Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre
Blurb: Jack and Reece have known Christina since high school, but she's never shown a preference for one or the other. Unwilling to risk destroying their lifelong friendship, neither man has confessed his feelings for her.
Christina is the girl no one notices. At least that's what she thinks. She's in love with Reece and Jack, but they treat her only as a friend. Besides, apart from the fact that neither has romantic notions, she'd never be able to choose between them if they did.
But a devastating bushfire and the tragic loss of their homes and many neighbors' highlights how precious life is and how important it is to grasp the happiness you want. The relationship that grows is one none of them had previously thought possible, but will it survive the condemnation of more conservative social conventions?
Review: This is a story that once finished, you feel as if you’ve been on a journey with the characters. There was plot, great characters, risk and reward. The opening pages are heart-pounding action. The descriptions are vivid, dangerous, and held me hostage as I devoured the words. I was scared with Christina. You could feel the scene building in intensity, knowing that something big was about to happen and then it does. I can only imagine the terror at knowing homes are being destroyed, but also that lives are being lost. Oh, I just ached as I read. But then there is Reese and Jack and the development of the love story is erotically sweet. The sexual components are hotter than the fire, but the tenderness between them will make your heart swoon. I really enjoyed reading Fire. I liked that as much attention was given to the characters and the “story” as there was to the sex. This is an excellent story and one I didn’t want to put down.
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