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    Loved!

    Shannon Stacey takes us back to the Boston firefighters we love making me so happy I could burst. Things heat up fast as firefighter Gavin Boudreau and EMT Cait Tasker find the spark between them too hot to contain. This is a nice slow build as they try to resist their connection and chemistry but it's just too strong. These two along with all the secondary characters are fantastic! There is humor, witty banter, and fun sexy times. All the things I love in my romances. I highly recommend this one.
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    3.5stars

    3.5stars Another story from Boston firefighter, this one is about Gavin and Cait. A story with a lot of family drama, tenderness and slowly falling in love. Bot Gavin and Cait are great characters. I really liked Gavin he had a good personality is a really caring person, I liked his way of thinking and the way he acted toward Cait, how he treated her. Cait was also carrying person maybe too much, that she forgot to care for herself, and that was in the end problem and almost the end between them. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly.
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    Love it!

    A genuinely real and emotional romance story that touched my heart. The characters are not only likable, they are relatable, they are solid, deeply feeling, kind and considerate people I loved hanging around with. The world the author has created is so down-to-earth realistic, that it could be the fire station around the corner from my house. The relationships in the firehouse, the teamwork, the camaraderie, is a warm, caring, competitive (in a positive way) place where people are comfortable and enjoy working in, and that atmosphere of positivity in face of challenges and exultations of life is transferred to the pages of the story. Gavin Boudreau and Cait Tasker have a sizzling, tangible chemistry between them. They balance each other, they match, they bring stability to each of their hearts and thus are perfect for each other, it is like coming home when they are in each other's arms. They have a lot in common with their jobs in the service. The way they love their families and set them above anything else, their generous and kind hearts, their professionalism sets them apart. No, they are not perfect, they are struggling just like any one of us, they have challenges, they have stubborn streak, they have room to learn and grow and develop as people, and I think that is what made it so easy to love them, to care for them, and to admire them, because they truly were so real, true-to-life, honest people with everyday challenges, triumphs, and joys. Shannon Stacey is one of my favorite authors, I have devoured every book of hers that I have gotten into my hands, and loved them. She writes from her heart and it shows. The characters feel like dear friends and the world they live in like my old neighborhood. I savored every word of the story, wanting to linger in that creation the author had drawn with her words. The tough choices and sacrifices Cait has made for her family touched my heart, the struggles Gavin and Cait have with building their relationship were heartfelt and true. The danger the first responders face, the fear of possible peril the firefighters might experience was palpable, even brought me to tears at times. But mostly Hot Response made me smile, laugh, sigh, and fan my face while blushing cause the kitchen is not for just dancing anymore... An absolutely fantastic story, and series, that I can highly recommend ~ Five Spoons!
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    Still loving this series

    Firefighter Gavin Boudreau and EMT Cait Tasker often find themselves on scene together and the encounters are a bit prickly. He has no idea what he did to get on her wrong side and his buddies at the station give him no end of grief. When they finally resolve that issue, what’s left is the potential of a promising relationship. This was an easy story where we see two people tentatively beginning a relationship, careful with each other as they get to know one another. The main conflict is Cait’s family whose need caused her to return home to help her recently widowed mother cope with her grief while dealing with a teenaged half brother. I enjoyed how the two of them took the time to forge a meaningful relationship and how the conflicts weren’t overblown. There’s not a lot of drama (thankfully), just two mature people coping with life’s challenges. I also liked seeing the realities of their work life, the lows and the highs and their emotional impacts. I’m still enjoying this series and particularly this story. The focus on family, work lives of firefighters and emergency response teams and the people supporting them is what interests me most. It’s what I was looking for in choosing the series and it continues to deliver. It’s a good story with characters I not only liked but admired. The narrator also was ideal for the story and I really liked her decisions about how to define the characters. Highly recommend the audio format. (I received an advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review)
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    4 Star Hunky Firefighter!

    Hot Response is the 4th book in Shannon Stacey's Boston Fire series. I had read the first two books in this series awhile back. I went back and read their book descriptions to refresh my memory. Although, you don't need to have read the previous books to enjoy this one. Cait and Gavin meet while they are both on the job. Cait is an EMT and Gavin is a firefighter. Things start a little rough for them but they get things cleared up pretty quickly. I liked that they didn't dance around each other for half the book and deny their feelings. I also like that Cait was able to be a strong, smart, stable, and independent person without being TSTL sometimes. I also liked that she was the one to make the first move. Cait had to move back in with her mother and brother after the death of her step-father. They seem to need her an awfully lot and Gavin thinks Cait is only enabling them. You'll just have to read to see how things work out! While there isn't a ton of actual firefighting and EMT scenes, there are enough to keep you entertained. I really enjoyed this book. There was romance, some suspense, and even some humor! My only negative comment would be that the ending was quick. Yes there was an epilogue but I would have liked more. Thank you NetGalley for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.
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