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Summary

Looks like it's time to burn my house down.

Best-selling author Lexy Timms brings you a firehouse romance so hot, it's sizzling!

To Rebecca Taylor, her job had become simple, sort of like lather, rinse, and repeat. She traveled throughout the country certifying fire station equipment. She's a fully certified fire fighter, but her area of expertise is in testing out new equipment that will save lives. She lands up at Station 5 in Phoenix, AZ, the one place she's been trying to avoid.

She grew up just outside the city, along with the newly hired sexy lieutenant, Sam Evans.

He was best friend's with Becca's brother, before he died in a random fire almost a decade earlier.

Heat runs ramped in the city of Phoenix - desert sun, burning buildings, and the undeniable hot attraction between Becca and Sam.

When the past begins to appear in familiar fire patterns, Becca is startled to realize there may be an arsonist in the city. Her brother, Corey's death had been ruled an accident. Will she be able to prove it was murder before the arsonist comes looking for her?

Firehouse Romance Series: Caught in Flames Burning with Desire Craving the Heat

©2016 WJ May (P)2016 WJ May

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Beware ends in cliffhanger!

I really enjoyed this book, right up until the moment it ended abruptly - think when books end in cliffhangers you should be made aware of such upfront. It was a real let down as I was totally into it............. 😔

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Caught in Flames centers on a female firefighter, Becca, and Sam, the handsome at Station Five in Phoenix, Arizona, who'd known Becca's deceased brother, Corey in a "random" fire... new fires bring up the past, and Corey's death, so the two firefighters must investigate the arson and the blazing heat growing between them....


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  • trixie
  • 29-10-16

Caught in flames

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I love reading about a woman firefighter! Great romance! Great story!
Love this book. It's amazing. Lexy has a way with making you fall in love with her books

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  • 07-04-19

not a complete story. terrible narration.

story was thin. romance was thrown in without much thought and no development and it was only a quarter of the story. hard pass

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  • Terri C.
  • 26-10-16

This is a cliffhanger.

This was a new-to-me author. The story was okay. The firefighter aspect was done well and the story line was good. It doesn't end with anything resolved so that you have to listen to the second book to find out who the arsonist is (if you haven't already figured it out).
This narrator was also someone I was unfamiliar with. In my opinion, there was way too much melodrama. In many parts she emphasized EVERY other WORD.

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  • DK
  • 07-04-17

If It Were Categorized As YA I'd Give 5* 😴



Rebecca Taylor is at the top of the food chain when it comes to new equipment for firefighters. Her latest stop is at Station Five, the firehouse in the town where she grew up.

There are painful memories there as her brother died in a fire. However, with the sorrowful memories come along some good ones when she meets up with her brother's boyhood friend Sam Evans. They have an odd sort of chemistry as they are kind of in limbo from the tragedy in the past.

Will the feelings of the present overcome the tragedy? Will she be able to keep this hot and sexy firefighter at an arms length? And while she's there will she be able to do some investigation of her own of her belief, surrounding the suspicious circumstances of her brother's death?

Four stars for the story, four stars for the wonderful performance by Stacy Hinkle and four stars overall

This felt more like a young adult romance (though there are naughty bits that I wouldn't want a teenager to read) than a contemporary romance, in my opinion

I enjoyed it and would recommend it to others to enjoy romance with a little bit of spice!

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  • Aussie597
  • 16-07-21

Caught in Flames

This was an entertaining start to the series, I liked the characters and story and I enjoyed listening to the narration

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  • SC Nanny
  • 26-03-21

Great book

I really enjoyed this book. It had so much spunkiest from Becca. Nothing was going to stop that girl at all. It will be interesting to listen to the next book! Enjoy! I sure did!

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  • Paranormal Lover
  • 30-01-21

Caught in Flames

Loved the book and this audiobook is fantastic. Great story and characters. Narrator did a fantastic job also.

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  • Book Diva
  • 16-10-20

Firefighters starting fires with no actual flames

Nothing like a sexy fireman to heat things up!
Rebecca and Sam give us giggles and sighs with their hot chemistry and steamy adventures.
Trouble comes their way, so grab the next book to continue their saga.

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  • Terra oenning
  • 07-06-20

omg need more

holy smokes this book is absolutely great and keeps you wanting more. absolutely love the narrator.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-04-20

Really lame main character

The main character in this book is immature and very annoying. She constantly holds back information that could wrap this story up in one chapter. It’s really all about the sex and her annoying attitude. Yuck! Couldn’t wait to be done with it so I skipped to the end. Just as expected it leaves you hanging on something that could have been solved a million times over by now. Had she not stupidly ignored things that no normal person would... gross!
Narrator ways as good as she could be with such little to work with