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    sparks fly

    Flames of Love! Jaxson is what Sugar really need to find in a man. It was a fantastic romance story! It was hot how the sparks flew between them. I loved how some of the volunteer firefighters didn't take to well to Jaxson but the small town needed him and he needed the small town. I loved how the whole story was written, it was wonderful.
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    A small town romance with depth

    Every now and then, one comes across a book that makes you sulk when it comes to an end, like a kid who’s been denied ice cream! With Flames of Love I wished we could have had an extended epilogue, just so that we could have a few more minutes of Jaxson and Sugar, and of course Hamlet. I loved the introductory chapter and Jaxson and Sugar's meeting. From the initial introduction to these characters, one assumes that they are lighthearted, easygoing people. Nothing can be further from the truth. Their sense of humour has been honed from years of pain and survival, knowing that if they didn't laugh, they would cry. When Jaxson takes on the position of fire chief in the small town of Sawyer, he doesn't realise just how much prejudice and resentment he is up against. With half the town set to jeopardise his future, Jaxson knows that he has his work cut out for him. Nevertheless, among the bad eggs, there are some characters of sterling quality and with their help, Jaxson starts to make inroads into the problems facing him. Both Jaxson and Sugar have vows about dating, but in meeting one another, their rules begin to erode and crumble. They have more in common with each other than they first realise and with Hamlet playing his part, the couple find common ground. The one thing about getting close to another person is that it is difficult to continue keeping secrets. Sugar has been conditioned to believe the lies that have been told to her from the time she can remember, and she is therefore sceptical of Jaxson's acceptance. It takes a crisis to bring both of them to the place where they realise that together they can be stronger. This book is very well written and evokes the reader''s emotions without being mushy or patronising. Issues surrounding divorce are sensitively dealt with, however I would have liked to see Sugar receive the counseling she so desperately needed. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    One hot read

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I loved this book! Flames of Love was a great book. When Jaxon moves to Sawyer to take a job as the fire chief, he doesn't know what awaits him. Sugar works at the local bakery. She meets Jaxon when he comes in for donuts to take to his first day at work. She likes what she sees but knows she can't ever date him. Sugar has her secrets too. As they get to know each other, secrets come out as they share stories of their past. They grow closer. Until one day when Jaxon literally has Sugar's life in his hands and he's forced to make some difficult choices. This is a great book and I loved the characters. My only issue is that I wish that we could have known more about the characters' backgrounds. I felt like there was a lot that we weren't privy to.
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    Flames Of Love Is HOT HOT HOT!!!

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. IMO, this is Erin’s best one yet! Her way with words and emotional expression is incredibly unique and gripping. I couldn’t put it down but once again the missed sleep was definitely worth it! Please read this book and fall in love with Flames Of Love, Long Valley and Erin through her treasured gift to her readers! When Jaxson, New fire chief of Long Valley, walks into Sugar’s bakery, his first day on the job, the last thing he expects is to find the kind of blazing Inferno he never wants to douse.
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    Flames of Love

    This is a story about the ability of people being able to adapt to a better change in life. To leave the past where it belongs.
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