Rekindled Flame by Andrew Grey

o-rekindled-flameTitle:  Rekindled Flame

Series: N/A

Author:  Andrew Grey

Genre: Contemporary

Length: 200 pages

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (13 June 2016)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts

Blurb: Firefighter Morgan has worked hard to build a home for himself after a nomadic childhood. When Morgan is called to a fire, he finds the family out front, but their tenant still inside. He rescues Richard Smalley, who turns out to be an old friend he hasn’t seen in years and the one person he regretted leaving behind.

Richard has had a hard life. He served in the military, where he lost the use of his legs, and has been struggling to make his way since coming home. Now that he no longer has a place to live, Morgan takes him in, but when someone attempts to set fire to Morgan’s house, they both become suspicious and wonder what’s going on.

Years ago Morgan was gutted when he moved away, leaving Richard behind, so he’s happy to pick things up where they left off. But now that Richard seems to be the target of an arsonist, he may not be the safest person to be around.

ISBN: 978-1-63477-469-7

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: There are two things that I am a real sucker for when it comes to books, in fact, make that three things. 1) I’m a sucker for Andrew Grey books. I just love his characters and his plots – you don’t need to suspend your disbelief for very long and his characters are so damn relatable it’s impossible not laugh or cry at some point in the story. 2) I’m a sucker for firefighters – seriously, do I really need to explain myself?? And 3) I find myself drawn to the disabled heroes – these guys are always stronger than they think they are and they are always a proper HEA with their own prince charming.

That’s the reasons why I should love this book and it is exactly for those reasons that I did love this book.

The story follows firefighter, Morgan, and disabled ex-marine Richard. After saving Richard from a fire, Morgan realizes that the man is in fact the best friend from his childhood he had been upset about not seeing again when his father made them move to another city. But now the guys are back together and Richard is the centre of a series of arson attacks. Morgan is ready to be his friend’s knight in shining armor, and now that they are men he is ready to take their friendship to a whole new level.

For fans of Andrew Grey, you will more than certainly recognize a few minor characters Morgan and Richard run into as couples from other books/series. I love little fan Easter eggs like that. The plot is probably predictable but the pace is pleasing, the characters are totally relatable and generally just pure joy to read.

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