Leslie McClunis is a ballerina turned firefighter. The men in the department think she needs to be more “feminine” and that women don’t belong. She’s determined to show them she can do what they do; including kicking one night stands to the curb in the morning.
Trevor Hampton is a big, tough football player who is not used to being told his time is up. So when Leslie tries to say goodbye, he’s determined to take their one night as far as he can.
This story was short with quite a bit of fire in the bedroom. I really enjoyed the characters and felt that Leslie’s firecracker attitude was portrayed nicely. However, throughout the story are journal entries that I felt didn’t progress the story and felt really out of place. I’m not sure if I’m missing something that the MetroGen after hours series builds on or if more will be explained in books to follow.
If you like spicy scenes and spicy women, you’ll definitely enjoy parts of this book. I wish there was more buildup and more story for sure. I do plan to see if I can learn more in the next part of the series because it felt incomplete to me.