Monday, January 16

Blodeuedd's Monday Review: Melting Point by Kate Meader

By: Kate Meader

Narrated by: John Solo

Series: Hot in Chicago

Length: 3 hrs and 31 mins

Release date: 01-17-23

Contemporary romance / to review

Good narration, he does make it work so well, and gives good voices to them. It gets hot, it gets romantic.

I should listen to more novellas. They are so fast and short!

In this one we meet Gage and Brady. They used to be something, but Brady was scarred from his time in the military. This time is is Brady that realises that he really wants this and decides to show Gage that he can be the man for him.

Short yes, but they have a long story behind them so that they finally manages to get to get together and get their HEA is believable.

Firefighter Gage Simpson has it all: the job of his dreams, the family of his heart, and no shortage of hot guys lining up to share his bed. “Fun and easy” is his motto—and it’s kept him sunny through a painful upbringing and steered him away from trouble. But when trouble comes knocking in the form of a sexy, scarred, tattooed chef with a harrowing past and zero communication skills, Gage can’t help but be drawn to the flame.

Brady Smith isn’t fun. And easy isn’t in his vocabulary. When cocky Gage swaggers into his restaurant kitchen, the former Marine-turned-five-star-chef is blindsided by the firefighter’s beauty. Then confused that this golden guy with the sparkling blue eyes and the body of a god might be interested in him. As desire flares and temperatures rise, Gage and Brady will have to figure out if the heat between them is just a temporary flash—or the beginning of something real.


Melliane said...

I don't read a lot of novellas but it looks nice

Carole Rae said...

Love I'll have to check this out ;)

Sophia Rose said...

I read a hockey romance by her and it was hot stuff, too. I do like the idea of a firefighter and a chef.

Blodeuedd said...

Every time I thought I am keeping up, I am late