My Dallas Fire & Rescue Kindle World is an amazing world filled with the action and suspense of fighting fires and the drama of saving lives, combined with the intimacy of those moments when the heroes and heroines are brought together amid the danger.
From battling huge blazes all across the city to saving accident victims to working with all forms of law-enforcement, Dallas Fire & Rescue explores every facet of heroic action and romantic adventure. And the stories don’t necessarily have to be tied to the Dallas area, either. They could just as easily take place anywhere, as long as there’s some tie to Station 58 and the men and women who work there.
With heroic firefighters and life-saving paramedics, the possibilities for stories are limitless, and I’m excited about other authors writing in the world I love so much.
A firefighter goes on a drinking binge after watching a young girl fall to her death. He is sent to rehab where he meets a park ranger that changes his outlook on life. This story was cute and quick. There were a lot of places I could have used some more explaining of things. It goes really fast.
|What I look for in a good firefighter romance. (I’ve read a few, I’ve got requirements). 1. I like when they are really firefighters and you get to see the action, the thrill ride of putting out the fires. If they say they’re firefighters but none of the fire fighting happens in the book, I will feel cold and sad. Give me the thrill. 2. Accuracy is important. I want to feel like I am getting inside information about the world inside the firehouse. I want the terminology to be there. It adds authenticity. 3. Hot, steamy romance.
What I love about Paige Tyler’s series and Valerie’s addition to her world is they contain all of my requirements to make the books awesome.
This was a fantastic addition to the Dallas Fire & Rescue world. Connor is a dragon/ firefighter, summoned to Dallas to investigate arson. He stumbles upon his estranged mate and can’t resist her pull. They have a fantastic chemistry. We have a little role reversal here with Connor being the one a bit more romantic and Jenna being the one pushing him away and not wanting their bond. You could tell the book was well researched. The chemistry between the dragon and his mate was off the charts. I’m absolutely loving this and cannot wait for more from this series!
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This story was a pretty good read. We have a classic manwhore out to screw his way through the city, until he meets that one girl who changes it all. It was an enjoyable read, but I would have liked the story to be fleshed out more. There are jumps in time (always labeled, so it is noted) that made me wish I knew what happened in the in-between. There is also one specific event at the end that happens, but we don’t get a full resolution for (such as a why or what happened to the other person).
This is my second favorite story in the DFR Kindle World. I was a little apprehensive about the BDSM club, but the story was pretty well written. The men were hot and likable. We have Austin, a chef who wanted to be a firefighter until his leg was injured. He repays the men of the firehouse by cooking for them once a month. This is where he meets the FBI agent tracking a serial killer. The story is gripping. The bad guy is so creepy. I’d look for more books by this author.
Silver James, Blood & Fire 3 stars
This was pretty good. Celie is a paramedic with DFR and is summoned home to marry a rival pack member (which she is assured will form a truce between packs). Rhys is a wolf/ bounty hunter, tasked with hunting the very man Celie is to marry. When the men’s similar names makes it easy for Rhys to pretend he’s Reece, he finds that Celie is his true mate. The pack and their archaic ways definitely will have you siding with Celie. There is a lot of action to this story. I wished very much that the timeline played out more smoothly. When Rhys discovers that Celie is his mate, I was rooting for them to get together and for him to be honest about his idenitity. The story was kind of too quick to form a deep connection with the characters, but the constant action kept the story moving and interesting.
I received an advance copy for review.