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    All Fired Up

    Ms. Collins is such a versatile author. I love everything she writes. All Fired Up is no exception. I've read her cop family romance, shifter PNR, and this is my second Rocker Romance. Each offers its own touch of excellence and always characters that give you that little extra cardio workout. Quicksilver/Quick/Quentin, whichever you call him, is drummer excellent, great father, and a boyfriend unmatched. The groupies have gotten old. He never thought he'd settle down until he met Doctor Poppy. A concierge doctor, she'd been persuaded to travel with the band while on tour to take care of any of the crew, band, family members, especially the pregnant wife of a band member. Something about Poppy drew Quick. She sure didn't encourage him. He saw her as gorgeous, stuck-up, intriguing, and a challenge he couldn't pass up. She didn't make it easy, but eventually, she accepted a night out. Poppy told him about her past. She never told anyone about her past. Was it to discourage him and make him run? Or, did she hope maybe he'd stay and let her find out if she had a chance? Their dance of love ran from hot rock to sultry jazz, like his music. Throw in a charming scamp of a mini-me son and the package would be hard to resist. Of course, there were her friends who thought of rockers the same she had until she'd gotten to know Quentin and the band. Her mother was no peach. Then there was the mother of her son. Yep. No rose petals on this path. However, it is a fantastic read. Don't miss it. Reviewed for Words Turn Me On.
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