The party never ends on the Las Vegas strip, but neither does the danger. Officer Everly is new to the beat, having recently relocated to Vegas from Los Angeles. Foot patrol on The Strip is a demanding assignment because he’s up close and personal with the public. But what he’d really like to do is get up close and personal with Station 32’s hunky fireman, Trent Marshall.
Trent has been a fireman for over ten years and is dedicated to his job. He’s built tough and is a no-nonsense man of few words. At a local blood drive, Trent meets the handsome new officer on foot patrol, but won’t let himself get too close. He’s lost love before when his policeman lover was killed in the line of fire.
During an emergency, Trent’s over-protective instincts kick in when he believes Shawn is in harm’s way. He ends up embarrassing and angering Shawn in front of their fellow officers, which seems as though it will end any hope of Trent having a chance with the young man he can’t push from his mind.
Shawn can’t decide whether he wants to punch or kiss Trent. Kissing wins. Once they spend some time together away from the stresses of their jobs, they find that they’re not just compatible—they’re combustible.
But Trent can’t seem to accept that there are hazards that come with working in law enforcement. Right as they’re discovering how much they mean to one another, the danger escalates on The Strip. The underground vigilante group, The Citizens Against Immorality, have raised the stakes. Will Shawn and Trent be their next targets?
Morticia Knight has a new series, Sin City Uniforms and the first book All Fired Up, set my e-reader aflame and my heart pitter patter. A sexy police officer and an alpha fireman~ what more could any reader ask for?
Ms. Knight hit the mark as Trent and Shawn continuously encounter each other at the same crime scenes, only to have firefighter Trent alpha-out on Shawn. Embarrassment aside, Shawn was willing to forge a relationship with Trent and let the chips fall where they may.
All Fired Up dove into insecurities and difficulties of the job, when the main characters were both first responders. Trent had his own demons to tackle, and lucky for him Shawn was willing to give him the space to figure out his priorities.
Ms. Knight never fails to deliver a wonderfully written story, whether it’s historical or contemporary, her books should not be missed.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review