Captain Jarek Zenko, a war veteran and firefighter, meets Lacey Roth at a bar one night. They don’t share their real identities, even when they retreat to a hotel. When they meet two months later, he discovers she’s a renown psychiatrist and she finds out he’s a firefighter. Their relationship can’t go anywhere, even if the attraction is still there. But fate has other ideas.
All Fired Up
A*R*C for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars
All Fired Uo is book 1 in the new Brothers of Fire series by Kathryn Shay and a great start…
Jared and Lacey have a one night stand with no names and a few months later they come face to face again with sparks and passion galore but what happens when only one person opens up their heart fully while the other is keeping secrets…read on to see where it all goes
Passion, heart break in the past, trust, dealing with loss, quick read that pulls you in…
All Fired Up
I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
What a fantastic way to start a new series. I adore all of this author's work BUT her firefighters are something extra special.
I adored Jarek and Lacey. Jarek is a Polish firefighter. His family is adorable, down-to-earth and lovable (well except for one brother and his wife! Just my opinion.) Lacey is a polished child psychiatrist. She comes from money but that doesn't mean much to her.
Can these two totally opposites comes together and make a future together? Will secrets keep them apart? Can a dangerous situation be the thing to end these two? Well you will have to read for yourself!!
This is written in a dual POV format. That is a favorite of mine. Getting that glimpse into the both of the main characters' thoughts really help me to better understand and connect to them.
I felt like I was watching a movie while reading this novel. The plot just flowed so smoothly. I was really sorry to see the book end but now I can't wait for the next one in the series. I hope all of the men that make up the Brothers of Fire get a book!!!!
This is a slightly sexy read. There are no over the top graphic details so you could just skip over those.
Katherine Shaw is writing about firefighters again. This time it’s male captains. One of the men has decided that they all need what the women have…..a group of compatriots who face the same challenges and need to vent and communicate their problems (and victories) with each other.
Jarek meets a woman at a bikers bar and has a one nite tryst with her without names and numbers being exchanged. A few weeks later he finds himself running into her again during a hospital emergency. He asks for her number but she refuses to give it to him. They run into each other again and this time they do connect. Love blossoms between them until Jareks reticence to face and deal with the loss of his younger brother in Afghanistan causes Lacey to stop seeing him.
This is a great book and I look forward to reading the stories of the other men.
Shay has once again written a wonderful book!