Friday, November 23, 2012

ARC review: Sex and the Single Fireman by Jennifer Bernard

There's a hardnosed new training officer in town, and that's bad news for the

Bachelor Firemen of San Gabriel . . .
But great news for firefighter Sabina Jones . . . maybe.

The toughest captain on the East Coast, single father Rick Roman has come thousands of miles to San Gabriel to put an end to the "Bachelor Firemen" media hype. But when a stunning woman he nearly hooked up with in Reno turns out to be a firefighter from his new station, Roman realizes it's going to be tough keeping the tabloids at bay.

But there's even more Sabina isn't telling him. Before dedicating herself to battling blazes, Sabina led a very different life, one that made her famous. The last thing she wants is to have her secret exposed. The papers, bloggers, and TV gossips will have a field day with that—expecially when they sense the obvious sexual heat between Sabina and Chief Roman, who's torn between firing her . . . and falling in love with her!

Sex and the Single Fireman is the third in the Bachelor Firemen series, it will be available in January but is up for pre-order now.

Rick Roman lost his wife in the attacks on 9/11 and has been a single father ever since. Rick wants to do what is best for his son Luke and look is a great baseball pitcher, so Rick is moving from NYC to San Gabriel to give his son the chance to play baseball year round. Rick has never found it hard to keep his tough but fair reputation firmly in place that is until her meet the sexy Sabina.

Sabina has worked hard the last ten years to be the best firefighter she can be, trying to put her past behind her she has told no one the secret of her former life.
Sabina meets Rick and they have the heat and intensity of a backdraft, the course of love is never a smooth one and Rick and Sabina will be put to the test when her past makes her and the station prime time news.

Once again we are invited into the lives of the bachelor firemen of San Gabriel Station 1 and we have a front row seat to the sparks and flames that are put off when Rick and Sabina try to work out the issues surrounding her past, his loss and keep all of them out of the tabloids.
I enjoyed the humor and the steam of Sex and the Single Fireman, I thought that the adjustments that Rick and Luke had to make moving from the East coast to the West were well written and down right hysterical at times. I loved the chemistry that Sabina and Rick have and that they have some realistic hurdles to clear for them to make it to the HEA. I love the secondary characters of the other firemen, Sabina's mother and her "little sister" and look forward to seeing more of some of their stories in future books.
I give Sex and the Single Firemen 4 out of 5 flowers




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