by Kate Meader
Series: Hot in Chicago #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Purchase: Amazon | B&N
Actor Molly Cade, America’s fallen sweetheart, finally has her shot at a Hollywood comeback with a dramatic new role as a tough-as-nails firefighter that promises to propel her back to the big time and restore her self-respect.
Wyatt Fox, resident daredevil at Engine Co. 6, needs a low-key job to keep him busy while he recovers from his latest rescue stunt. Consulting on a local movie shoot should add just enough spark to his day. Especially when in struts Molly Cade: the woman who worked his heart over good, and then left him in the Windy City dust.
Their story is straight out of a script: irrepressible, spunky heroine meets taciturn, smoldering hero. But these two refuse to be typecast, and when the embers of an old love are stoked, someone is bound to get burned…
Sparking the Fire is the third and final book in the Hot in Chicago series by Kate Meader. I have had a blast spending time with the Dempsey family and their antics. Wyatt Fox, the oldest and most reserved of the bunch gets a second chance romance.
Espresso Review: Sparking the Fire was delicious and filled with heart, tender moments and heated scenes that left me breathless.
After being injured during a rescue in the previous book, Wyatt is assigned as a consulting for a local movie shoot, starring Molly Cade. The two share a history that was scorching hot and delicious to hear about. The chemistry was sizzling between them and I loved Meader’s telling of their story.
Wyatt is the calm force and protector of the family, unlike his siblings he avoids the limelight. I loved getting the details of his childhood, brother and history with Molly. Did I mention he is bearded throughout much of the story and ladies the man is F-I-N-E fine. Molly is a force to be reckoned with and seeing these two go head to head was a blast. Their emotions and actions felt genuine. Meader led me through a gamut of emotions from laughter to swoons.
The romance was sweet as these two worked out their baggage and discovered what really matters. Their interaction was fun and filled with snark, head-butting and “awe” moments. Oh, man the kisses were Hot. Meader kept the drama and angst on the low side while allowing both characters to grow. The story flowed naturally, allowing me to slip into the story and become a part of their world. I so want to be Dempsey. They are loud, loving and will always have your six.
Meader of course gives us more time with the Dempseys and even introduces a new character who added warmth and highlighted how tight this family truly is. I loved every moment from outrageous Gage to talks of pop culture movies.
For fans of siblings, family and red-hot romances with men and women in uniform the Hot in Chicago series and Sparking the Fire are sure to heat up your nights and melt your heart.
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