Sunday, April 19, 2015

Flirting with Fire (Hot in Chicago #1) by Kate Meader

Luke Almeida will always have his family's back. Although, sometimes it places him in the hot spot. After a fight with policeman that ended up on Youtube he's suspended and he will need to follow the rules the Mayor Eli Cooper and his new assistant press secretary Kinsey want. Playing nice is not in his plans especially if the cop deserved that and much more. His attraction to Kinsey is the last straw.

“Well, I just got off my shift and I have forty-eight hours free ahead of me. Usually I sleep the first twelve, but if you need me sooner, sweetheart, I suppose I can rework my schedule.”

Kinsey Taylor moved from San Francisco to Chicago for a man. The man she was engaged to and who left her for a nurse. She is trying to do her best at work since her love life is a mess. Meeting Luke Almeida and getting to know him and his family can only mess up her future plans. Largely due to the sparks that come between Luke and her every time they are together. Nevertheless, she is not going to change her life goals for another man again or is she??

“That dark, disapproving, smoldering thing. It’s illegal in Europe, you know. Genetically modified eyes, that’s what you’ve got.” She squinted up at him. “They have to be fake. All that blue, like the Pacific Ocean out at Baker Beach.”

Flirting with Fire was a cute story, with interesting characters. 
Luke and Kinsey had great chemistry and an awesome banter. She was a spitfire and Luke was a sexy alpha. 
I love how the Demseys (Wyatt, Beckm Alex, Gage) became a family with an exceptional bond. I was intrigued by all of them and I can't wait to get to know them better. 
I hope Alex makes Eli suffer a little bit. I'm still mad about his behavior. A little begging will go a long way to make me like him.
I also enjoyed the side story of Gage (Baby Thor, LOL) and Brady. Their novella is going to be awesome...

“Screw the winter, baby. ’Cause I’ll always be here, keepin’ you warm.”

Cliffhanger: No 

4/5 Fangs
A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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