Chance has the life he’s always dreamed
of. He’s just been promoted to captain at his firehouse, he
can go surfing every morning, and he has a phenomenal
boyfriend, Tucker. He just wishes he could get Tucker to open
up. After Tucker’s uncle dies, Chance notices a definite
change in him. When Tucker leaves California to return home to
Kentucky to take care of the farm house left to him, Chance
has a bad feeling about it.
Tucker gets the news his uncle died and
that the farmhouse he’s being trying his entire life to get
away from is now his. But when he returns to Kentucky to take
care of affairs, he soon finds out the trip won’t be as smooth
or quick as he anticipated. Will he be able to cope with being
I absolutely loved Flashover.
In the first couple of chapters I had a hard time figuring out
what the conflict was going to be, but it soon became evident.
The sex between Chance and Tucker is hot! Sexy fireman, hot
loves scenes—what more could you ask for? Be sure to keep a
fire extinguisher nearby—you’re gonna need it to put yourself
out after you read this one. The tension between the two men
in their relationship due to the distance and Tucker’s
behavior was real and believable and the ending of the book
pleased me, though still left a couple of things I’d been
wondering about throughout the book unanswered. Like, what
exactly happen to Tucker other than his uncle to make him hate
that farm so much? But that aside, this is definitely a book
to get your hands on.