Review ~ True Love’s Fire: A Red Hot Valentine Story (Hell Yeah!) by Sable Hunter

trueloveTrue Love’s Fire: A Red Hot Valentine Story (Hell Yeah!)
by Sable Hunter

Blurb:
Continuing the Hell Yeah! Series with book 12

While vacationing at a cabin in the Ozarks, Scott Walker – Austin neurobiologist, gets snowed-in and has to be rescued by local, Lia Houston. She brings him food, helps him fix his heat and tries to get his car on the road. A monster storm has paralyzed the mountain and as she’s trying to chain his car to her truck, a huge ice-covered limb falls, crushing the front of her pick-up and almost flattening Scott. If she hadn’t moved fast, he’d be a memory – but the brave action on her part comes with a price, she’s injured and stuck with Mr. Know-It-All until the weather abates. Scott doesn’t believe in love, much less love at First Sight. So when he meets Lia, he welcomes the attraction, but fights the tenderness with every breath in his body. Join Sable Hunter as she chronicles their journey from lust to love with a lot of fireworks in between. They meet at the dawn of the New Year, and by Valentine’s Day the fires of True Love are burning bright.

**Content Warning: Contains explicit scenes, details and language. Intended for 18+ Audience

Available at Amazon

Allyson’s Review:
I absolutely love the Hell Yeah! Series. Every Single one of these books has had me hooked from page one. The McCoy Brothers are just dreamy. Each book is steamy filled with Romance, action and suspense.

This was Lia and Scott’s Story. Scott was Aaron McCoy’s neurologist. Scott was sexy, charming, caring, successful, loving, passionate, protective and excellent Dr and surgeon. Scott didn’t believe in love because past relationships, but when snowed in with Lia while on vacation, something changed but struggled to come to terms with it.

Lia lived in a small town, she had been bullied and ridiculed her entire life. Even as an adult, even though she successfully wrote songs and lyrics. She had long ago decided men weren’t worth the trouble. Lia was funny, strong, caring but had a low self esteem because of her past. I highly recommend this series, I wasn’t able to put a single book down.
hearts 51Flames 4

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