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In the Heat of the Night by Susanne Bellamy
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really liked it

This is a fast paced story, with a fabulous feisty Greek heroine, who knows how to keep a hero on his toes and that would be the local fire captain. I thoroughly enjoyed this story a lovely journey to a beautiful HEA that had me smiling and I hope that you will too.

Fire captain Kel Jones is sure there is an arsonist in town and he and his crew are doing their best to catch the culprit but he is struggling to keep himself from being distracted by the new recruit Thalia who has him on a dare. The more time they spend together the harder it is for Kel to refrain from kissing those beautiful lips.

Thalia works with her family in the Greek café in Bindarra and she and Kel have always had a pull that has them shooting barbs at each other and taunting one another and when a dare is made for Thalia to join the fire crew things heat up even more, but when her brother is involved in an accident the pressure is on them both, but good Greek food and Kel’s dad helps to bring them together.

Who doesn’t love a fireman and Kel is such a great guy and Thalia is just the heroine for him, this one had me cheering them both on and wanting to go to a Greek café with the beautiful food that they were having, MS Bellamy has done a fabulous job of bringing Kel and Thalia together in a sensual and moving journey that had me turning the pages, I am really enjoying this series. Thank you MS Bellamy, this is one that I highly recommend.
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Reading Progress

September 23, 2019 – Shelved
September 23, 2019 – Shelved as: to-read
September 26, 2019 – Started Reading
September 27, 2019 – Finished Reading

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