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Wild Heat by Bella Andre
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May 06, 2015

it was ok
bookshelves: 2012-books
Read from July 06 to 08, 2012

While WILD HEAT was good, it just never hit the spot for me. It just seemed the story dragged on in the three days it takes place. The spark of attraction was there, but for some reason it just didn’t heat up as quick as I would have liked.

6 months ago, Maya Jackson sought a bar to take the edge of her grief away after losing her brother. After heated kisses and some second base action, she runs from the bar. That is a big misconception the book gives you. It makes it sound like they slept together when they didn’t.

Now Maya’s a fierce fire investigator still trying to find her brother’s killer. It’s hard being back in her brother’s town that he loved so much and seeing other firefighters. When she goes to suspend her prime suspect of the huge forest fires that are being deliberately set, she’s shocked when he’s the guy from the bar, Logan Cain.

Logan and the town is shocked back the accusation. But when anonymous tips claiming Logan near the site, Maya’s hands are tied.

Despite her gut saying he’s innocent; Maya suspends Logan and learns some incriminating facts from his rough childhood, but as they both irritate and watch the other, she begins to see his devotion to his fire station and his strength.

When they both become targets, Logan can’t fight his attraction and parks himself at her side. Through saving each other lives, they finally find acceptance in each other’s arms. Logan’s quick to accept that Maya’s the one for him, but with her recently losing both her father and brother to firefighter causes, she’s fighting her love for Logan in fear.

The killer sneaks up on them both and when she comes upon Maya by herself, she nearly takes her life before Logan gets there to save her.

Through days of Logan and his team finally getting control of the fire and Maya finishing her report, she’s finally made some choices and realizations.

On the beach together, she finally voices her love for him that they both knew she felt. Together they talk through both their fears that they have, but realize life is about living. With a bright future together, Logan pops the question.
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07/06/2012 page 52
15.0% "Hardly got any reading in today. Hoping the plot picks up soon."
07/07/2012 page 162
48.0% "Trudging my way through. Hasn't hooked me yet."
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