Fully Ignited (Boston Fire #3)
Scott is looking for a wife. It's ...more
* May have mild Spoilers and sexy firefighter gifs*
Fully Ignited the 3rd book in the Boston Fire series was a wonderful read. I loved the book before this one Controlled Burn, but I loved this one more. This was a nice laid back read. No crazy over the top drama to tie my gut in knots. Just me relaxing and enjoying Scott and Jamie's love story.
Scott was yummy, hot tempered, and a bit of a reformed playboy. He use to date a lot but he wanted to have the real deal marriage, lov ...more
Firefighter Jamie Rutherford temporarily assumes the role of lieutenant for Engine 39 when their permanent leader, Danny Walsh, is seriously injured in a fire. She's one of the few women firefighters, let alone one in a command role. Scott Kincaid recently decided to stop being a serial dater because he's ready to settle down and is waiting for "the one." When Jamie first walks through the door, he's stung but she can't risk her career by getting involved with ...more
He grinned and slipped his hands under the hem of her sweatshirt, pushing it up until his hands were at her waist. “I love this legging things. They make your legs look wicked long, and the elastic waist is nice, too.
As he said it, he dipped a finger under the waistband and she shuddered as his knuckle tickled her skin. But then she grasped his jaw with her fingers, tilting his face up until he met her ...more
“You just smiling at me can make my whole fucking day.” He pushed her hair away from her face, his gaze suddenly serious and intense. “There is no chance anything about you will disappoint me.”
I absolutely loved this book!
Scott Kincaid is a sixth-generation Boston Fire fireman. He’s knows as a ladies man, but he’s tired of being single and seeing all his friends fall in love. So now he is looking for a wife, but falling for their newest temporary lieutenant is definitely not what he had plan...more
Fully Ignited was hot, tender, a bit complicated and very sweet.
One of the things I loved the most in Fully Ignited was the innuendos made with food... And I got at least two great quotes for future Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts posts thanks to the sexiness of those. Both Jamie and Scott were great characters to follow in their adventures as firefighters, and it was refreshing to see a female LT, who was strong, confident and ...more
Scott is a legacy firefighter. Having watched his best friend fall in love with his sister and one of his supervisors take the plunge, he is feeling the void in ...more
Oops it's been a month and I still haven't written the review. I remember it very well and I know I enjoyed it very much but unfortunately RL has gotten in my way and the part of brain that suppose to work when you write a review is out of order!
I guess just saying I remember all the details and all the hot stuff from the book after a month is a great recommendation. Just know the book itself was as yummy and hot as the fire fighter on the cover ;)
**from netgalley in exchange ...more
I'm not going to lie Shannon Stacey has impressed the hell out of me with her Boston Fire series, each book in it has been engrossing and sexy but they've also packed in a whole lot of emotion without having too much angst and most of all the couples handle their problems respectfully and like the adults they are. Fully Ignited features an older woman and a younger man, she's also his temporary lieutenant, yet this author proved you can write ...more
Scott and I have to say this might be my favorite one yet!
Scott is expecting to the firefighter who is taking over for his brother in law to be a man but when Jamie walks in the fire house he is attracted to her right away. Jamie knows how the guys can be so she has a rule about never mixing business with pleasure but there is something about Scott that has her throwing her rules out the window.
I really ...more
Listen February 2016
When Jamie Rutherford takes a temporary assignment as lieutenant of Boston Fire's Engine 59, she doesn't anticipate any problems. She's been in the fire service for a long time and, even though she's fairly new to Boston, she knows how to make any firehouse her home. What she's not prepared for is her reaction to firefighter Scott Kincaid.
Scott is looking for a wife. It's been a fun ride as a single guy, but he's tired ...more
Fully Ignited may be my favorite book of the Boston Fire series. This third book of the series has everything that a good contemporary romance needs. We have the sexy, yet approachable hero, the sassy and strong heroine and just the right amount of tension to keep you interested, but not enough to make you want to lock both characters in a room until they can get their acts together. Let's not forget the sexy firefighter. In this case both of our characters just happen t ...more
Scott Kincaid played hard for a lot of years, but after a reality check in the form of gold digging woman after him just for his benefits and threatening to trap him in order to get what she wanted, he decided it was time to slow down and take a break from the dating scene. Watching his friends and family find their happy-ever-afters is starting to wear on him a bit too, and ...more
Jamie came across as very career oriented and career conscious. She was hard to relate to, because she put her career and the appearances surrounding it above everything else, even romance. She didn't want anything to upset that apple cart, so she allowed love to ...more
About the book: Release Date February 23, 2016
When Jamie Rutherford takes a temporary assignment as lieutenant of Boston Fire’s Engine 59, she doesn’t anticipate any problems. She’s been in the fire service for a long time and, even though she’s fairly new to Boston, she knows how to make any firehouse her home. What she’s not prepared for is her reaction to firefighter Scott Kincaid.
Scott is looking for a wife. It’s been a fun ride as a single guy, but he’s tired of being the third whe ...more
Sadly, this one wasn’t really fully ignited for me. While I love Shannon Stacey’s writing, every so often, I come across a dud where I haven’t enjoyed it but others have.
I didn’t really ‘feel’ either Jamie or Scott and when I can’t really get into their characters, the book suffers from it. There wasn’t anything wrong with them exactly and I fully understand the next reader totally get them. As judging by the number of much higher grades here, in fact, it looks like they do.
This book was a fun, sexy, sweet 4 star read. I loved all the different relationships in this book so much. It was nice to be able to get into the firefighting world a little more. I also really liked that Jaime was the superior and they way that they handled their relationship in a mature and drama free way. This book is my favorite so far in the series.
We get to learn more about Scott in this book. From th ...more
I cannot stress enough how much I love this series! Every book the firefighting stuff reminds me of one of my favorite TV shows: Chicago Fire.
FULLY IGNITED tells the story of the third Kincaid sibling: Scott, a ladies man with a temper and I really liked him. There were moments when his loneliness and his yearning for love made me want to hug him and hold him and tell him it was going to be okay.
His heroine is Jamie, a woman in a man's world and holding her own splendidly. Jamie is ol ...more
I love these books after reading something heavy. Shannon Stacey does a great job of developing character, setting and plot. Even though this is Book #3 in the series, I didn't feel like I was out of the loop.
The Kincaid's of Boston are a firefighting family. It's in their blood. Jamie Rutherford arrives to serve as interim Lieutenant while the regular guy is recovering from a job related injury. Scott Kincaid had stopped dating. He w ...more
I enjoyed Fully Ignited.
The storyline was entertaining, the characters were fun, passionate, likable and very relatable.
Loved watching the relationship between Jamie & Scott develop, they were so good together. They had great a strong connection and their chemistry was hot!
The Boston Fire series has been a great read, each book can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend them all =)
Thank you to Carina Press for the advance copy.