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Face the Fire (Moore Family Saga Book 5) by Michele Sims – Review by Heather Lovelace

Face the FireFace the Fire by Michele Sims
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This series locked me in from the very beginning. I love the world that Sims created with the Moore family and I have loved reading the character and storyline development. It has a great balance between romance, suspense, a sprinkle of fantasy, and just great connection. I love that it all ties back to family. Just a great addition to the series and a great way to pull it all together. It can be read alone but is one that you will more greatly appreciate by starting at the beginning. This is one not to miss.

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Face the Fire (Moore Family Saga Book 5) by Michele Sims – Review by Jamie Zabolotney

Face the FireFace the Fire by Michele Sims
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This paranormal suspense novel is the fifth book in the series and as someone who has not read the other book, you will not be disappointed. I am a big fan of the paranormal genre and at first I found that there seemed to be very little of it but things quickly heated up.

Miles and Bella Moore are newly married and have just had twins. He is a goal driven music executive and Bella is his chief marketing office for the company. But as usually happens, success comes with a price.

I loved the dynamic between all of the characters and the drama that unfolded throughout. I look forward to more books from this author.

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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Kayleigh Allen

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is such a good book to a great series! I can feel it. I love the steam and romance the two main characters have. I couldn’t help, but blush during some of the steamy parts. I also love the way that the characters fought through everything obstacle that came their way and came out stronger. I can’t wait for the second book to come out! I’m sure it’ll be hard for me to put down like this one was!

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Face the Fire (Moore Family Saga Book 5) by Michele Sims – Review by Tara Johnson Barnes

Face the FireFace the Fire by Michele Sims
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Face the Fire is the 5th and final book in the Moore Family Saga series of books. This book continues with the story of Miles Moore who is driven to become successful with his own music empire. He is determined to let nothing, and nobody stand in his way for him to become mega successful. Bella, who is both his wife, as well as the Chief Marketing Officer of his company wants to help her husband succeed and realize his goals but finds that it is not always easy. Bella also wants to be successful with both business and family and struggles with the challenges of motherhood as well as being a successful career woman. She also faces constant struggles with juggling her relationship with Miles as both his wife and his business partner. Tensions rise when Bella is caught in an ongoing battle between Miles and one of proteges who is struggling with the demands that Miles is imposing on him as an artist. After being on the inside and discovering the lengths that other artists will go to within the music industry, Bella is fearful of what will result of a feud between Miles and his competitors. Once again, Miles and Bella’s love for one another and their relationship is put to the test. Will they have what it takes as a couple to remain strong in love and successful in business at the same time?

I thoroughly enjoyed this entire series of the Moore family saga. Each book builds up from the previous one, we learn more about the characters, and follow them through several tense moments. In Book 5 the plot thickens and the danger level intensifies. Bella and Miles are caught in a volatile and explosive situation that could mean the end for them in more ways than one. Although each book could be read as a standalone it is much better as a series read in sequential order and starting with Book 1. I highly recommend this series and this author!

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A Moore Affair (Moore Family Saga Book 4) by Michele Sims – Review by Tara Johnson Barnes

A Moore Affair (Moore Family Saga #4)A Moore Affair by Michele Sims
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Moore Affair is book four in the Moore Family Sega series of books. Bella and Miles are together at last and are getting ready to get married. Bella feels ecstatic to be marrying the man that she loves beyond everything but at the same time can’t help but wonder if she’s ready to be the wife of someone so famous. Along with Miles’ fame comes not only the whirlwind tours but a fan base that that can be downright frightening at times. However, Bella chooses to put all her fear and doubts aside and makes the best of it because she is surrounded by her family.

After their wedding, Miles and Bella decide to honeymoon in Paris and Italy. Bella soon learns that Miles and his stage persona of Ari are two very different people all wrapped up in one little package which naturally makes her uneasy. Bella becomes doubtful and fearful of those that could break them apart and constantly worries that she is not enough for Miles. When Bella unexpectedly becomes pregnant, she tries to forget all her doubts and insecurities and chooses instead to focus on the joy of becoming a mother. Then suddenly life throws them another curveball and their life is thrown into a tailspin once again.

Bella’s beloved home that she grew up in as a child is destroyed by fire setting off a chain of events. When secrets start to unfold and come to the surface Bella and Miles must decide if they can trust one another with their pasts or if it will put their future in jeopardy. Of course, the relationship between Miles and Bella can never come easy as there’s always someone or something on the outside that is trying to tear them apart. Bella knows that she loves Miles with all her heart but she’s not sure if she can overcome her doubts, fears, and insecurities. Will she be able to overcome the secrets that she unfolds and move forward with her relationship with Miles?

Book four answers more of the questions from the first few books and builds on the story of Miles and Bella. The characters of Bella and Miles were real, raw, and believable. They went through trials and tribulations that put their relationship to the test and as in any relationship they had to decide if they could survive the tests and be strong enough as a couple to endure it and come out stronger on the other side. The book did not disappoint as the Moore Family Sega unfolded. Although this book could possibly be read as a standalone, I highly recommend starting with book 1 and working your way through the series. Each book starts off where the last one left off and unfolds more of the Moore Family Saga. Enjoyable read, I highly recommend!

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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Katie Matthews

Wildcat (MetroGen After Hours, #1)Wildcat by Carina Alyce
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book that I have read by this author and I really enjoyed it. I really liked the characters Leslie and Trevor. They really did have a great amount of chemistry between them and I was definitely rooting for them throughout the story. I really admired Leslie, she clearly loved her job but being a female firefighter came with its problems and she really worked hard to prove herself. Although this was a short story it definitely wasn’t short on detail and it had a great pace and flow. I will definitely be looking forward to reading more from this author again in the future.

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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Kerry Carr

Wildcat (MetroGen After Hours, #1)Wildcat by Carina Alyce
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this short romance. Even though its a short story the passion is so hot and steamy and it jumps right off the pages.

Leslie is a firefighter with Firehouse 15. She had worked hard for her job and she is trying to earn the respect of her colleagues. What she doesn’t need or want is a man to change that. That is until she meets Trevor.

Trevor is a professional footballer. He’s used to women throwing themselves at him so when he meets Leslie with her cold almost uninterested ways he can’t help himself being drawn to her and wanting to know more.

The couple meet and have a one night stand. That’s all Leslie was after but now they have an attraction that neither of them can deny.
Can they work their careers and relationship out? Will they get a happily ever after or will something in their jobs really mess things up for them?

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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Shelly Kittell

Wildcat (MetroGen After Hours, #1)Wildcat by Carina Alyce
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Spicy and saucy, that’s what this book brings to mind. Kind of what you wish TV fire station shows could be. Leslie is already battling stereotypes trying to fit in to the Cleveland firehouse 15. She works with a bunch of chauvenistic jerks. Putting up with a lot of guff is parr for the course. Trevor is a gorgeous football player she meets at a Bob Ross paint class. The chemistry is just right and BANG!! the rest is history. They have a couple of pretty big challenges to get through but they do. Sacrifices are made. True love is shown and always wins. The story is well-written. I enjoyed the plot. Watching their relationship develop and them learn about each other was special. The characters were awesome. I felt like they could have been straight off a fire show. Well-done. I really enjoyed the book. I’m looking forward to reading more. I recommend you give this one a go.

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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Jenni Bishop

Wildcat (MetroGen After Hours, #1)Wildcat by Carina Alyce
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 stars

This is the first book I have read by this author, and I enjoyed it. This romance is a short story. One amazing night with a wildcat firefighter was all it was meant to be. But he can’t stop thinking about her. Firefighting is her life, and no man will ever get in the way of that. It is full of humour sass and feisty attitudes with lots of push and pull, angst and frustrations.
Grab a copy for a little afternoon delight.

 

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Charlisa Wahtomy-Alba

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Leslie McClunis is one of only a few women in the fire department. She has put up with a lot while putting in time at Firehouse 15. When she meets Trevor Hampton in a painting class she only meant for them to have one steamy night together. Trevor had other plans though and the rest as they say is history. Overall I did enjoy this book. This is the first book I’ve ever ready by this author and I do look forward to the rest of the series.

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