This story is so much more than hot men though the hot men are great. There is coming to terms with grief and learning about yourself and exploring new things. This is the second book in this series but you don’t need to read the first to enjoy it and follow the story. Each fireman is interesting and will keep your interest. In fact, they are hotter than the fire they put out. However, the dangers of their job are also apparent so it’s not all fun and games. The emotions between all of the characters come across the page so that you actually feel them. You are part of the story and not just looking in. There are some references to BDSM but there are no hard core scenes. This is a male/male romance but it felt like so much more and will be relatable to anyone who has ever dated. Do I ask? Will he take offence? How far can I go? These are such universal questions. I absolutely loved this story and how it played out. Hoyt and Noah weren’t so much about following the rules as they were exploring where their feeling and desires would lead them. This is a great romance.
Noah hasn’t driven the Camaro he bought to the firehouse since he’d own it. It belonged to Danny and after Danny died in a fire his widow sold it. Everyone in the firehouse had worked on the car is some way though. But, on the way to the firehouse the car started acting up and quite working while in an intersection. Noah knows he needs to take it to the shop to be looked at. While he expected to find a mechanic there he didn’t expect to feel drawn to him. What is going on?
When your heart is stuck in the wrong gear, a quick fix isn't going to cut it.
Firehouse 69, Book 2
When Noah buys a classic '68 Camaro from a fellow firefighter's widow, he hopes it will ease some of the grief crushing his heart. But the grinding noise under the car's hood sends him straight to a mechanic. Something about the burly, imposing Hoyt sparks Noah's interest, and it's not just Hoyt's ice-blue eyes and bad-boy biker looks. It's the mutual interest they have--Club LaForge.
After losing his partner to cancer a year ago, Hoyt never thought he'd feel the same kind of rush with another man. But his reaction to Noah throbs deep in his body like the rumble of his Harley.
LaForge seems like the perfect place to meet and work off some sorrow, to feel alive again. But the flood of desire quickly gets hot enough to melt their emotional barriers into unexpected connections.
Connections Hoyt isn't sure he's ready for...especially since history has a scary way of repeating itself.
Warning: Get your motor running for a Harley-riding hunk of muscle who doesn't give a damn about the rules of being a Dom, and a firefighter who can take the heat. Buy a case of your favorite coolant. You're gonna need it.