[Epub] ↠ Controlled Burn (Boston Fire, #2) Author Shannon Stacey – Writerscompany.co.uk

Controlled Burn (Boston Fire, #2) Rick Gullotti Lives The Good Life He Fights Fires, Dates Beautiful Women Though None Long Enough So They Cast Wistful Glances At Jewelry Stores And Has Great Friends And Thanks To Helping Out The Elderly Couple Who Own His Building, His Rent Is Low But When Concerns About Their Health Lead Him To Contact Their Only Son, His Life Starts Getting Away From Him.Jessica Broussard Has No Interest In Leaving Sunny San Diego Or Her Cushy Corner Office For Boston, But Her Father Who Happens To Be Her Boss Dispatches Her To Deal With The Grandparents She S Never Met She S Unprepared For The Frigid Winter, Loving Relatives Who Aren T The Monsters She S Been Led To Believe, And The Hot, Scruffy Firefighter Who Lives Upstairs.At First, Jessica Is Determined To Get Back To Her Comfortable Life As Quickly As Possible All She Has To Do Is Talk Her Grandparents Into Selling Their Monstrosity Of A House And Moving To A Retirement Community But She Underestimates Rick S Dedication And His Considerable Charm Nobody S Taking Advantage Of His Friends On His Watch, Even If That Makes The Tempting Southern California Girl With The Long Legs His Adversary Unfortunately For Them Both, The Only Thing Urgent Than The Matter At Hand Is Their Sizzling Chemistry, And It S Quickly Becoming Too Strong To Resist.

10 thoughts on “Controlled Burn (Boston Fire, #2)

  1. says:

    4 Yummy Firefighter Stars It s still a bad idea, he said, his voice low I agree She stepped into the curve of his arm So after you kiss me, we should make another agreement about how we won t do it again Rick and JessicaWow it is so nice to read a sweet, low drama, light hearted read Lately

  2. says:

    Jessica Brussard has never met her paternal grandparents they don t even know she exists because of her father s estrangement with his family When she learns there might be a medical emergency involving her grandfather and her own father is unavailable, Jessica uses the opportunity to go meet them and

  3. says:

    Controlled Burn is the second installment in Shannon Stacey s adult contemporary fireman romance series titled Boston Fire I didn t love the first book and was uncertain about continuing the series but the opportunity presented itself to read Controlled Burn so I thought what the hell I ended up really liking i

  4. says:

    2.5 It s not that I didn t like it it was just kinda meh.It was a nice, easy story I skimmed a bit and, as usual, I thought it was a bit too long longer than it should have been anyway Frankly, if not for the ending, I would have given it 3 stars But gah, the fact that I could guess almost word for word actually the last

  5. says:

    3.5 stars I liked The H H I loved everything about them Their characters , how they got together and how they handled their situation The grandparents I always enjoy reading books featuring adoring grandparents These two were 2 of the best.The humor and cuteness I think I was either laughing or smiling the whole time I read this I

  6. says:

    ARC Review Heat Exchange, the latest book in the Boston Fire series, is a nice contemporary romance featuring a Boston fire fighter and a smart, savvy business woman from California Jessica Broussard did not know she had grandparents Her father has been alienated from his parents for many years and has refused to speak of them By accident,

  7. says:

    4 some like it firefighter hot stars The novel is a finding family, finding your voice, and finding love story which translates into a feel good story East Coast firefighter Rick and West Coast financial executive Jessica get a lesson in expecting the unexpected The story is easy to like, easy to read, and even easier to finish Jessica Broussard grew

  8. says:

    Nice but what s with the ending, feels like things were left in the middle of nowhere.Full review I m a fan of Ms Stacey s Kowalski family series sweet, sexy romances with great side characters and family friends atmosphere.I was excited to try her new series and while this book was nice, it didn t wowed me I expected a lotof the story and felt disappointed in

  9. says:

    I just love firemen, probably because of the uniform , which is why I really wanted to like this book, but the beginning and end just didn t work for me. I just didn t like Jessica in the beginning, she was too cold, too unfeeling to understand But then by the middle of the book she changed for the better, and I liked how she was with her grandparents and with Rick, and

  10. says:

    This was a very sweet and well written story, the characters are nicely developed without any frustrating traits but1 The story is actually boring, nothing really happens that pulls you into their lives We follow them page after page in the daily minutia of cell phones, cooking, eating, watching the news, etc There is the long distance aspect of a relationship as she s from San D

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