Flames of Love - Erin Wright

Flames of Love

By Erin Wright

  • Release Date: 2017-07-28
  • Genre: Western
Flames of Love book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 472 Ratings)

Flames of Love Erin Wright Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

A Wounded Hero
As a firefighter, Jaxson Anderson is well acquainted with danger. He’s charged into burning buildings to rescue men and women, young and old. He’s scaled ladders that towered over blistering infernos, and defied blazes that terrified lesser men.
Fire? He understands. Women? Not so much. Now there’s some real danger. He should know. He’s been burned before. 
He’s not interested in romance, or the perils that come with it. His priority is caring for his two small boys, and making his mark as the new fire chief of Sawyer, but everything changes the day he catches sight of Sugar, the pretty girl who works at the local bakery. Sugar is exactly what he wants: A fun, no-strings distraction. A friends-with-benefits arrangement that won’t break what’s left of his heart.

A Battered Heart
On the heels of an abusive marriage, Sugar Stonemyer is done with men. But when Jaxson Anderson strolls into the bakery with a very wicked offer, she can’t resist. One look at the fireman, and Sugar knows the Sawyer rumor mills haven’t exaggerated. Jaxson’s tall, dark, and smokin’ hot. He wants an arrangement, nothing more, and that’s perfect. 
Or so she thought. 
With each slow seduction, Sugar falls a little more. She has only herself to blame. She didn’t want either of them to have feelings, but that’s not how the game is played…

Flames of Love is the first novel in the Firefighters of Long Valley world, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!

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User reviews about this book

  • Flames of Love

    2
    By setonalum
    Ok story and characters. Not what I usually read! Cute enough but no “meat” in this book. Sorry!
  • A free book that you shouldn’t miss

    5
    By DoniseC
    Ms. Wright had me the first sentence to the last one and I cannot wait to read the next book in the series. This is the story of Sugar and Jaxson, who meet at the donut shop where Sugar works in the small town that Jaxson has just moved to as the new fire chief. They are intrigued with each other from the first, but Jaxson is coming off a bad divorce and trying to regain custody of his sons and Sugar is coming off a bad, abusive marriage and divorce. Jaxson learns that small towns can be both a blessing and a curse. Sugar learns that everything that she believes bad about herself isn’t all true. Add in a vengeful firefighter, a goofy Great Dane, two rambunctious boys and an all-seeing small town and you have the makings for a very enjoyable read.
  • Flames of Love

    5
    By NAW 64
    Wonderful story with great characters! Loved this story!
  • Hopeless Romantic

    5
    By Sybbj953jt
    Love this book. I’m a fan of all the series by Erin Wright. I like her writing style and her characters and her storylines.
  • A touching love story

    5
    By Coyotecactus
    Feeling like she wasn’t worth anything is how Sugar and felt for so long. Along comes a new fire chief not familiar with the area. Will they be ruined before anything can develop? The author did an awesome job drawing you into the story. Can’t wait to read more
  • Flames of Love

    2
    By Bun Brrabbid Lop
    Story started out promising to be a good romance. Too wordy...found myself skimming the pages. Drawn out in parts. Rushed in other parts. Sex scenes too explicit for me....yes, I skimmed over these too. Free book. Different series. Not interesting enough to read any others. Am willing to pay if books were smoother in the story telling. 🐰
  • Flames of Love

    5
    By Qab854
    Flames of Love is a fantastically well written storyline with fabulous characters. Jaxson Anderson is the new Fire Chief in the little town of Sawyer. Sugar Stonemyer works at the Muffin Man bakery in Sawyer. These two dealt with ex spouses that did not treat them with respect. I was drawn into this book from the first page until the very last. I couldn’t put this book down and read it in one sitting. I voluntarily received this book to review for my honest opinion.
  • Flames of Love

    4
    By Reader Aloha
    A good story with Sugar, a small town girl with a difficult past, and Jaxson, the fire chief. Each has a history they’re trying to overcome, and find that together, they can. Lots of amusing snippets of life in the fishbowl of a small town. Ms Wright has well-developed characters that catch you at the beginning, and keep you cheering for them to the HEA we all crave. Enjoy this one.
  • Hot flame

    5
    By Slimleak
    In the town of Sawyer there is a new fire chief name Jaxon . He took the job so he could show the judge that the was more stable. But what he didn’t know was he would be a one man team with the kind of volunteers he had. Sugar worked in a bakery and she saw Jaxon when he came in , but looked and knew that all she could do. As they get to know each other they get closer . You will learn about their past as they share bit and pierces of their life. One day Jaxon has to make a chose , he is a fire fighter. Find out what chose he had to make .
  • Heartwarming

    5
    By Barbk1202
    Erin Wright never disappoints! This new line of Long Valley stories is just as amazing as the first ones. I’ve made new friends as well as visits from old ones in Sawyer. Definitely a must read! I guarantee you’ll be “hooked” by the first chapter! Enjoy! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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