Sunday, October 15, 2017

Random Review: Fate Heats Things Up by Sarah Hadley Brook #Review #Giveaway

Author: Sarah Hadley Brook
Book: Fate Heats Things Up
Publisher: NineStar Press
Cover Artist: Natasha Snow
Publication date: September 18, 2017
Length: 50 pages

Reviewed by Erin


Scott Dwyer meets hot, new fireman Adrian Campbell in an embarrassing incident one evening and can’t stop thinking about him. While bartending at the local hangout for Station 39, he sees Adrian with this colleagues about once a week. He thinks Adrian might be interested in him, too, but every time they find a chance to talk, something gets in their way.

When rash of arson fires begins the same week Adrian starts at the station, the rumors fly about whether or not he is responsible for them.

Things are heating up in town, but will they heat up between the two men as well? Will Fate ever allow them to be together?

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There are times when a short, sexy book hits the spot. If you're looking for something like that, I suggest picking up Fate Heats Things Up by Sarah Hadley Brook. At only 50 pages this is a really quick read, but it's sexy and sweet with a bit of a mystery thrown in just to spice things up. The blurb gives you a really good idea what the book is about.

 Scott Dwyer and Adam Campbell are two guys you just can't help but root for. Charismatic and personable, I liked them both a lot. The short story is told exclusively from Scott's point of view so we don't learn very much about Adam as a person, but it didn't stop me from enjoying him. There is a lot of telling in the book instead of showing and that made it more difficult to connect to the characters. There's lots of insta-lust/love as well, but with so few pages, it would be hard for there to be much build up. All in all there's some flirting, some hot phone sex, an arsonist, and two guys who fate has thrown together. Check the book out, it's a nice way to spend an hour! 


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