Review: Ignite Me , Fireman - Sylvia Fox - December 2016
After reading Mentor Me, Professor and discovering it a
bit too much for me as it contained Age Play. I was a little hesitant to read
Ignite Me, Fireman but am glad I did as compared to Mentor Me, Professor; this was much more of a romance book
and also played out more realistically as one could imagine if this situation
could occur. Poppy has always been a good girl and not breaking the
rules, with her parents away she decides to have a few friends around. What
started as an innocent group of friends having a good time ends up in a
full-blown party. One thing leads to another,
and the house is soon engulfed in flames.
Enter Blaze Marshall - an appropriate
name for a firefighter. Blaze is also Poppy's fathers best friend. Being the
good friend, he offers Poppy to stay with him at his cabin until her parents get
back. Poppy has always had a crush on Blaze and feels like her dreams have come
true. During her stay, her dreams come true as the pair start a romantic
relationship. What will happen though when reality hits and Poppy must now face
her parents? Was this just a fling or is there something more brewing? Of course, Poppy's father reacts like any Dad would when
they discover their best friend sleeping with their daughter and separates the
pair. Though we all know that true love can't be
extinguished like a fire and that if they are meant to be, they will always
find a way. Will Poppy's parents ever accept Blaze dating their
daughter or can this just stay a passing attraction?
Find out in Ignite Me, Fireman who was a Sweet Older Man/ Younger Woman romance set with the
perfect backdrop of a mountain cabin and snow.
It can't get any more romantic than that, can it?