I'm so pleased to feature Gina Maxwell's newest on the blog.
About Hot for the Fireman:Ex-Army Ranger Erik Grady lives for the job. So when his chief at the Boston Fire Department offers him two choices—mandated therapy for supposed PTSD or a permanent desk job at the station, he reluctantly agrees to see a shrink. Only this doctor is unlike anything he expected. Female and curved in all the right places? Check. Hotter than a four-alarm fire? Check. The kind of woman that can heat his blood in and out of bed? Check, check. And oh, yeah, he just happens to have first hand experience... Of all the men to walk into psychologist Olivia Jones' office, why did it have to be him? Her one-night stand isn't playing by the rules of just. One. Night. She’s had her heart broken in the past, and no way is she going there again. And now he's blackmailing her into three dates? Well, if that's what it takes to make him see a different therapist, fine. She can handle it. So what if the chemistry between them is combustible? She's a professional, damn it. She'll date Mr. I'm Too Sexy For My Bunker Pants. But it won’t end in the fun he expects. It’s time to see how much heat this fireman can take…
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Love men-in-uniform romances? Then this is your book, but only if you can handle it hot because, whew, this is a hot one. Our hero, Erik "Wolf" Grady, is retired military now fireman suffering from PTSD. He's rough around the edges but intense and passionate. Hard to resist that combo. The PTSD affects his ability on the job and he either must see a therapist or quit. Of course he chooses therapy, but in a twist his therapist turns out to be the hot one-night-stand he didn't want to be a one-night-only once it was at an end, Olivia Jones. Thank goodness she bows out of being his therapist once she finds out. Okay, maybe we see this twist of her as his therapist a mile away, but the scenes of the awkwardness are handled so well by this author who is a master of characterization and realistic social interactions.
My only issue is although they've both been through trauma, him when deployed and her with a bad relationship, I felt as if her story got a little lost on the focus on him and his PTSD. Regardless, this is a hot, enjoyable read.