“Ignite” by Bonnie Dee
Pete Santori is a fireman. He’s called
to a fire and finds Alan Delaine at the scene. When Pete
approaches him, Alan admits to setting the fire. Pete’s
immediate attraction to Alan keeps him from turning Alan in.
Instead, Pete takes him home. Once there, the heat between
them intensifies. Alan is on the run and Pete has to decide
if Alan is guilty or just the victim.
If you’re a guy who can start fires
when you get mad or aroused, it’s good to have a fireman for
a boyfriend. Pete is a great guy. He’s patient and
understanding. Alan is lucky to have him. “Ignite” is a
very cool story.
“Where the Devil Dances” by T.A. Chase
After being badly scarred in a fire,
Eric Sandel keeps his distance from most people until he
meets fireman David Browdie. Eric and David hit it off and
soon their desire for each other is burning hot. Someone
wants Eric for himself though and this time he’s determined
to make him his forever.
Eric and David have a simple love that
starts from an emotional attraction. Their relationship
feels really natural and comfortable. With the addition of
some suspense, “Where the Devil Dances” has a bit of
excitement as well.
“Ignite” is a great concept and Alan is
a really interesting character. “Where the Devil Dances” is
sweet and hot. Hearts Afire is about two sexy
fireman and the men they fall for. It’s good stuff.