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Jane West’s life is perfectly average.
Until Ty Strickland—Grade-A, smoking hot firefighter—moves in down the street. Then things get a little exciting, and not in the good, panty-melting sort of way. Not only does someone want her dead (seriously), she has to wrangle her out-of-control desires where the new neighbor is concerned, and convince her boss at the small town’s only adult toy store—who meddles in Jane’s love life—to leave the new hose-wielding hottie off her matchmaking radar.
But it’s not all chaos and pancakes. There’s Ty. And his smoking hot body. Smoking hot kisses. He’s burning the walls around her heart to nothing but ash. And she just might be falling in love…if she can stay alive long enough.
This is the first book in Vanessa Vale’s new Small Town Romance series, where the men in Montana aren’t just hot, they set things on fire.
Tanya Rae’s rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Montana Fire is the first book in the Small Town Romance Series and is a fantastic start to the series! This romance was a little different from other books that I have read by Vanessa Vale and I loved it! BTW I still love the other books that I have read by this author too.
This is Jane West and Ty Strickland’s (“a smoking hot firefighter”) story and what a story. It was written with a lot of humor. There are some cute & LOL moments, some suspenseful moments, and some pretty hot scenes between Jane and Ty.
There was a lot of sexual teasing between Ty and Jane. Of course, with Jane having 2 young & adorable boys & a nosy & funny ex MIL made up for some c*** blocking moments.
I adore Goldie! She is Jane’s ex MIL and is a colorful character and sounded like a “great” grandma type I would have wanted as my grandmother.
I think I might have learned more about how they breed horses than what I wanted. Hehe! Well it is informative.
I really enjoyed reading Montana Fire and can’t wait for Montana Ice (the second book in the A Small Town Romance Series) to come out.
I give Montana fire 4.5 stars.