Title: Under Fire
Author: Aria Cole
Publication: March 12th 2017
Blaise Michaels has never met a fire he couldn’t tame–or a woman who could cause a five-alarm blaze in his heart. But the night he meets Brianna Foster is a night that will leave permanent marks on them both.
Brianna Foster wasn’t looking for love–in fact, all she was looking for was her grumpy old cat before the building dissolved into ash around them. But when tall, dark, and heroic bursts through her apartment door to save her–and her kitty–from the flames, she never dreams he would light a fire that could incinerate her soul.
Warning: Blaise is a big, growly, alpha male with a hero complex. Saving Brianna isn’t enough for him. He wants more than just in her bed. He wants her tied to him for life.
MY RATING: 4.5/5 STARS
This is a new segment on my blog called “Flash Reviews.” I will be providing short reviews to short books, giving my thoughts on characters and plot.
OKAY SO BASICALLY. I AM SO HAPPY TO READ THIS ONE BECAUSE I AM A SUCKER FOR FIREFIGHTERS. LIKE. IF THERE WAS A KINK FOR FIREFIGHTERS, I PROBABLY HAVE THAT KINK.
Anyways, let’s move to the review. Aria Cole is one of my favourite writers on Amazon who write short stories under 100 pages that are filled with romance, hot sex, and male characters that are dominating and strong. So what I really expected was simple.
Instalove, sex, and a MAN who can do the deed. And that’s all we got here. We have Blasie who is a chief in the local fire department who rescues Brianna after her apartment catches on fire. Everyone already safely evacuated but she’s still in her room because she refuses to leave without her angry little fur ball, also known as her cat.
What happens next is that Brianna moves in with Blasie because OBVIOUSLY Brianna has no where else to go and through that, they develop their sexual relationship. It was mighty thrilling to read guys. I love it when “there’s no other choice” but to move into my house and they’re just thrown into this unbelievable circumstance.
Because really, I’m that kind of reader. It’s so trashy and I loved every page of it.
Would I recommend it?
HECK YEAH! PICK IT UP IF YOU WANT SOME SPICE IN YOUR LIFE.