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    Loved this book!!!!

    **Received ARC for a fair and honest review** Into the Fire is the second book in the Compass Boys series, this could be read as a standalone, however it is best read in order IMHO. I'd rate this book at 5 stars!! I loved this book, from beginning to end it kept me interested, no lagging, and no unnecessary extra filler or repetition. This book has just the right amount of storyline, little bit of humor, action, drama and romance. If you are familiar with the other Compass series, you will get to see some of those characters in the book, which I love! This book will take you on a rollercoaster of emotions, you may want a box of kleenex handy also. I really enjoyed the characters. Loved Ivy/Scout/Doc and James/Jamie/Cowboy, they had great chemistry and there was definitely just the right amount of hot and steaminess going on! Loved the sub-characters in the book, and really liked Ivy's dad Roscoe. I had a hard time putting this book down. I'm thinking it will probably be my favorite of all of them, but will have to see when the next stories come out, which I can't wait for!!! Hope this helps! Happy Reading!!!
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    Love those Compass Boys!!!

    This is book 2 in the Compass Boys series and it features James and Ivy. Half rancher and half smokejumper, James thought he had it all figured out. He thought his life was perfectly balanced. That is until he met Ivy. Because of a past tragedy Ivy didn’t date smokejumpers… EVER! I love those strong bullheaded female characters. This is a sweet romance that’ll break your heart a few times, so keep those tissues close. Along with the heartbreak there’s a lot of sizzle and some pretty amazing family time going on. This is a great story line with awesome characters! This is my first Compass book and now I need to go back and read all the previous books in the each of the Compass series.
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    Learning to let go

    I enjoyed the characters in this story. Of course I actually have read the oriupfathers, then the one with the daughters. For some reason I enjoy these books better than the ones the author’s write separately. I did think the female charcter took a little too long to grow up....
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    Into the Fire

    What an entertains read. The resident lothario falls head long down the path to love and finds the true meaning of life. It’s really a lovely heartwarming love story.
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    Another Compton finds his other half

    Like father, like son, but still his own person. We get the story of James, son of Seth, named for his granddad's James and Thomas, and fighting to get out from under the shadow and be his own person. He starts out on the wrong path, but is quickly set straight and finds peace in splitting time between being home and being on his own All of that stops when he meets Ivy, and while she can easily fit into his home, and his own, she can't escape the pain associated with his own away from home. It makes him think, re-evaluate, and make some choices for himself, not Ivy, not his dad, but for James All these Compton's are sweet and sexy, and James is no exception, and he meets his perfect match in Ivy!
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