Title: Inflame: Midnight Cove #1
Author: Laramie Briscoe
Publisher: Laramie Briscoe Books
Publication Date: March 9, 2019
Pages: 132 pages
Price: Kindle eBook $2.99 link to order – https://amzn.to/2Usmzyi
Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43625699-inflame
BookBub Link: https://www.bookbub.com/books/inflame-midnight-cove-book-1-by-laramie-briscoe
Since my divorce five years ago, these are the two labels I’ve identified with. Now, I’m ready for more. Ready to give dating a shot, even with an eight-year-old daughter and twenty-four hour shifts needing my attention.
When Sydney has a snow-day and we have an epic malfunction in the kitchen, we decide to head to the breakfast joint we’ve frequented for years.
Except today something is different.
Our normal waitress, Emma, isn’t all baggy clothes and ducking her head to keep me from seeing her face. Today? Today I feel like I see her for the first time, and damned if our gazes don’t ignite a heat I’ve only felt while on the job.
A●R●C – I was given Inflame: Midnight Cove Book #1 by Laramie Briscoe as an Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) from Give Me Book Promotions. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book.
Thank you Laramie Briscoe, Inflame: Midnight Cove Book #1 I loved it!
Ash AKA Ashford McKinley, single Dad and Firefighter extraordinaire is lonely in his personal life, he has his daughter Sydney, his parents, friends and guys he works with but no one special. Then when he was taking Syd to breakfast on a snow day from school he sees Emma, I mean really sees her, she’s known Ash since high school and has had a huge crush on him since, but Emma never felt right in her own skin, she’s a shy girl wearing oversized clothes to hide behind. Emma works two jobs a couple days a week she works at the Midnight Cove Library and as a morning waitress at Bridget’s café where the tips from the morning rush help her doing her secret passion making artistic cupcakes and cookies, she has an Instagram page for them but still scared to pursue making her dream job her reality.
Ash leaves her his number to text or call leaving the ball in her court and she takes it and texts him she’s not like he thought she would be she has more confidence then he thought, and he likes it, a lot!
Their chemistry is scorching hot! Love the characters, the story line, love 6-year-old Sydney’s character, her need for female role model and how her Mom is trying to step back into her Mom role.
Thank you again Laramie Briscoe for this witty story, it was a quick read, loved it
Thank you and Happy Reading!