- File Size: 1542 KB
- Print Length: 268 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Anne Marsh (June 8, 2014)
- Publication Date: June 8, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KVP9F8W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #226,733 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
The first pages were difficult to settle into, not how I'd start a story but it was unique. I trudged through and am glad I did.
Ms. Marsh painted a realistic mental image and presented that world well, the characters well rounded. I did have issues with our two main characters though. Mimi is now in her late twenties and still acting like a teenager. That happens. However, through out the story, I didn't see any real valid reason for her reasons other than she made bad choices and was judging others by someone else's mistakes. She needed to get a more mature perspective. One would think she'd get tired of toting that very broad paint brush around. Ok, so Mimi doesn't trust people or her judgments of them but she also doesn't give them a chance to show her their worth, either. When she is finally put in a place where the pickings are slim does she start to take a second look. At least in relation to the women around her. The men she just keeps on keeping on until one man wouldn't take no for an answer.
Gotta love Mack, he's everything a woman could want in a man. I felt that he was well presented here and saw more in Mimi than she saw in herself.
I loved the twists and turns in this story, the background drama fit well. There were parts that could have been fleshed out better, like when Mimi gets caught out by the dumpster but that's Okey.
My heart went out to Abby, unfortunately, these things happen. If it were me, I'd be making my next story about her and perhaps another fire jumper new to the scene. <weg>
Ms. Marsh, thank you for such a good story. I'm keeping this one. Two thumbs up.
What can I say about Mack and Mimi? Mimi is a “bad girl” and Mack is a reformed “bad boy.” Mack wants Mimi for more than a one-night-stand, although that’s how they started out. Mimi was burned by a guy when she was young and she is also estranged from her family. She doesn’t see herself as HEA material. Mimi’s history definitely impacts on their relationship. She testified against some bad guys in the past and one is now out on parole. While this drama is part of the story it didn’t over-shadow the back and forth dance between Mimi and Mack.
I like how this book is a bit different from the others in this series. The Smoke Jumper/fire-fighting aspect, while pertinent to the story, wasn’t really a major part. For me the main theme was the relationship between Mack and Mimi and I thoroughly enjoyed their story.
While Rio’s story (Burns So Bad) is still my favorite of the series, this one is a close second. There are additional secondary characters from the books that I hope Anne writes stories for.
I won a copy of this story in a Facebook contest but no review was required.
If you're looking for some hot and heavy fire fighter action (in the bedroom and out of it), this is a book for you.
Thanks for reading!
And thanks to netgalley/the author for the review copy - as always, my reviews are based on my reading of the book and my honest opinion.
The heroine is too masculine. I'm sorry but she is suppose to be strong but she is also stupid. Instead of acting like a lady she acts like a slut. The hero seems to be this great guy who has feelings, who cares about the heroine, but the heroine is too tough and matcho to deal with feelings.
Nope, I will not be attempting to read this author again...repetition can be a good thing, but in this case it most definitely is not....sorry
Though this story can be read as a stand alone, it is part of the When SEALs Come Home Series. Mack is not only a former SEAL, but a part of the Donavan Smoke Jumpers. Anne Marsh has written an action packed storyline, with amazing characters. Not only does she tell Mimi and Mack's story, but she also gives glimpses of the other fantastic characters residing in Strong, CA. I can not wait to read the next book in this series!