still dream about the way Liam touched her or the way they moved together. When she heads back to Naugatuck Island, she assumes Liam doesn’t even live there any more. Whatever he once felt, it has to have grown cold by now.
But Liam’s a firefighter. He knows better than anyone, never underestimate the power of a blaze. Those embers may appear cold, but nothing is ever as it seems.
Those embers? They’re just waiting to burst into flames.
My Review: 4 stars
This was a very sexy, intense read.
You have Sophie, a “retired” ballerina who has come back home to Naugatuck to try and start her new life.
You have Liam, a firefighter with a dark secret.
Sophie and Liam have a past. They dated when they were younger and it ended on rough terms. Liam and Sophie’s brother were in an accident together that severely injured her brother.
Now that Sophie is back in town, will they be able to avoid each other? (The answer is no)
Sophie and Liam play this back and forth game but will Sophie be able to handle the dark side of Liam? Will Liam push Sophie to far? Will he push her into the arms of another man?
This was a really good read. I enjoyed the back and forth between Liam and Sophie. I like how this wasn’t an insta-love story. I can tell Callie really put her heart into this.
About the Author
Callie Harper writes hot, fun, page-turning romances. She is powered by coffee, wickedly sexy bad boys, and all things funny, intentional or otherwise. Born on the East Coast where she learned the joys of fast-paced sarcastic banter, she and her family are now kickin’ it in the West Coast sunshine. On any given day there’s a good chance you’ll find Callie outdoors enjoying the gorgeous Bay Area, but if she’s indoors she’ll likely be reading, writing or eating, preferably all at once.
She is the author of the Beg For It series and the All In series, both of which feature standalones with crossover characters.