Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Review: Fire by Abby Blake

Fire by Abby Blake

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Jack and Reece have known Christina since high school, but she's never shown a preference for one or the other. Unwilling to risk destroying their lifelong friendship, neither man has confessed his feelings for her.

Christina is the girl no one notices. At least that's what she thinks. She's in love with Reece and Jack, but they treat her only as a friend. Besides, apart from the fact that neither has romantic notions, she'd never be able to choose between them if they did.

But a devastating bushfire and the tragic loss of their homes and many neighbors' highlights how precious life is and how important it is to grasp the happiness you want. The relationship that grows is one none of them had previously thought possible, but will it survive the condemnation of more conservative social conventions?

Monica's Review

Any type of disaster will bring out a community and unite them together, but there were three friends that had hidden feelings for each other and are about to explore them. I have to say that there are times that something as painful as losing everything or the thought of losing a beloved one brings forth true desires and feelings.

This story starts off with a horrific firestorm in which a community is being ravished. Only one can imagine the amount of sadness everyone is going through seeing how their personal belongings are being burned into ash but no matter what, natural instincts kick in. It is a relief when Jack and Reese come to the rescue of Christina when she finally realizes that she is in danger from the fire. I really think that after having two strong men, friends willing to stick by her side no matter what are worth keeping. I enjoyed that no matter what the community might think about her new found relationship with these two men, Christina is not embarrassed or easily influenced in what people will say about her new found relationship.

I enjoyed how the two men were able to extract the kids that they found at the football field, they enjoyed playing with them and making them laugh and have fun during this tragic event. Jack and Reese are so attentive with Christina’s needs and make sure that she gets the medical attention she needs before they are examined. The feelings that they have for each other are so passionate and sensual that they deserve to be happy but will they find their homes burned to ashes and nowhere to go?

This is a very hot and steamy book, but there is also a sense of how a community comes together. The romance that these three wonderful characters have is amazing from the start. The ending of this story is the best part and they truly had a happily ever after that I would have not even have guessed. I recommend you to read, Fire by Abby Blake, and see where it leads.

4 Tea Cups!

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