Review: Sparking the Fire by Kate Meader

Author: Kate Meader
Series: Hot in Chicago #3
Release Date: September 27, 2016
Publisher: Pocket Books
Source: Publisher
Pages: 400
Reviewer: Marie
Rating: 4 Stars
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Actor Molly Cade, America’s fallen sweetheart, finally has her shot at a Hollywood comeback with a dramatic new role as a tough-as-nails firefighter that promises to propel her back to the big time and restore her self-respect.

Wyatt Fox, resident daredevil at Engine Co. 6, needs a low-key job to keep him busy while he recovers from his latest rescue stunt. Consulting on a local movie shoot should add just enough spark to his day. Especially when in struts Molly Cade: the woman who worked his heart over good, and then left him in the Windy City dust.

Their story is straight out of a script: irrepressible, spunky heroine meets taciturn, smoldering hero. But these two refuse to be typecast, and when the embers of an old love are stoked, someone is bound to get burned…

Marie's Thoughts
There is nothing like a book that reads like a classic romantic comedy, and Sparking the Fire does just that. Girl and boy separately see a great opportunity to move forward with their lives and try to seize it, only to be side-swiped by someone from their past. After several run-ins, the chemistry and tension builds, coming to a head at the end of the story, where they realize they’ve never stopped loving one another and wind up with a happily-ever-after. Yep. Sounds just about perfect. And that’s exactly where we head off with Molly and Wyatt.

Molly and Wyatt have history. A very intimate history. Which is why running in to one another on the set of a local movie shoot creates… tension. And boy, you could cut the tension with a knife! Eventually, these two characters worked through their issues (with plenty of snark and sass!), and with this developed an exceptionally charming and sweet romance. Of course, it helps that Wyatt sounds so hot and is so sweet. Seriously… I might need to find myself a Wyatt 😉

All joking aside, though, this book is a wonderful addition to the series, and scorches with every kiss.

I read and reviewed a paperback copy of the book gifted to the blog in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.

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