Burning for This: A Firefighter Romance (Burning for the Bravest, Book 2) Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
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She's dated her fair share of New York City firemen, but after having been burned one too many times, she swore she'd never date another one. Enter Jesse Hogan—tempting her to bend her rules for one night. He was just a volunteer fireman, that had to be a loophole, right? Wrong. He was also a lieutenant in the FDNY. A fireman twice over. So she told herself to forget about that feeling in her chest (and that mind-blowing orgasm) and move on before he bulldozed her heart. Easy, right? Wrong.
One nighters were his specialty. After meeting Lana though, he was left wanting more. Except she refused to date him. But he was determined to wear her down. His "let's be friends" routine seemed to be working. Great, right? Wrong. He discovered something that threatened to not only destroy his chances with the only woman to ever make him want to settle down, but also send his career up in smoke. He could keep that secret from getting out though, right? Wrong.
Contains mature themes.
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Détails sur le produit
|Durée||9 heures et 26 minutes|
|Narrateur||Jo Raylan, Nelson Hobbs|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||31 janvier 2023|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
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I was sucked into this book from page 1. Jesse, introduced in Burning for More (his brother Dylan's story), is trying to get out from his brothers' shadows and prove he can excel without the help of his brothers' titles. A former player, he can't explain instantly being drawn to Lana. Lana comes from a firefighting family and has always dated firemen - and she's been burned (pun intended!) too many times. She has a history and after her last heartbreak, promised her dad she was done with firemen. Enter Jesse. These 2 are drawn to each other. You can feel her emotion and conflict as she struggles with her feelings. There was a portion of the book where I get frustrated with Lana and the way she was treating Jesse, but I also understood her past played a part in her behavior. When Jesse and Lana finally get together, it is HOT!
"I knew I was playing with fire. I just hoped I didn't get burned this time."
The special gift Jesse gives Lana towards the end of the book - SWOON!
Author Kaye Kennedy delivers another wonderful story. After reading Burning for More, I was looking forward to this book and it didn't disappoint. I LOVE the Hogan family and their unique personalities - it was interesting to get a little more insight into each of the brothers. Looking forward to Ryan's story after that intriguing epilogue!
I will leave with one of my favorite quotes from the book:
"They remind us to find balance between our inner and outer worlds, and not to fight the current, but to move with it. They also represent personal strength and encourage us to use it with conviction."
This was one of my favorite quotes from the book:
"I didn’t quite understand what was happening between Zoe and me, but I knew that, whatever it was, it was worth pursuing. She was a part of my life and no matter what, she always would be. Because I was going to fight for her. One day, I’d give Zoe the happily ever after she deserved." - Ryan
Once again, loved the glimpses of the Hogan family and loved how they accepted Zoe with open arms. I really love how Kaye develops these stories! Even though each book focuses on a different hero/heroine, it still feels like you're watching/reading a family saga because the stories just flow together and there's no real time lapses! I've only read three of the books so far but I love how Kaye's epilogues don't start at the beginning of the next book. Most of the epilogues in a series start off from the very beginning of the next book but Kaye builds the anticipation by making you wait for the scene in the epilogue!
The H and h both behave as if they are barely out of high school. Super disappointing. The plot is also quite YA, as it's about her bizarre issues around dating firemen.
I think Kaye Kennedy is a terrific writer, and has tons of potential. I just wish her characters were more mature and less YA.