Review: Hot Shots by Anne Marsh, Lynn LaFleur and Stacey Kennedy

October 16, 2014 Review 1

Review: Hot Shots by Anne Marsh, Lynn LaFleur and Stacey Kennedy

Sexy as sin and hot as hell, these firefighters smolder with passion and burn with desire. . .

"Fired Up" by Anne Marsh

Hannah Green watches for wildfires from an isolated fire tower in Sequoia National Park by day and radios Cajun firefighter Cole Henry at night to share carnal fantasies hot enough to start a forest fire. . .

"Sizzle" by Lynn LaFleur

When photojournalist Maysen Halliday arrives in Lanville to take calendar pictures of the sexiest firefighters in Texas, red hot Fire Chief Clay Spencer makes her want him for her own personal centerfold...

"Five-Alarm Masquerade" by Stacey Kennedy

With her home destroyed in a fire, Abby has only the muscular arms of a rock hard firefighter to hold her up and the dream of blazing hot nights of pure erotic pleasure to keep her going. . .

This book contains adult content

Title: Hot Shots
Author: Anne Marsh, Lynn LaFleur, Stacey Kennedy
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Taste of Bliss, Eternally Devoted, Takedown , Werewolves Be Damned, Claimed
Published by Aphrodisia
Source: Author
Published: February 25, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 304
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: five-stars
Flames: four-flames
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A trio of authors, Anne Marsh, Lynn LaFleur, and Stacey Kennedy, has written a scorching hot anthology filled with sexy firefighters in Hot Shots.

“Fired Up” by Anne Marsh

Hannah Green enjoys the solitude of her watchtower, where she spots fires for the Big Bear Rogues. She also loves anonymously exploring her sexual fantasies with Cole Henry each night over her radio. Their initial radio encounter is smoking hot. After a lighting strike knocks out Hannah’s radio, Cole takes it upon himself to bring her a new one. But, what will the chemistry be like when they meet in person? Hot, hot, hot. Hannah takes a chance with Cole and further explores her fantasies with him, which I loved about her character. Cole’s dominant and protective nature makes him an intriguing leading man—especially when he realizes that Hannah is the one.

“Sizzle” by Lynn LaFleur

Maysen Halliday heads to Lanville to interview and photograph volunteer firefighters for a magazine article and a calendar. Maysen doesn’t plan to fall for the sexy fire chief, Clayton Spencer. Unfortunately, Clay is not interested in being part of the calendar at all, and he does his level best to be unavailable to Maysen. Undeterred, Maysen single-mindedly goes after what she wants, which I adored about her. Cornering Clayton at his house, Maysen gives him a piece of her mind. Their sexual chemistry sizzles, and their bedroom play burns up the pages. Not wanting a long distance relationship, Clay breaks up with Maysen. Will Maysen take Clay’s decision lying down? Of course not! True to her character, Maysen goes after her man, making me cheer.

“Five-Alarm Masquerade” by Stacey Kennedy

Abby Hill just lost her most precious possession in a fire, pictures of her deceased family, but she is comforted by Gavin Morgan, a firefighter on the scene. Their attraction is instantaneous. Abby is sugar and spice. On the outside, Abby is a bit reserved but underneath is a girl that likes to rock sexy lingerie. After their initial encounter, Gavin can’t get Abby out of his head and invites her to a sexy masquerade party. Abby takes a step outside of her comfort zone to attend such a party, which endeared her character to me. Gavin comes off as a bit too arrogant, which made me unsure about his character. The sexual attraction between them is electric, and their bedroom play is sexy and blazing hot. Gavin did finally win me over with his heartfelt gift to Abby, which melted my heart.

I have been a fan of Stacey Kennedy for a while now, and she was the reason I was attracted to Hot Shots in the first place. Anthologies are a great way to be introduced to new authors, and Ann March and Lynn LeFleur don’t disappoint. I certainly plan on reading books from their backlists.

If you are looking for a book to heat up your nights, look no further than Hot Shots!

 

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One Response to “Review: Hot Shots by Anne Marsh, Lynn LaFleur and Stacey Kennedy”

  1. s0ph1ar0s3

    I like Stacey Kennedy’s books too and I have only read a short story by Anne Marsh. This antho sounds good. Thanks for sharing!