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    Food, Chemistry and Danger

    Food, chemistry and danger make for the perfect ingredients in FIRE ME UP! Teagan O’Malley can handle herself in a crisis, after all she does that every day in her job as a paramedic, but this time she may not be able to because she needs to take over the kitchen at her father’s bar after the cook left them in the lurch. The problem is she has very few skills in this area and no handy solutions until fate steps in in the form of Adrian Holt. Adrian is keeping a low profile in Pine Mountain and is not looking to make any waves. He just wants to cook and is doing fine until he is sidelined by an accident and forced to take a leave of absence by his boss. Now he’s got all this time on his hands with nothing to do, until he finds himself helping Teagan keep the bar afloat. As Teagan and Adrian spend time together, they find themselves generating enough heat to power up the kitchen and cooking up dishes to tantalize the senses. Teagan is a girl after my heart. She’s tough, assertive and feisty, all of which hide past hurts, but she’s also a nurturer, taking care of everyone around her. Adrian is Harley-riding chef, big and quiet with a protective streak a mile wide. He is also a nurturer, only he cares through his cooking. FIRE ME UP was fun to read because there was no game-playing between Adrian and Teagan. They admitted their feelings about each other easily and without any drama. They were honest and upfront with each other and gave their all once they committed to a cause. When danger came calling, they each took chances that put them in harm’s way to protect each other. FIRE ME UP is an easy and enjoyable read. *ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review*
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    Loved it!!

    Adrian has been the big silent type since the beginning; ever menacing and the reader never quite knowing what to expect the man. His story is my favorite yet! Adrian has been a part of the series from the beginning. Always stealing the limelight, but never demanding it. With his quiet presence, he demanded order and obedience in his kitchen, but due to one wrong move, he’s a man floundering with no purpose. Something is not right at Teagan’s family bar. The vibe is off and people are not showing up for work. Not to mention her father is looking not his best. Worried about the state of things, she takes a leave of absence and is determined to get things back in order. Too bad she stinks in the kitchen and things are far worse than she ever expected. With Adrian without a kitchen and Teagan without a cook, they take on a taxing relationship. Teagan who would burn water is going to cook in the kitchen while Adrian supervises. Soon things take a sharp turn for the worse and Adrian needs to guard his heart and his position in life. He is also a man who won’t let people down. With a plan and a way, they are going to get the bar back on track. Who knows what will happen along the way to these two lonely people who always thought they were fine going on in life on their own. I loved Adrian and Teagan. They had amazing chemistry and Ms. Kincaid made magic on the pages with these two. Both are very stubborn and they fight their attraction the whole way, but when they connect, it’s spectacular! Ms. Kincaid has written such a great story and it sounds like she is going to keep on giving with the next story being about the mysterious Nick Brennan.

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