Review: Flameover by Esther E. Schmidt

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Published Aug. 2020

 

Little white lies never hurt anyone, right?

A spur of the moment decision and a little white lie leaves Kain Lawson clueless and wanting more after a one-night stand. Four years later, Kain finds his lie coming back to haunt him.

 

After her father’s death, Leontine is left to deal with the company he left behind and to cope with her stress, she decides to move to Sunnyville. The same town where the hot firefighter from her one-night stand lives. The little white lie Leontine told might not seem so white when covered in soot from the fire he just rescued her, and her daughter, from.

 

A fire throws them back together, but the heat might be too much with an arsonist risking their lives. Can they overcome the little white lies they’re both guilty of? When fire burns hot, there’s no stopping the ravenous outcome. Unless there’s a firefighter involved.

 

Esther E. Schmidt’s Flameover is a fast-paced, biker crossover, romantic suspense, standalone romance written in K. Bromberg’s Everyday Heroes Worlds project. 

 

May be spoilers:

Flameover is part of the Everyday Heroes Worlds. It has 12 chapters with an epilogue and is about Kain and Leontine.

Kain is Broke and Roan’s adopted son. He’s part of Broken Deeds MC and he’s a firefighter.

I recommend reading Broke so you can read about his parents and Depay so you can read about his biological father.

Kain is very rich and just wants to be liked for himself and not because of what he has.

He meets Leontine at his hotel. Instalust right off the bat. He doesn’t give her his real name and she’s gone in the morning.

Thankfully, we don’t have to wait as the 4 years took place off page.

They meet again when he’s one of the firefighters who rescue her and her daughter.

She’s been through a lot and just lost her father and is trying to keep his business going.

I love that he’s all about her and their daughter.

She’s been celibate since him. Now it doesn’t come out and say that he’s been celibate or been with anyone else. He did make a comment that no one caught his attention, so I take that to mean that he hasn’t been with anyone else, but not 100% positive on that. Thankfully, we don’t have to hear or see any others around.

I loved seeing Broke,Roan, Lynn and other characters from previous stories. Definitely makes the world more believable when it’s so huge and memorable.

I loved this story. It was a great read with great writing and kept my attention. A couple of steamy scenes.

Just a second chance love story, with a little suspense thrown in with trying to figure out who was trying to scare Lee.

No cheating, no ow/om drama, 4 year separation-none once they see each other again.

Epilogue is 10 years out. They are happily married with 3 kids.

I gave it 🌟🌟🌟🌟. Have you read it? What did you think?

Read and reviewed: 8/13/2020

Goodreads shelves: celibate-hero, celibate-heroine, epilogue-kids, epilogue-married, fast-read, get-back-together-stay-together, great-read, hea, instalove-lust, long-separation, love-how-he-loves-her, no-cheating-between-mcs, no-real-ow-om-drama, no-sex-scenes-with-ow-om, no-virgins, read, safe-for-me, second-chance, steam

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