Hidden Fire by Jo Davis
Date Read: November 2011
Genre: Romance, Suspense
Justin Salvatore has earned his reputation as a ladies' man, but chasing women is also a way to outrun a terrible secret. Then he meets defense attorney Grace McKenna, a beautiful ice-queen more than willing to give Julian her body, even if he can't seem to melt her heart... But when a series of murders rocks Nashville, Julian is targeted by the killer. As he comes face to face with demons, he and Grace must race to uncover the terrible truth-or become the next victims...
Series: Firefighters of Station Five #3
Also by this author: Trial by Fire, Under Fire, Ride the Fire, Line of Fire br> br>
Also in this series: Trial by Fire, Under Fire, Ride the Fire, Line of Fire
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Overall Rating 4.00
(I am really digging these Firefighters)
NOTE: I am kind of doing a series review for these so that is why they are so short and to the point!
Review: I have been looking forward to Julian’s story since Six-Pack’s book. I really think that Julian was the most misunderstood character in the series and his story did not disappoint. In Hidden Fire Jo Davis tackles some very serious issues with tenderness and Grace (both the character and the attribute). This was just a fantastic love story that had some very intense moments. I enjoyed the mystery in Hidden Fire but felt it was wrapped up a little to quickly. Overall this was a fantastic addition to the series.
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