Guest Review: Flashpoint by Jill Shalvis at TGTBTU

Posted September 8, 2008 by Holly in Reviews | 0 Comments

Guest Review: Flashpoint by Jill Shalvis at TGTBTUReviewer: Holly
Flashpoint by Jill Shalvis
Series: American Heroes: The Firefighters #1
Also in this series: Flashback
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication Date: July 1st 2008
Genres: Fiction
Pages: 224
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Series Rating: four-stars

Zach Thomas risks his life battling flames every day. But since sexy EMT Brooke O'Brian joined the crew, he can't resist playing with fire. Brooke is feisty, a little uptight…and sexy as hell. And as Zach soon discovers, she's definitely hot stuff between the sheets. Still, every firefighter knows that the hotter the blaze, the faster the action's over….

After the whirlwind ride Zach's been taking her on, Brooke is ready to do anything for this man-in and out of bed! But she knows footloose and fancy-free Zach doesn't do commitment. So she plans to build up a five-alarm fire between them. The kind he won't ever want to put out…

I have a guest review up at TGTBTU for Flashpoint by Jill Shalvis, American Heroes: The Firefighters, Book 1.

I have to be honest and admit the only reason I wanted to read this book is because of the cover. It’s hot. Seriously hot. After I read the back blurb I was a little bit leery, because it’s about a firefighter and an EMT. Although limited, my past experience with firefighters and EMTs hasn’t been favorable. I think too often authors aren’t able to find a good balance between the technical aspects of firefighting and the personal relationships they have. In this case, however, my past experience meant nothing. Jill Shalvis did a credible job of writing wonderfully flawed characters without bogging the story down with the technical aspects.

This book is available from Harlequin Blaze. You can buy it here or
in eBook format.


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