Make Me Burn

Bringing the Heat, #2

Wes and Jayce were brought together for the first time through their best friends, Ever and Simon. They had an instant explosive connection and then Jayce disappeared back into under cover work for six months. Wes moved on, even though he left a part of himself behind with Jayce; their connection was that strong. Now that Jayce is back he’s pursuing Wes as though they had an agreement, and that’s just making Wes mad. Can these two connect on all the levels necessary to have a happily ever after?

While things were cut and dried in Jayce’s mind, he kind of forgot to inform all involved parties. He still had some ambiguity and messiness from his past to clear up but he knew he and Wes belonged together. Anger spills over when he finds Wes didn’t wait for him. That resulted in some wicked sexy lovebite marking and possessive sex that about set my eyes on fire. As these two stumble down the primrose path to one another there are also snippets about Ever and Simon as well as Dominic, the man Wes tried to forget Jayce with. You must read the previous story or you will be totally lost. A well-worth your time read that keeps the story moving and sets anticipation high for another.


Book Blurb for Make Me Burn

It’s been months since Wes Dumont laid eyes on Jayce Santana. Since Jayce kissed him and then left town without a word. Wes tried hard to put the tattered pieces of his heart back together, but another failed relationship makes it clear he’s nowhere near over Jayce. Now Jayce is back, once again tilting Wes’ world on its axis and setting his blood boiling. All the anger and resentment doesn’t hide the hunger, but Wes has been burned before and he’s grown wary of Jayce’s intentions.

Jayce has been running, from Wes and himself, denying the future he sees in the depths of Wes’ eyes. His past still haunts him, but he’s back, ready to fight. Ready to claim Wes the way he should have. Only Wes isn’t making things easy. Both men just may go up in flames before Jayce convinces Wes he’s playing for keeps.


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2012 4.00