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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

5/5 Review: Hot Point by M. L. Buchman


 
THESE AIRBORNE HEROES BATTLE MORE THAN FLAMES
The elite firefighters of Mount Hood Aviation fly into places even the CIA can't penetrate.

FROM WILDFIRE TO GUNFIRE
Master mechanic Denise Conroy-with a reputation for being as steel-clad as the aircraft she keeps aloft-shuns useless flyboys who don't know one end of a wrench from the other.

Firehawk pilot Vern Taylor-known for unstoppable charm and a complete lack of mechanical skills-proves his talent for out-of-the-box thinking with every flight. He's a survivor and a natural-born heli-aviation firefighter.
When Denise and Vern crash together in the Central American jungle with wildfire on one side and a full-fledged military coup on the other, their newly forged partnership is tested to the max. They have each other, but not even their formidable skills combined can protect Denise and Vern from the conflagration sweeping the jungle...and their hearts.
The third in M.L Buchman's firefighter romantic suspense series featuring a team of daredevil smokejumpers who fight more than fires. The elite fire experts of Mount Hood Aviation fly into places even the CIA can't penetrate.

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I thoroughly enjoyed this book.  It wasn't exactly what I expected given what the blurb states but it is definitely a favorite of mine.  Denise had me wanting to protect her.  She was so self conscious, she doesn't realize how amazing of a person she is.  It is incredible that a person with the beauty she possesses both inside and out cannot see it for themselves.  It took Vern, the sexy firefighter, to show her how wonderful she is.  I was on the edge of my seat during all of the forest fires Vern had to put out.  It was a story that definitely immersed you in it.  You saw what they saw and felt what they felt.  It definitely had tons of adventure and flirtation, love and self discovery.  I would recommend this book to everyone.  There is not a moment in this story that I felt was off.  It was very well written and the time lapses were believable.  M.L Buchman really rocked this book.  Awesome read indeed!!!