SPARKING THE FIRE
A HOT IN CHICAGO NOVEL
September 27, 2016
Wyatt Fox, resident daredevil at Engine Company 6, needs a low key job to keep him busy while he recovers from his latest rescue stunt. Consulting on a local movie shoot should add just enough spark to his day. But then in struts Molly Cade: the woman who worked his heart over good, and then left him in the Windy City dust.
BUT WILL A NEW SHOT AT LOVE LEAVE HER BURNED?
Actor Molly Cade, America’s fallen sweetheart, finally has her shot at a Hollywood comeback with a dramatic new role as a tough-as-nails firefighter that promises to propel her back into the big time. And she’s not going to let anything stand in her way—even a certain brooding, blue-eyed firefighter she’s never quite been able to forget…Their story is straight out of a script: irrepressible, spunky heroine meets taciturn, smoldering hero. But these two refuse to be typecast, and when the embers of an old love are stoked, someone is bound to get burned…
It's hard to say good-bye to a family that you've come to love and that's certainly the case with Meader's fire-fighting Dempsey foster siblings. These five stories (3 books - 2 novellas) have been some of my favorite contemporary romances of the past few years and Wyatt's story takes them out on a high. Sizzling with passion, Wyatt and Molly's journey to love also delves deeply into emotions previously held in check as these two (especially Wyatt) learn to open their hearts to love, trust, and the vulnerability that comes with accepting someone - lover or family - into your life without reservation. Sparking the Fire can be read on it's own but I won't be surprised if, by the time you turn the final page, you're so intrigued by the other Dempsey siblings that you immediately buy their books as well. You can't go wrong with any of them!
Are you reading Kate Meader's Hot in Chicago series? Do you have a favorite couple?
What is it about firefighters that make them so popular among romance readers?
Do you have to read a series in order or do you just jump in with the newest book?
One randomly chosen person who leaves a comment on today's post will receive the first two books in the Hot in Chicago series, Flirting with Fire and Playing with Fire.
Deadline to be entered in giveaway is 11:00 PM, October 5th.
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Kate Meader was raised on romance. An Irish girl, she started with Catherine Cookson and Jilly Cooper novels, and spiced it up with some Mills & Boon. Now based in Chicago, she writes romances of her own, where sexy contemporary alpha heroes and strong heroines match each other quip for quip. When not immersed in tales of brooding mill owners, oversexed equestrians, and men who can rock an apron or a fire hose, Kate lives on the web at katemeader.com.
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I have not read these before, so I do not have a favorite couple, but this book does sound good. Thanks!ReplyDelete
I've enjoyed all of the stories in Meader's Hot in Chicago series. She's become one of my favorite contemporary romance authors!Delete
I do not have to read them in order. Maybe they make such good romance heroes because they do dangerous and good work.ReplyDelete
haven't read this series, but it's usually not a problem to pick up a book in a series and not be lost. I think firemen represent heroes, strength, character, men who are working hard, and some of them make those sexy calendars.ReplyDelete
I recently read the first two books in the series and enjoyed them very much - looking forward to the third!ReplyDelete
I haven't read this series, so no favorite couple. I do like to read about hot fire fighters. I have added them to my wish list.ReplyDelete
I haven't Kate Meader's Hot in Chicago series yet, but I am now adding the series to my TBR list. I love firefighter heroes! I like series that can be read as standalones, so that they don't have to be read in order. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete