Monday, January 5, 2015
Full Blaze (Firehawks #3) by M.L. Buchman Review
In FULL BLAZE you get what I would consider a more suspense and action driven story with a bit of romance thrown in. Jeannie and Cal are both well developed characters and the story was interesting for the most part. I found myself losing focus a bit sometimes, but I think that was more a matter of my personal reading taste than a reflection on Buchman's talent as a writer. Maybe I've become a bit too jaded in my reading. This didn't feel like a romance to me and I mistakenly thought that I was getting a romantic suspense story that would have a more relationship driven plot. Overall a good read just be aware that I wouldn't really classify this one as a romance.
**I received an ARC via Netgalley/Sourcebooks in exchange for an honest review.**
When Australian helicopter pilot Jeannie Clark rescues wildfire photographer Cal Jackson from a raging burnover, she doesn't know she's bringing aboard a firebrand. Cal is quickly recruited for MHA's covert operations that reach far beyond the flames. Together Jeannie and Cal are assigned to an overseas operation with a lot more at risk than burning trees. And they'll need all the skill, love, and trust they can muster if they're going to survive the heat of this jungle battle.