Fan the Flames
By Katie Ruggle
Search and Rescue, book 2
Category: Romance Mystery
Overall Rating: 4
- Captivation: 4
- Sizzle: 3.5
- Romance: 4.5
- Enjoyment: 4
- Literacy: 4
Book Description: As a Motorcycle Club member and firefighter, Ian Walsh is used to riding the line between the good guys and the bad. He may owe the Club his life, but his heart rests with his fire station brothers…and with the girl he’s loved since they were kids, Rory Sorenson. Ian would do anything for Rory. He’d die for her. Kill for her. Defend her to his last breath—and he may just have to.
Every con in the Rockies knows Rory is the go-to girl for less-than-legal firearms, and for the past few years, she’s managed to keep the peace between dangerous factions by remaining strictly neutral. But when she defends herself against a brutal attack, Rory finds herself catapulted into the center of a Motorcycle Club war—with only Ian standing between her and a threat greater than either of them could have imagined
Captivation: I did find this book interesting. It took me a few days to read, so it didn’t catch my attention as much as the first book. It was, however, still a good read.
Sizzle: They physical relationship between the two characters was spine tingling once the frustrating tension wore off. As with the other books in the series, there was a nice, steady build to the relationship before the physical aspect started up.
Romance: I really liked the building relationship between the two main characters. Took me a while to figure out why they were taking so long, but once I understood what was happening with both of them, it really made a lot of sense.
Enjoyment: I didn’t enjoy this book as much as the first, but I did find the personalities of the characters and the book plot interesting.
Literacy: Once again, no complaints. This author’s books seem to have a consistency in both layout and professional writing.
Overall, this was a another good book read from author Katie Ruggle. Thought I didn’t feel it was as good as the first, it’s still definitely worth reading. This book also goes on my read again shelf.