by: Lynne Silver
Series: Alpha Heroes
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 14, 2015
Publisher: Forever Yours (Grand Central Publishing)
ONE SPARK IS ALL IT TAKES
Everyone in Washington, DC, knows that when the heat is on, you call Valerie Wainright. This brilliant, brassy PR maven can spin any hot scandal, and she's never let a client ruffle her feathers. Yet when she agrees to teach DC's bravest how to handle a media frenzy, she faces an entirely different kind of fire. Keeping things all business and no pleasure is far harder than she expected.
After steamy photos ignite the Internet, firefighter Jason Moore instantly goes from hero to bad boy. While he couldn't care less about an online rep, he cares a lot about his job and saving lives. If Valerie can help clear his name, he'll do what she says-even if it means forcing himself to keep his hands off her. But beneath Valerie's cool cover, Jason feels a smoldering desire that lights his own. And this is one inferno he'll definitely want to stoke...
Hot Nights with the Fireman is the first book in Lynn Silver’s Alpha Heroes Series. Judging by the cover, I didn’t expect it to have much depth. I was pleasantly surprised. It’s the story of PR Specialist Valerie Wainwright and firefighter Jason Moore. When she was a child, Valerie’s legs were badly burned in a fire where she also lost her mom. Now, Valerie is ashamed of her legs and has anxiety about all things related to fires, especially firefighters. Unfortunately for her, she is assigned the task of cleaning up the image of the firefighters at the local fire station because some of them were photographed half naked with some sorority girls. Of course, Valerie goes into this assignment with pre-conceived notions of the firefighters and soon finds out that she is way off base. Except for the fact that he is poster boy hot, Jason is nothing she expected to find in a firefighter. He’s nice, dedicated, and caring.
Valerie decides to allow herself to have a fling with Jason but he only agrees knowing that he can convince her that they can actually be a couple. The main conflict of the story has everything to do with Valerie’s self-image and how she struggles to deal with her appearance and the anxiety that she has held onto for twenty years. To Jason’s credit, he goes above and beyond to be a gentleman and opens up his heart to her. When they get between the sheets, Valerie realizes how much she has been missing over the last few years. Their lovemaking is scorching hot and they can’t get enough of each other. Outside of the bedroom, they find that they are also good for each other’s careers. All in all, they were made for each other even if one of them has a hard time admitting it.
After reading Hot Nights with the Fireman, I may have to consider the next book in the series.
**Received a copy from Forever Yours and voluntary reviewed.**
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