Nothing ignites a fire like the perfect match…
Anna Weber is every inch the proper librarian—old-fashioned, conservatively dressed right down to her tightly clipped flaming red hair. She's just moved to a small Texas town, and is determined to spend time with her friend before she has to disappear. Relationships aren’t easy for her. She knows too well what it means to be burned. And the last thing she ever wants to do is fall in love…
Especially not with a fireman who's hot enough to set the entire state of Texas on fire.
Cowboy can't resist the fiery little librarian, and he's determined to make her his. Beneath that prim-and-proper exterior is a woman he very much wants to know—if she'd let him. She'll test his patience. His control. Hell, his very sanity. And for the first time, Cowboy wonders if he's found the one fire he can't control...
I pretty much figured I was going to like this from the very beginning. And I did. I loved the dichotomy between Cowboy and Anna, and I very much enjoyed seeing the characters from the first book again.
There are funny moments, even if they are a bit over the top, I love them no less. It made me laugh, and well, who doesn't want to laugh?
I did take issue with the constant reminder of Cowboy's "playboy" reputation and it being thrown in his face. Something was bugging me the whole last part of the book and I can't quite put my finger on what it was exactly. It absolutely could be residual from the playboy reputation thing, but whatever it was rubbed me wrong.
For what it's worth, I still enjoyed the book a great deal and it is well worth the read.
Alison Bliss grew up in Small Town, Texas, but currently resides in the Midwest with her husband and two sons. With so much testosterone in her home, it's no wonder she writes "girl books." She believes the best way to know if someone is your soul mate is by canoeing with them because if you both make it back alive, it's obviously meant to be. Alison pens the type of books she loves to read most: fun, steamy love stories with heart, heat, laughter, and usually a cowboy or two. As she calls it, "Romance...with a sense of humor."