Title: All Fired Up
Author: Lori Foster
Publisher: Harlequin Romance
Publish Date: November 19, 2019
My Star Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
** I received a copy of this ebook thanks to Harlequin Romance and NetGalley in return for an honest review **
Mitch Crews has left his ugly past behind and is ready to set down roots. Growing up, he heard stories from his father about his first wife and their children, Mitch’s brothers. Fresh out of prison, he wants nothing more than to meet them at least once before moving on with his life. He never expected them to be so accepting, or for their mother to love him like her own. Mitch also never expected to meet Charlotte Parrish, a young woman who had been taken in by the family years ago. Charlotte is more than he could ever have asked for. A gentle touch can ease his temper, and yet she sets him ablaze with something that goes deeper than lust.
While Charlotte helps ease Mitch into his new family, there is danger lurking. An old enemy from Mitch’s past is out for his blood, and will use anyone and anything to make him pay. Can Mitch keep his new family safe?
I loved this! From the very beginning I fell in love with Mitch. He may be an ex-con, but his character shows that he is above that title. A gentleman at heart, he is all alpha without being overbearing. What I especially liked was that I got to see Mitch and Charlotte grow as individuals and then as a couple without their relationship being started and held together by sex. From their first meeting, I felt the connecting between these two, but I really enjoyed seeing Mitch get to know his family, and set down his roots before really diving into a relationship with Charlotte.
The plot itself was amazing, with the growth of the characters, but also that element of danger. It was a perfect drive from start to finish, and I am actually sad that I’ve finished it.
Would I Recommend:
This is the third installment in Lori Foster’s Road to Love Series. I have not read the first two books, however I did not feel that reading this out of order hurt my enjoyment at all. I loved this book, and I am definitely going to pick up a physical copy to add to my shelves. This is a must-read!