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  • Page-turning passion

    Feel the Fire by Annabeth Albert is the third in her Hotshots m/m series about firefighters in the Central Oregon area. It stands well alone, although I definitely look forward to catching up with the previous titles in the series. Luis Riviera and Tucker Ryland were high school sweethearts, although mostly as best friends finding their way since the community wasn't entirely welcoming to a kid figuring out who he was. But life has a way of not being the direct path, and they haven't seen each other in nearly two decades, since Luis's family moved away and their youthful plans to stay together forever met the harsh demands of reality. When Luis's next assignment to an arson investigation takes him back to the scene of the crime, so to speak, he is shocked to find himself working next to Tucker, who is now a divorced dad of teen twins. Annabeth Albert's Feel the Fire is a page-turning story as Tucker and Luis rediscover the sparks of both their friendship and the passion that flares hot between them. She does a beautiful job as they work through their history and then confront the very real issues that stand between them finding a way to being together now and building a future with each other. Luis and Tucker work hard for their happy ending, and I rooted for them every step of the way. Ms Albert's writing is elegant and captivating, and her characters and situations really resonate with the challenges that readers face today.

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  • Feel the Fire

    Feel the Fire is the third book in the Hotshots series and this one deals with second-chance romance. Back when they were teenagers, Luis and Tucker thought they'd be together forever... until life got in the way. This is a character-driven slow-burn of a book in which Tucker and Luis rediscover their attraction to each other and figure out just what, if anything, they can do going forward. I loved this one! The guys from the other books play cameo roles in here too but the focus is mainly on Tucker and Luis. Both of them led very different lives to the ones they had imagined and it's all about their reconnection and hopeful possibilities. I also love reading about the different jobs that are available and seeing what impact each role has. And there is also Luis' role of being the single man who can travel, plus Tucker's role as husband (ex), father, and boyfriend. There is definitely something for everyone here and I personally highly recommend it. The only downside I can think of is you never found out who the arsonist was! * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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  • What would you for a second chance?

    Feel the Fire is the third book in the Hotshots series by Annabeth Albert. You've already met Tucker in a previous book but there is sooooo much more to Tucker than the surface reveals. There is more to the story than the second chance that is so quickly revealed. It is a beautiful love story about time, second chances, compromise, self-acceptance and letting go. Both Tucker and Luis have pasts to be examined and a life that is seemingly to difficult to let go of and both must decide if the other is worth making the changes and taking the chances that being together would entail.

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  • A Second Chance at First Love

    Tucker and Luis have a past, a past that both of them have learned to live with but still think about. They were close in High School, very close, they even had plans to be together after graduation but events in Tucker's life prevented him from meeting Luis in California as planned. Now about eighteen years later Tucker is a divorced father of twin boys, Walker and Wade, (Wade seriously needs his story told...I hope you are reading this Annabeth!) and he's a fire management expert trying to find whoever is setting fires to his forest. Luis is a Fire behavior specialist in California and is being loaned to his home town of Painter’s Ridge, Oregon where he left his first love. Needless to say Luis isn't thrilled about this assignment but he is heading there regardless because whats the worst that can happen.... I have been a fan of Annabeth Albert's MM Romances for a while now and I have to say the thing I like most about them is that they are never predictable. We are given a wide range of characters that cover the LGBTQ+ spectrum. In FEEL THE FIRE we have Tucker some people would classify him as Bisexual but that would be incorrect because he is actually demisexual which means he is capable of feeling sexual desire ONLY if he shares a strong emotional bond with the other person, whereas bisexual would me he's attracted to both men and women and that simply isn't true in Tuckers case. I love that Annabeth Albert doesn't shy away from any of the different sexual orientations. She gives us a world that broadens our knowledge and hopefully our minds to all the different types of love that are around us. I of course recommend this book to lovers of MM Romances as well as those that enjoy second-chance romances. This can be read as a standalone but this is such a great series I recommend reading each of the books. Happy Reading!!! **I have voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book for my Blog, Nadine's Obsessed with Books**

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  • Fantastic Story, Great Audiobook

    I have loved all of the books in Annabeth Albert's Hotshots series but this one features one of my all-time favorite romance tropes – reunion/second-chance, and it's now tied with book two, High Heat as my favorite in the series. I received a review copy of the ebook from the publisher but then I also got an advanced copy of the audiobook from the audiobook publisher. So, I got to read the story and then listen to the fantastic Iggy Toma perform the book for me. He's now done all three of the audiobooks in this series and I absolutely love his performances. I listened to it straight through because I just couldn't put it aside, the same as I couldn't put the ebook down when reading it. The blurb is pretty detailed so I won't try to restate it. What it can't convey is the depth of feeling the characters had for each other. Their reunion, after many years apart, wasn't all hugs and kisses; just the opposite in fact. Both Tucker and Luis had bad feelings about how their high school relationship ended when Luis moved away. When they are reunited due to their jobs, they were both angry. Luis doesn't want to get involved with Tucker and have his heart broken again. But the same pull that was there between them all those years ago still exists and neither of them can resist. Tucker has shared custody of his twin sons and they have to be his first priority but he wants Luis. The strong emotional connection he feels for Luis isn't something he's really felt before and he doesn't want to lose it. Like every book I've read by Annabeth, and I've read nearly all of them, this one really had my emotions all over the place. There is sadness at times but there are even more happy times. Tucker's sons provide several entertaining moments. I loved the way that Tucker handled one of his sons concerns about his relationship with Luis and the son's relationship with his girlfriend. Every kid should be so lucky to have a dad like Tucker. I could go on and on but this review is already too long. If you enjoyed Annabeth's Out of Uniform series you don't want to miss reading all of the Hotshots books. A review copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book. A copy of this audiobook was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author or narrator. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***

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