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    In the Heat!

    Inferno of Love: Loved the hot firemen! A wonderful love story and fantastic characters! I think it's great that Erin Wright chose to have the story start where Moose is supposed to marry Tennessee because that's what the parents want but it's great that the attraction isn't there because it's not what they want in a significant other. I loved the warmest to the story and how it was told! It was very special and I loved it! The dialog was fantastic. I just wanted the story to keep on going it was so good! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Suspense, drama and romance

    A story of unrequited love and honourable intentions, Inferno of Love is a well written drama set in a small town. Moose and Georgia have been attracted to one another ever since they hit puberty, but were unable to act on it due to the controlling influences of family. In many ways this is a sad book as it brings out the dreadful nature of controlling parents way into adulthood. In fact both Moose and Tennessee have been brainwashed into bowing to family pressure. When circumstances conspire to bring Moose and Georgia together, he finally realises that as hard as he tries to do the right thing for everyone else, that does not mean that the promises made to him will be kept. Moose is a delightful character but is a mix of adult caring, duty and honour, and immature actions borne out of his upbringing. Georgia is a strong and resourceful woman but at times she comes across as being overbearing. One has to see her actions in the light of Moose's inexperience and to recognise that she in fact has to be his teacher in the way of respectful relationships. I enjoyed this book as it is well written with suspense and drama. It is part of a series and characters from the previous book appear in this one too, but this novel is nevertheless a standalone. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Loved this book

    Loved this story by Bibliophagist I've read all of Erin Wright's books and truly enjoyed them. But this book is the best of the bunch. This is the second book in the series, Firefighters of Long Valley. But her earlier books are set in the same area and a lot of the characters walk in this story as well. It has a HEA and you don't have to have read the other books to read this story. Moose (his real name is Deere, as in the tractor) is the oldest son of the owner of the local John Deere dealership. In the small town of Sawyer, Idaho, their family is like royalty. As a baby, Moose's parents promised he'd marry Tennessee, the daughter of a wealthy farmer. And Moose's father promised that he'd turn the John Deere dealership over to Moose in 5 years. But that timeline seems to be ever changing. In the meantime, Moose works 18 hour days at the dealership, where he has worked since he was a child. And he's not getting rich either. There is one glaring problem with the pre-written fairytale that is Moose and Tenny's life. It isn't their fairytale. After getting stuck in a wildfire with someone, Moose realizes what a pickle he's in. There's sure to be sparks galore when Moose makes his feelings known. But sometimes, you have to take a chance for love. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Standing up for himself

    Moose had been betrothed to Tennessee almost since birth, despite this being the 21st century. Both knew what was expected of them and did not really fight the situation. But one day Moose rescues Georgia from a wild fire and all his surpressed feelings for her come to the surface. Little by little his rebellion against his domineering father starts. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. An interesting story about another aspect of the little town of Sawyer. The more I read about its inhabitants in their different series, the more I enjoy that small town and its close knit community.
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    My New Favorite Erin Wright Book

    I am voluntarily reviewing an advanced reader copy of this book, Inferno Of Love by Erin Wright. Getting a new Erin Wright book is like having Christmas and my birthday together on the same day! And this one is my new all time favorite by her!! It definitely is NOT all sunshine and roses. There are a few things I want to slap someone ( NOT Erin) over but it adds to the enjoyment of the story. Erin’s characters are NOT one dimensional! They come to life on the pages of her books and keep you glued to the very end. This is book 2 of Erin’s Firefighters Of Long Valley series and while you CAN read them in any order you choose, I personally recommend reading in the order they are written. I love that they have characters from previous books in each of the new ones. I love reading more about characters I have come to love! Moose (Deere) and Tennessee have been promised to one another practically since birth by their fathers and being the obedient “children” that they are, they do not question it even though they both are NOT happy about it. It takes Tennesse’s cousin, Georgia and a life threatening situation to make Moose have serious doubts about his future. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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