It’s a good thing these guys are firemen. The sparks flying between them are non-stop!
Grey Hayes loves his job as a fireman, and he considers most of the men at his station to be his family. Mica Cruz is transferring to the station and hoping for a fresh start. As soon as these two meet, they are immediately attracted to each other. But Grey is straight, or at least he thinks he is. As Grey and Mica explore their attraction, and Grey comes to grips with the fact that he’s gay, they must also deal with the threats against Mica.
I enjoyed the beginning of this story, especially several of the sex scenes with Mica’s dirty talk. Mica and Grey are both really nice guys, and they love their jobs. It was great to see them spend time with the other firefighters and get an idea of life in the firehouse. I loved the camaraderie between all of the guys and thought it gave some warmth to the story. There wasn’t really a lot of relationship building or heavy conversations taking place. It seemed like every time there was an opportunity to have a discussion, sex took precedence. The suspense angle allowed for them to spend more time together and move their relationship forward even faster.
If you’re looking for a heavy erotic romance with sexy firemen and a little suspense, this should make for a fun romp.
Originally reviewed for The Romance Reviews. Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.
Grey’s entire life is wrapped around his job as a firefighter. It is all he has ever wanted. That is until his new coworker Mica Cruz saunters through the door with his smoldering dark looks and dimpled grin. Suddenly he finds himself wanting to get to know what Mica looks like out of his gear and between the sheets.
Mica has one rule…keep his work life and his personal life separate. It was easy enough to follow until he meets Grey and finds that his rule can’t stand up to the fire that Grey ignites. There’s one big thing standing in the way of all of his lust filled musings. Grey is straight.
In a profession where being gay is often kept quiet Grey must come to terms with his growing attraction to Mica. How much is he willing to sacrifice? Can they come together before someone’s hatred threatens to destroy them both?