The Fire (Hurricane book 4)
By R.J. Prescott
Evelyn Danaher lives a quiet, uneventful life. That is until she meets Tommy. The only man who makes her lose control of her temper and her knickers at the same time.
Tattooed, Irish firefighter Tommy Riordon found the woman of his dreams, then crashed and burned when a misunderstanding left him on his knees, clutching his balls.
They are wrong for each other in every way. But the very best love stores are the ones that shouldn’t work. After all, the fire that doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.
I love the characters in this series, all the men and women at Driscoll’s gym, so this was a happy reunion for me. We finally get Tommy’s story, and I enjoyed every second of it. Tommy is the jokester of the group, the manwh*re and the one that keeps them all together. So many layers to this guy, and he is completely done for when he meets his Irish. Talk about total opposites!
For me this story had it all, laughter, sadness, family and love. My favourite parts of this story was the banter between the boys, all the times Tommy opened his mouth and stepped in it – but above all else, the parts where he really courted Evelyn.
This journey was not a easy one, but we got there in the end.A bittersweet ending to one of my favourite series, but a series I’ll visit again and again.
USA Today bestselling author R.J. Prescott was born in Cardiff, South Wales, and studied law at the University of Bristol, England. Four weeks before graduation she fell in love, and stayed. Ten years later, she convinced her crazy, wonderful firefighter husband to move back to Cardiff where they now live with their two equally crazy sons. Her debut novel The Hurricane was an international bestseller and finalist in the Goodreads Awards in the category of debut author.