Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Review: TORCH by Cambria Hebert

A fire almost killed her, but she was saved by a hero. When she wakes up in the hospital, only flashes of memory remain. One thing’s for sure and one she will always remember is the flame and that someone tried to kill her. The firefighter ends up saving her twice by offering her a place to stay while she heals. Well, what could be worse than staying with a hot, fireman stranger?

The first person POV style relays Katie’s painful struggles as she tries to start over. Meanwhile, she fears for her life and can’t help the burning attraction she feels for Holt. The fire was still following her. Someone wanted her dead and wasn’t going to stop. Good thing Holt’s job was fire. Holt brought Katie a host of emotions—fear, humor, and lust.

Story was intriguing and mesmerizing, but I thought it was kinda slow overall. The sizzling attraction between the characters wasn’t as hot as I thought it be.

My rating: 3 stars

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