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Thursday, December 8, 2011

A Whole Lot of Fire by JA Blaze

A Whole Lot of Fire by JA Blaze
Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press, Sapphire Nights
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (18 pgs)
Other: M/M, anal sex
Rating: 2.5 cherries
Reviewed by Nymphaea

There’s nothing this firefighter isn’t willing to do to satisfy his man. When Stan Sanders strolls into David’s massage shop, he only has one thing on his mind, sex. Stan’s a firefighter who is not afraid of a little heat. David’s willing to put his shop on the line to give the firefighter of his dreams a day he’ll never forget.

Two men, massage oil and a little hanky-fire-panky. What a great combo!

I love a good MM story. One that draws me in and makes me want to know more about the characters. This book's blurb snagged me. I wanted to know how the author would pull the story together in such a short amount of pages. I have to say it was hot. The interplay between the characters was HAWT. I felt it and wanted to see what would happen after the story.

There were just a couple of things that held me back a bit from really enjoying the story. There were a few moments where, as much as I felt like I was in the story, there were little chunks where it was more like I was seeing all from the outside. Word choices and point of view changes that jarred me and made me reread to figure out who was feeling what. Other places were telly. I wanted description, sure, but I wanted to be shown the story. I didn't really get much of Stan's point of view on things and I wished I had because I'd love to have known what was going through his head.

Still, there's a lot of heat in this story. Put two men in a massage situation and there are plenty of sparks. Dave's feelings for Stan are believable and I rooted for them. I liked how he took things to the next level and enticed Stan. I read it over and over simply enjoying the interplay.

If you want a hot story guaranteed to melt the screen, then you need a copy of A Whole Lot of Fire.

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