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    Loved it!

    I've so enjoyed this series and this book is one of my favorites. While this book is the sixth in the series it can easily be read standalone. It returns us to the firehouse and Engine 59. It seems everyone is happy and deliriously in love. Everyone except Grant Cutter who recently had his heart shredded when his girlfriend Wren walked away from him. He was certain he had found "the one" right up until the point she left. Now a 911 call has brought Wren back into his life and Grant is determined to get the answers about what went wrong and make things right again. He just has to convince her to really let him in this time. Perfectly written story with amazing characters, a nice flow, and a storyline that will capture your heart. This is a must read. I highly recommend it.
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    Laughter and romance

    Shannon Stacy has outdone herself again! I loved every second of reading this book and the amazing characters. Such a great book and story☺️
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    2.5stars

    Another Boston firefighter finds his love. And this time Grant finds her former girlfriend in the fire who bailed on him a few months ago without real reason. Wren is once again surrounded with the people that she left behind because of her past. But this time she is willing to take a second chance and starts a relationship with Grant without secrets. So they start to get to know eachother again and fall even deeper n love. If a book wasn't given me free from the publisher in exchange for a review I would feel robbed to buy such a bland, dull, empty story. It literary nothing significant happens. Wren doesn't fight Garet and treys to hide her secret when she is rescued from him. Grant just feels a little bit angry but it seems that that is not so strong reason to keep a distance from when they start dating and that is it. One time the horrible ex is making them a problem but the book has no suspense, no action and I am sorry because previous books were interesting to read. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Entertaining & Emotional

    With a dramatic start of the story, the second chance romance between Grant and Wren trigger all the feels from the readers, while trying to understand the reasons behind Wren running away previously, breaking Grant's heart. I'm a huge fan of Shannon Stacey's writing, there's so much to love about the regular people she writes about, whose lives and loves we get to know through her stories. There are tight families and friends who are closer than brothers, there are mature feelings, life challenges, and romance that is easy to relate to and believe in because of the life-like nature of it. The Boston Fire series has been a great addition to her resume, filled with passionate, vivid, true to life love stories. Grant and Wren are both old acquaintances to the readers of the series. The puzzling way Wren disappeared from Grant's life in the previous book baffled my mind and I was eagerly waiting for them to get a second chance to work things out between them. Grant is such a sweetheart of a hero, commanding alpha when needed, yet caring, loving, deeply feeling man, who is not afraid to talk about emotions and feelings and showing how much he cared for Wren and how broken he was when she left without any explanation. I loved him, felt for him, and cheered for him to find his happiness again. His close relationship with his family, as well as with the men in the firehouse, shows his characters and his values, the kind of man he is, and what he wants from life. His ability to forgive and move on from the hurt was the best part of the story, his willingness to give a second chance to Wren confirmed everything we had learned about him previously. Wren had made some bad choices in her past that had caused sorrow and pain to others as well. Some of her actions were truly just reactions to fear, and the author demonstrates Wren's reasons well and clearly, in a way that makes them understandable. Wren is such a beautiful person, she feels deeply, she cares passionately, yet all the brokenness inside her has left her reeling, in need of solid friendships and some who believes in her to be able to heal and feel complete, love freely, without fear of being left behind or punished for her feelings. Together, Grant and Wren were truly two parts of a whole, they belonged together, they had seamless chemistry with each other, they got each other, understood and accepted each other in a way that made them the perfect match for each other. The epilogue gave the impression that this might be the last book in the series, I hope not, as I have loved hanging out with guys and girls of the Boston Fire series, as it has been an entertaining, emotional, true to life type of series that has captured my heart. ~ Four Spoons
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    Second Chance at Love

    Wren and Grant’s second chance story contained a few of my favorite things; sexy, hot fireman, an independent, strong woman and a strong community of supportive and caring friends. I absolutely enjoyed Flare Up by Shannon Stacey, book six in her Boston Fire series. Wren ran away from the comfort and safety of Grant’s apartment after receiving a threatening phone call from her controlling, violent ex-boyfriend; figuring it was the only way to keep Grant safe. Grant was heartbroken and devastated that Wren left and basically ghosted him. He looked all over the city of Boston trying to find her, to no avail. It wasn’t until he was at a fire scene that he found her; almost unconscious in her apartment. After saving her Grant is not letting Wren push him away again. Despite the trust issues, Wren is hopeful that she and Grant can recover from her desertion and have a future together; that is, as long as her ex-boyfriend doesn’t locate them. Ms. Stacey wrote a wonderful, steamy, suspenseful and emotional story that is not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters. giving Wren and Grant a second chance at having a true love. I love that Grant has a community of friends from the fire station who accepted Wren as part of their family. I highly recommend Flare Up to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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