Today I welcome the fabulous Inez Kelley to my little World of Romance. She has some hot stuff to say about firefighters. The hero of LIPSTICK ON HIS COLLAR (my review of it will be up some time this weekend) used to be a firefighter and let me tell you..reading LOHC only stoked up my fire and I think I need a certain ex-firefighter to come douse it…
Firefighters are… well, HOT! The mystique surrounding this most manly of professions is easy to understand. It’s a dangerous job with noble roots. They save lives, at risk to their own. They are always there when you need them and hello, you need muscles to be carting those damsels in distress down those long ladders. What’s not to love?
Well, they get dirty a lot. And smoke gets into everything and it stinks. And having your lover roll out of bed at a pager beep —no matter what you are doing— is kind of a bummer. Plus, it’s a dangerous job. You hope they stay safe and come home but nothing is assured.
So there is good and bad in loving a firefighter. But they are oh so yummy to look at.
In Lipstick on His Collar, Bram Winters is a former firefighter. He turned his experience behind a nozzle into profit as a 911 Communications Specialist. Still, the flicker of a red light, the beeped tones from a pager, the cry of a siren speeds his blood to pumping. His senses go on red-alert, poised for action.
Action just happened to be wearing a red dress. And when Bram plays with fire, somebody is getting burned. Burn, baby, burn…
The biggest fires, the ones that burn the hottest and the longest, have the most potential for a rekindle. One hidden spark can start the blaze all over again. Bram found his spark. It just took five months, a few hundred miles and a bit of sexy scissor play to set her free.
He found her hot and left her wet. And really, would you complain? I wouldn’t.
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