Fire at Dawn by Lila Ashe


Fire at Dawn: The Firefighters of Darling Bay 2

Synopsis:

Lexie Tindall knows a few things about herself. She's a great fire dispatcher. She looks good in cowboy boots. And she'll never date a firefighter. They're her family, and besides that, she knows from deep personal experience how it feels to lose a man on the fireline. But Coin is different. He's her best friend. Why, then, can't she stop thinking about what it would be like to kiss the handsome firefighter?

Coin Keefe has been in love with Lexie since he first met her in dispatch when he was still a rookie. Now he realizes he can tell her everything except the truth--that he can't think about anyone else.

When Lexie and Coin make a bet on love with a tropical island vacation as a reward, who will win big and who will lose everything?

Review:

I really enjoyed Fire at Dawn. It was a quick read, but really sweet. Even though it is the second book in the series, you don't need to read the first one before this one (I didn't realize it was in a series until I finished it). This is the first book I have read from this author and I will be going back to read more.

Lexie is the cute, fun girl who works in dispatch for the firefighters. Her dad was a firefighter and died on the job, so she doesn't want to date one herself. She is really good friends with Coin though. He comes in and hangs out with her whenever he can and they just get along great.

Coin is the sweet, shy boy. He blushes and is just so cute. He obviously likes Lexie, but she doesn't realize it. One day while they are hanging out in dispatch she decides she is going to set him up on a dating website to get a date. They come up with a bet - whoever falls in love first gets a trip paid for by the other person. They both go through and send messages to someone they think the other will like and then meet up for a double date at Coin's house....only things don't go quite as planned. It was fun, and hot, and I really enjoyed it. Coin is just wonderful. Lexie needs time to figure some things out, but they get there. I definitely want to read more from this series.

Rating: 4/5 

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