"HOT romance with scorching HOT firefighters"
Reviewed by Helen Williams
Posted May 7, 2019
Romance Contemporary | Romance Erotica Sensual
HOT TO THE TOUCH is the first book in the new series Brotherhood by
Fire by Jaci Burton. This story starts out with three
homeless teenagers looking for shelter for the night by
entering an old abandoned house. Jackson is the oldest of
the three and thinks of Rafe and Kal as his brothers. They
may not be brothers by blood but have a!ways looked out for
each other. That fateful night in the abandoned house will
change their lives forever when they end of up being trapped
when that house catches fire. On that night they meet the
man who will become their father and make them a family in
the truest form. This story reminded me how fortunate I am
to have food and shelter -- not worrying about where I will
sleep and what I will eat. Reading about young kids who are
homeless with no place to go is really heartbreaking and an
eye-opener. Jaci Burton does a wonderful job of raising
awareness about young people and homelessness. It's also a
hot romance with some scorching hot firefighters.
Firefighter Jackson Donovan feels very fortunate that he and
his brothers were rescued as teenagers by firefighter Josh
Donovan that night and later adopted by Josh and Laurel --
making them a family. Jackson tries not to look back on
those days. But those memories will return when they are
called out to a fire. They end of rescuing Becks Benning
after her tattoo shop and home burn down. Rafe and Kal
immediately recognize Becks as one of the kids that was part
of their homeless group. Jackson doesn't remember Becks, but
she remembers him because she had a huge crush on him.
Jackson is not too thrilled when Rafe and Kal decide to
invite Becks to live with them until she finds another
place. He may not remember the teenage Becks but the
grown-up Becks is smoking hot and hard to resist. Starting a
relationship and reminiscing brings up memories that Jackson
would rather forget. But in order to move forward Jackson
will have to come to terms with some painful memories. The
love between these three brothers and their parents is
wonderful to read about. Becks has such an open heart when
she still looks out for those kids who are still homeless
and how she helps Jackson to come to terms with the past.
Love burns white-hot in this first scorching romance in
an all-new trilogy about a family of firefighters from the
New York Times bestselling author of the Play-by-Play
novels and the Hope series.
Firefighter Jackson Donovan doesn't look back--as a rule. So
when his past comes roaring back to life in the form of
not-so-damsel-in-distress Becks Benning, the last thing he
wants to do is relive old times. No matter how tempting she
makes it seem...
Now thanks to his two interfering brothers, Becks is living
with them while she looks for a new place and tries to pick
up the pieces of her tattoo business that went up in flames.
Which means a grown up, smokin' hot Becks is in his house,
sharing meals, and digging up old wounds. And despite his
better judgement, the more time he spends with this smart,
artistic, incredible woman the more he wants her in his
bed--and his future.
Becks always had it bad for Jackson. Unfortunately for her,
not much has changed--he's still honorable, hard-working,
sexy as sin--and closed off. But there's more than one way
to get to a man's heart and if Jackson doesn't want to
recall old memories, she'll just have to help him make new
ones. Because now that she's found Jackson again, she's not
letting him go.
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