By Dee Ellis
My Rating: 5
Publication: October 17th 2017
Read: September 26th 2017 ~ ARC
POV: First-person dual perspectives
Series: Burn: Let It Burn; Burn It Down; Burn For Me; & Slow Burn
Levi Holt’s an old soul. Married fast, he hoped to build a life with his wife and fight fires with his brothers. Too bad his wife didn’t get the memo that a wedding band meant her Badge Bunnie ways should have ended. Just after the ink is dry in his divorce, he finds a new girl stealing his heart. The tiny baby that his former wife swears is his. Now Levi’s old soul is uncertain if he’s the right guy to raise the little angel.
Brynn Gold is in Chicago for all the wrong reasons. Any reason, really. No one needs to know why she doesn’t want to go home. Especially not the tiny angel that she agrees to help Levi take care of. That adorable baby, and Levi himself, make her heart burn with what she had to give up. Something Brynn doesn’t think she should get to feel the warmth of ever again.
Levi thinks she does and he’s willing to risk getting burned again to prove it.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
5 STARS to Burn For Me (Burn Series #3) by author Dee Ellis.
Coming June 17th~
Hunter Byrne and Lola Von…….
Holy hotness!!! This book is appropriately titled. It was scorching! Who doesn’t love a sexy, hot, passionate, possessive, and protective fireman, who is not only a sweetheart but incredibly talented between the sheets? 😉 I admit to having many blushing moments.
Burn For Me is book three in this series. In my opinion, the author’s talent grew and developed with each book. I feel guilty admitting this but Hunter is my new favorite. That says a lot because I flove Finn Cooper! We met Finn in book one, Let It Burn, which is Cage’s story, then got to know more of him in his own, book 2 Burn It Down.
Hunter never thought he’d find a woman who made him burn with unrelenting desire. For years, he’s sworn off relationships and only sates is sexual appetites with one-nighters. But when he meets Lola, Hunter wonders if he can change. Or if he even wants to. Watching his friends fall in love and find their soul mates only adds to his loneliness. Hunter is longing for love but doesn’t trust in it.
Lola is an independent, sassy, intelligent, and talented young woman. Lola is also very cautious, wary and guarded when it comes to letting people close. Her past was horrific, disturbing, and heartbreaking. I don’t blame Lola one single bit for being selective with who’ll she allow to befriend her. Surprisingly when she meets Hunter, she slowly allows the walls around her heart start to crumble and fall.
Hunter and Lola are drawn to each other. As a reader I was feeling every emotion between them. Their sexual chemistry is scorching; their individual attempts to keep each other at a distance were an epic fail. When Lola and Hunter gave in to their desire for each other, it was off the charts sexy and erotic. Hot, hot, hot!
I didn’t only feel the chemistry between them. I felt their connection, their undeniable love for one another. Hunter and Lola were connected by their souls. They were truly meant to be together. This book will take you on an emotional roller coaster. Hold on to your heart!
There is a dark shadow hanging around, dangerously close. The suspense in this book had me in a panic. And when that conflict finally peaked, I nearly had a heart attack! I won’t give you details but I will say the author will pull you up then tear you down. There are twists and turns. There is suspense and danger. The emotions are very high.
Thankfully, when you reach the end, you’ll swoon and sigh. I am confident you will be head over heels for Hunter Byrne. You will also adore Lola.
I absolutely cannot wait for the next book in the Burn Series. There is still one fireman at Ladder 71 that is in need of a HEA.
Burn For Me can be read as a standalone however characters from the previous books are present throughout Hunter and Lola’s story, lending their love and support. I recommend you read those book as well, before or after. You won’t be sorry.
*This is my honest and unbiased review.