Ginelle Jinx, recently single, heartbroken, and unemployed, decides to cast an impotency spell on her cheating ex. She doesn’t expect the spell to have consequences, but her house catches on fire.
Five hunky firemen come to Ginelle’s rescue, one of them being Seth Tompson, her high school sweetheart. With one fire out, she finds old flames and new ones mingling as she indulges the pleasures her five firemen have on offer.
But what will happen when she realizes she still loves Seth? Does he feel the same? Can an old flame become a raging inferno?
Review: I have read a book by this author and decided to read another one. I hate to say that I didn’t see the cover of this book until after I read the book. I’m not saying that the covers are the only thing I look at when I read a book.
This book has just a touch of paranormal in it since Ginelle does a spell and this isn’t the first time. Ginelle has been going out with her boss and it goes on for awhile when she finds out that he has a wife. She wants to get back at him but doesn’t want to hurt his wife or his children. So she does a spell and ends up catching her kitchen on fire. I could say that it was a good thing because five sexy firemen come and put her fire out and when she see’s the person she never thought she would see again, another fire burns even hotter. Good thing that Seth Tompson feels the same way.
I will warn you that this book has M/M, M/M/F/M/M/M, M/F. It is really hot and you never expect any of this to happen when you first start reading the book. I almost needed a fire hose of my own. I sit and think about how many women would do this if they ever had the chance to do it? I would like to say yes I would do it. I also think it would be hard because I am so shy. I guess true love never dies no matter how long it’s been since you saw the person.
This book will be staying on my kindle in case I just need a little read to pick me up. It was a short story and I like to read short one’s every once in a while. Good thing reading books like this one doesn’t make me blush.