He looks like he belongs on stage, stripping out of his firefighter uniform, not running into a burning building to save me. But thank God he did.
When the smoke clears and my eyes focus on my savior, one look at his gorgeous face and tattoo-covered muscles, I know he’ll be too much for me to handle. It’s a good thing I never have to see him again, right?
Except, losing my home to a fire means finding somewhere new to live, and guess who just happens to be my new roommate? Hayden Flynn. The filthy-talking firefighter who’s been front and center of all of my dreams lately.
Our attraction is undeniable, but it’s the adventures he takes me on that has me falling for him, each new experience chipping away at the wall I’ve been hiding behind.
He wasn’t supposed to see past my scars.
He wasn’t supposed to break me apart piece by piece, then put me back together again.
He was just supposed to be a firefighter. I didn’t expect him to end up saving my life, in more ways than one.
3.5 Heart Review by Ashley
Emma Louise is still a pretty new to me author. Heck, Filthy Firefighter is only the second book I've read from her but this one was super fun. A few Chance, Aubrey and Pixy cameos didn't hurt either!
I liked that Adele was a bit of a mess. A loner. Still struggling to find herself after the mess her life had become a few years ago. She didn't quit. She fought. Battled her demons. But one scary night threw her life off balance again.
Enter Hayden. Firefighter. Runner. Adele's new roommate! To say there was sexual tension between these two would be putting it mildly. I could feel it pulsing off the page. It was in the stares and the avoidance. And when that damn finally broke...whew hot!!
Equal parts steamy and sweet, Filthy Firefighter had me rooting for Adele from the start. I was so glad that Hayden gave Adele the patience and push she needed to let her walls down. Even if it did take a near tragedy to break that final barrier. And that ending...a little far fetched- maybe but still exactly the kind of crazy happy they deserved.
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