Fire on the Mountain by P.D. Singer

Torquere Press

Contemporary M/M

ISBN: 978-1-60370-762-6

Reviewed by Lisa



Rookie firefighter/park ranger Jake is learning the nitty gritty ropes from his assigned partner Kurt Carlson. The men share a tiny cabin with only the basic necessities while checking the area daily for signs of fires, plus all the other responsibilities that living rough entails. Itís an incredible experience for Jake. 

There is one particular experience that Jake fantasizes about and he canít seem to stop no matter what he does.  Jake has kept his feelings firmly in the closet, yet he cannot quit thinking about Kurt and him together.  Kurt is oblivious and Jake doesnít know how much longer he can continue pretending he feels nothing towards his partner.  Itís starting to affect Jakeís work performance which could prove dangerous, especially when fires are the main event. 

An old fashioned, quietly building, layered romance takes your breath away in Fire on the Mountain.  Told in first person perspective, readersí watch Fire on the Mountain unfold and ignite.  I did find the early chapters a bit slow, but I finally stopped rushing the romance, sat back, and let Fire on the Mountain take over.  Fire on the Mountain proves that a good love story is just that regardless of who the couple may be.


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