Book Review → Light Her Fire

23280504Title: Light Her Fire
Author: Samanthe Beck
Series: Private Pleasures
Publication Date: October 20th, 2014

Synopsis: He’ll show this good girl the thrill of being bad…

Good girl Melody Merritt is ready to be bad. Fresh out of an unsatisfying ten-year engagement to the town golden boy, she’s determined to make up for lost time. And who better to burn her sterling reputation to the ground than Bluelick’s sinfully sexy new fire chief whose wicked gaze promises complete and utter domination? Yes, please.

Corrupting the prim and proper Little Miss Bluelick is the most action Josh Bradley’s seen since he transferred from Cincinnati to fast-track his career. He won’t let anything or anyone—not even the delectable Melody Merritt—trap him in this Kentucky-fried Mayberry, but when their searing chemistry yields an unexpected result, he realizes he’s started a blaze that’s completely beyond his control.

Review: Samanthe Beck is one of my favorite authors, I have thoroughly enjoyed every single one of her books, and when I found out that she was writing for this one I couldn’t wait for it! This definitely lived up to expectations, Beck has this amazing talent at making her characters real, and getting me invested in them early. She also had the knack of getting a good balance between plot and sex, there’s not too much or little of either, and it makes the story that much more enjoyable.

We met Josh and Melody briefly in Private Practice, Josh intrigued me a bit but I was a little leery of Melody. She appeared to have mean girl written all over her, and it was so good to get to know her in this book and find out how wrong that first perception of her is. These two had such amazing chemistry, but not just that, they had some incredible banter.

I really enjoyed this book, I couldn’t put it down. And when it was over all I wanted to do was read it all over again! I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series, Falling for the Enemy.

Stars: ★★★★★
Recommendation: Go for it
I received an ARC of this book from Entangled Publishing on Netgalley. This in no way affected my review.

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