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  • Fantastic start to a new series

    There’s always a bit of fear that a spin-off series won’t quite live up to the original. Given how much I loved the Not Dead Yet series, this was certainly the case for me when I began All Fired Up. My concerns as to how All Fire Up could possibly compare proved unnecessary because it ended up being all I could have hoped for and left me utterly stoked for the Ashes and Dust series. For those readers new to the author or who haven’t read the Not Dead Yet series, All Fired Up can absolutely be a standalone. The author does a great job providing enough details about the paranormal world, secondary characters, and connections, and Evan’s background to be able to jump right in and enjoy. For fans of the Not Dead Yet series, I’m going to hazard a guess that Evan is a character you’ve grown very fond of as well. I loved seeing him thrust into the starring role in All Fired Up. I also loved that he’s the same character I’ve loved all along—sweet, sensitive, and quietly courageous. The story driving All Fired Up was fantastic with plenty of action, interesting secondary characters, and of course a good amount of snarky humor that makes this author so much fun to read. I hadn’t anticipated Evan’s love interest in the least, but I love Colin and all the surprises he held. The connection between the two men was sweet and gentle in many ways, and I’m very eager to see where their relationship goes next. And as usual, the ending was spectacular. I went into All Fired Up cautiously optimistic, but it delivered in spades and I came out more than ready for more from the series. If you enjoy paranormal fantasy, fast-paced and interesting plots, and wonderful characters you want to spend more time with, this is an easy pick. *** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

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  • All Fired Up

    This was a great start to this new series. It's a spin-off from the Not Dead Yet series, but follows a character who was previously a side character, while the main couple from the previous series is more on the sidelines. I liked spending more time in this world and with these characters and this book felt both fresh and familiar. There is a paranormal mystery that Evan has to solve and some bad things are going down. I like Evan as main character and the slowly blossoming romance between him and Colin is great to see. While this book has a satisfying ending it leaves a lot of questions open and sets the stage for book 2, making me curious to see what happens next.

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  • Fantastic

    Colin and Evan were wonderful characters, their story was a great addition to the Not Dead Yet world. Ashes and Dust already looks to be a fantastic addition to my keeper shelf and I cannot wait to add the next book. *I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book provided by NetGalley*

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  • forced proximity

    I knew that All Fired Up was a spin-off of Jenn Burke's Not Dead Yet Series, which I haven't read, so I expected there to be some crossover that I may not catch. What I didn't expect was the need to figure out the backstory of this world. I wasn't completely lost, but I did have enough questions that it took me a bit to really get into this one. I do like the premise of this story and the way Burke handles the bond between Evan and Colin. Basically, if you like forced proximity romance, you'll probably enjoy this one. These two do have good chemistry, and they're likable characters, so it's easy to root for them. This is the beginning of the spin-off series, and there is a continuing story, so don't expect everything to be tied up in a neat little package because there are things you'll have to wait for. It is an intriguing world, and I think I would've been more invested if I'd read the series that started it all, which I just may do while waiting for book 2.

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