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Product Details

  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Cleis Press (July 16, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1573449342
  • ISBN-13: 978-1573449342
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,065,944 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

This firefighter anthology starts off with a fizzle: Rachel Firasek&'s Smoking Stilettos, featuring a pair of stunningly immature characters and almost no sexual chemistry. Fortunately, it flares to life with some kinky heat in Sabrina York&'s Saving Charlotte, setting the pattern of ups and downs with some seriously hot stories (such as Lynn Townsend&'s Big Trucks) and some that aren&'t much more than smoke and bluster (such as Adele Dubois&'s Hook Me Up). Likewise, the firemen vary: there&'s the sweet hero coming home to make hardcore love to his worried girlfriend in Shoshanna Evers&'s Falling Ashes and then there&'s the jerk willing to take advantage of a terrified woman in Cynthia D&'Alba&'s Something&'s Burning. Despite the variation in tone and quality, any woman who has ever had a fireman fantasy can probably find one or two stories to enjoy. (Oct.)

Review

"Hot firemen, need we say more?"
USA Today

"Super sexy stories with some mega hot men."
—Romancing the Book

"The thought of these amazing people risking everything to save lives is romance enough but add in a dash of sex and I am riveted to my seat."
—Airen Wolf Reviews

"This book is an adrenaline rush. In Smokin’ Hot Firemen, the sex ranges from rough to tender but the men are certified heroes, red suspenders and all. With seventeen stories written by different authors, the fireman fantasy is explored from all angles, making it a must-read for anyone with a thing for lifesavers."
—Ella Dawson

"Some of today's hottest writers deliver tales of the courageous heroes who get your temperature rising!"
Rhapsody Book Club

"Smokin' Hot Firemen is filled with erotic stories that will leave you breathless. Some of them you will wish were longer and others are just right. About half of the stories are straight erotica and the other half readers will find a romantic undertone. I believe any one reading this will find a least one story and probably more to their liking. They are all are filled with hot fire fighters who will keep you dreaming of flames and rescues."
Fresh Fiction

"A fun read that can be dipped in and out of as the mood takes."
For Books Sake

"Delilah Devlin's burning-hot book includes thrilling stories teeming with gorgeous firemen from some of today’s hottest romance writers."
Erotica Readers and Writers Association

"When things couldn’t get any hotter this summer, editor Delilah Devlin had to bring out even more heat with her new release Smokin’ Hot Firemen: Erotic Romance Stories for Women. I read it. I melted. Oh, baby! Talk about problems a tall glass of iced tea and a big paper fan ain’t gonna fix! Maybe I could shove a cat up a tree and call for help?"
Quixotic Orchid

"Excellent bedtime stories, perfect to add a little spice to your romantic life. Who doesn’t love a firemen? Who doesn’t have a fantasy of a fireman coming to put out your fire?"
Networking Witches

"Amazing stories that keep you wanting more."
Fresh Fiction

"While I was feverishly flipping pages, I kept repeating in my head: 'Please don’t let this be the last story. Please, don’t let this be the last story.' There are seventeen stories in this anthology, and not a single one was disappointing. Not one."
Ms Romantic Reads

"Smoking hot firemen stories that will literally have you looking for your own hot firemen! Each story is unique, sexy, and brings in the romance beautifully."
The Pen & Muse

"Firemen are literally my hottest fantasy."
Books a la Mode

"The men and women who put their lives on the line day in and day out make for some serious fantasy action. If you have ever had a crush on a fireman or just firemen in general, you are going to love the stories in this anthology. If courageous, daring and downright sexy is how every one of these men captures your attention, their devotion to do the right thing is what grabs your heart. But never forget it also takes a special kind of person to love these firefighters through the fears, tears and never ending dangers."
Coffee Time Romance

"What could be sexier than a fireman? I know...an anthology full of them! The authors in this amazing collection of works take things to toe curling extremes that had me turning the pages and relishing each and every story."
—Erzabet Bishop

"Whether firemen are your thing or not, you are sure to find a few stories that will kindle your interests and desires. Who knows you might even find a fireman or two creeping more often into your fantasies, I know I did!"
Clitical

"This very entertaining collection of spicy short stories both adds to the allure of the sexy firefighter and emphasizes the breadth of duties they may be faced with. The delightful variety of authors describe different aspects of a firefighter’s life even as they explore the sensual connection that they form with their lovers who have to deal with the risks that are faced on a daily basis and each author did a wonderful job of creating a vivid tale."
Night Owl Reviews, Top Pick

"Eroticism (from the Greek meaning "desire") is generally understood to refer to a state of sexual arousal or anticipation of such - an insistent sexual impulse, desire, or pattern of thoughts, as well as a philosophical contemplation concerning the aesthetics of sexual desire, sensuality and romantic love. As French novelist Honore de Balzac pointed out, eroticism is dependent not just upon an individual's sexual morality, but the culture and time that individual resides in as well. In our time it means Smokin' Hot Firemen: Erotic Romance Stories for Women, an anthology of seventeen romance stories designed to appeal to the female imagination. Compiled and edited by Delilah Deviln (who has herself published more than sixty erotic stories) Smokin' Hot Firemen: Erotic Romance Stories for Women is very highly recommended for mature women who appreciate a deftly written and imaginatively erotic short story."
Midwest Book Review

"At times you are able to get a real sense of the atmosphere, from the firemen’s stations to the crumbling buildings they heroically venture into. The male characters are often well described, making it easy for you to form mental images of them, and help fuel your personal fantasies too."
—Nymphomaniac Ness

"Delilah Devlin has collected and selected some very hot stories. Sabrina York writes about a fireman who saves a woman who has been tied to the bed; there is a stripping dancing fireman, a parachute jumper and a forest fire fighter just to name a few themes here. These stories are not just erotic; they are 'smokin’ hot'."
—Reviews by Amos Lassen

"This collection is a fun read that can be dipped in and out of as the mood takes but one that definitely puts an emphasis on the more romantic side of sex rather than the physical."
–For Book's Sake

"Firefighters are among the most popular characters, and why wouldn’t they be? After all, they heroically risk their lives while running to our rescue in the most dire of circumstances."
—Carol Burnside

"There is something uniquely attractive and arousing about firefighters, and whatever your particular taste or temptation may be, I’m sure you’ll find a story to satisfy it in Smokin’ Hot Firemen."
—M. Marie

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Phew, that was hot!
MsRomanticReads
If you need a break and only have time for a short story, grab this book and enjoy a story or two at a time.
Gail Siuba
I really enjoyed the collection of short stories.
B. Walker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: Paperback
Smoking Stilettos by Rachel Firasek: Red and Matt's marriage withstands the tests of a risky career with hot passion in the firetrucks to spare. I found this one a bit disorienting in the beginning and cheesy at the end, but it probably has the hottest single sex scene in the entire collection (Rating: 8/10)

Saving Charlotte by Sabrina York: A naughty shock of a fire rescue brings firefighting Dom, Mark, and ethereally beautiful Charlotte together. This story explores an unlikely relationship determined to demonstrate how dominating is really to be done. It does follow a bit of a porno story line, but is absolutely explosive (Rating: 9/10)

Hook Me Up by Adele Dubois: When a bad kitty gets Lexi stuck in a tree, fireman Knox just happens to be driving by to save her from further humiliation... and she's compelled to return the favor. Definitely well-penned but has more romance than sex. Fun read, nothing brilliant (Rating: 6/10)

Big Trucks by Lynn Townsend: Another firetruck hookup involving two firefighters. Only story in the collection with a female fighter (woohoo!), but unfortunately both Amy and Steve felt disconnected as characters. The love scene isn't hot and the story boring to follow; my eyes glazed over this one (Rating: 2/10)

Lost and Found by Nanette Guadiano: Anna flees to Forete, Italy to escape her mundane (non-)existence, only to run into a tall, blonde, and handsome British firefighter. William has the uncanny power to know exactly what's on her mind... including what she wants to do with his body. Evocative of the Italian countryside, but not thrilling sexually.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By QuixoticOrchid on July 6, 2013
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Once upon a time, I worked at a medical answering service. The bank next door was struck by lightning. Fire department highly recommended we evacuate, but the boss said only when our building catches fire, too. I answered phones and during a lull, I wandered outside just to remind those firemen, "I'm here. Will be here all night by myself. Can't evacuate because I take medical emergency calls, but watch how fast my big butt can move when you tell me the flames are spreading in my direction."

At that moment, the second engine arrived and those boys came off the side like the dam had broken and my world was being flooded by big, burly, beautiful men. I went from fear to arousal in less than a second. It took my breath! I wanted ALL of them to rescue me, take me, and make me theirs. My panties alone could have put that fire out.

Reading this book felt like that moment. Bring it boys!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Judy-Ree on July 25, 2013
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This is an anthology of short stories all dealing with Smexy Firemen and edited by Delilah Devlin. There were 17 stories by 17 different authors in this particular book. With that many authors, it means that most of these stories are only a few pages long, ranging anywhere from 7 to 17 pages long.

As with any anthology, there are going to be hits and misses for every person. Some of the stories were complete unto themselves, some were more like vignettes taken from a larger novel, and there were a few that were more straight erotic scene than story. Some of them were completely awesome and some of them were more eh. Overall, it was a very good look at why firemen seem to get us all Steamed up!

Personally, I like anthologies. They are a great way to get a quick introduction to a new author, as well as not feel too guilty when you are busy or interrupted while reading and keep having to put the book down because you are between stories anyway. This was a great cross section of both authors and types of stories. I think just about everyone could find something in this anthology that they like. I am going with 3 stars on Goodreads and a couple of new authors to add to my Must Check Out pile.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Walker on July 12, 2013
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I really enjoyed the collection of short stories. Some I connected to better than others but I was never disappointed. There is something for everyone.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Love2Read on October 7, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is chock full of hot firemen and the women who love and lust after them. A fun set of stories, packed with a surprising amount of heartbreak and heart-mending romance.

I did skim a few of the selections, but in a set this size, one is not going to love every style. Overall, a great read to warm up your chilly fall nights.
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First, let me start by saying that I devoured this entire book in one sitting as soon as it arrived in the mail. While I was feverishly flipping pages, I kept repeating in my head: "Please don't let this be the last story. Please, don't let this be the last story." There are seventeen stories in this anthology, and not a single one was disappointing. Not one. Keep in mind that this is a scorching hot collection of very short stories, therefore a lot of the couples experience instalust and HFN (happy for now) endings. If you're looking for character development/arc, or some involved plot, you may be disappointed. Each story takes up about three to four pages. If firefighters have starred in your fantasies, then you'll want to grab this book. Each story was uniquely different and well told. I've already read some of them more than once. I may even have to buy an extra copy that I won't handle because my current copy will surely need scotch tape soon.

#1 - Smoking Stilettos by Rachel Firasek

Red is terrified to death whenever her husband Matt goes out on a call. Her latest impulsive act involved throwing a designer shoe at his head. He calms her down the only way they both know he can. When their interlude is interrupted, Matt's best friend and colleague decides to take her along so she can see first hand what Matt does, and maybe she'll understand him better.

Cute and funny! I thought Matt was really sweet and patient with his wife for lashing out because she feared for him.

#2 - Saving Charlotte by Sabrina York

While searching a burning apartment building for a child, Mark Conner finds a beautiful woman tied to a bed. They barely manage to escape the burning building. He assumes she is a sub and that her Dom has failed her.
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