It looks like my first read of Michele Dunaway is a runaway hit in my opinion. Reading a book just for the pleasure of it with no expectations sure brought me immense satisfaction and looks like Michele Dunaway will be on my to-continue-to-read list.
Mr. September aka Joe Marino sure knows how to seduce a woman with his infamous Marino charm and pure dedication to his job as a firefighter. Being photographed for the Sexy Public Servants Charity Calendar may not be his forte, but it brings him in contact with Taylor Krebs, the photographer.
Taylor is trying to make a life of her own as she completes her photography project and sustain her photography business. Putting behind her the crazy past she had with her possessive ex-boyfriend, she definitely is not looking to hook up with the gorgeous firefighter that everyone seems to love and respect.
Yet sparks fly between Joe and Taylor. Love doesn’t send an invitation seeking permission, and working closely together to spearhead Joe’s pet project for the Burns Recovery Support Group only makes it harder for them to ignore their feelings. Passion ignites stoking their desire and the entire Marino family supports the relationship with warmth and gusto. But Joe and Taylor have a few hang-ups and insecurities to work out, before they can hope for a future.
“Burning For You” is one of most sweetest and enchanting books I’ve read. Taylor with her will power to be independent, her big heart as she helps families deal with the death of loved ones through her camera, is a strong and tenacious lady looking for love and stability and you can’t help but like her. Joe as the savior, loving son and protective brother is just perfect as guilt and physical shortcomings just make him even more endearing.
Michele Dunaway does a super nice job of developing this enchanting love story with Joe and Taylor. There is so much warmth, love, friendship and support in this book, it flows in the pages and stays with us for a long time.
Burning For You will burn the shelves on April 7, 2015
Received a copy from St. Martin’s Press via NetGalley for an honest review.