Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Review: Glow In The Dark

Title: Glow in the Dark                              

Author: Keira Kroft

Published: Decadent Publishing

Word Count: Approx. 81,000

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Review Rating: 3 LIGHTNING BOLTS 

Determined to be out from under her mother’s ruling and away from a no-good soon-to-be ex-boyfriend, Corey Nolan exercises her independence. With a place to call her own and a job that doesn’t pay well but makes her happy, her life is full and her young daughter is content. There is no room for distractions, until she meets a local firefighter—who stirs an immediate forbidden attraction. In need of control, she tries to ignore Jake Gilroy, but circumstances bring her closer to him when someone is hell-bent on destroying her.

Dutiful playboy Jake is known as the smoking hot fireman. The first time he sets eyes on Corey, he knows he wants her. But when threats and strange occurrences start to happen, he finds the need to protect her and give more than he’s ever given any other woman.

Being together becomes more than they bargained for when their desire for each other becomes a matter of life and death….

REVIEW: I'm a huge fan of romantic suspense, so when I had the opportunity to read this for review, I jumped on it.  Hot firemen, a woman looking for her sounded so good!

I had a lot of issues with the story. There was so much bouncing around that at times, I was lost. There are parts that are slow and hard to read through. What I loved was the characters. Corey is strong willed and looking to start over again...and Jake, well what's not to like about him?  He's portrayed as a bad boy sometimes, but there's a lot more to Jake than meets the eye.

All in all, this story was a half and half for me. There were things I enjoyed about it, and then there were things that just didn't do anything for me.

Jake slid his fingers down her arm and across her wrist. A spark lit through her. She gasped and her gaze locked with his. She made no attempt to draw away. Corey couldn’t…she didn’t want to.
“How is it?” He glanced at her scraped and bruised elbow.
Coming out of the trance, she lifted her arm and showed him the slight injury. “Oh, it’s fine.”
“I would have been over sooner, but the other guys got you, and I didn’t want you to be overwhelmed.”
Corey couldn’t conjure up a response. What he said, and how he said it, turned her knees to jelly. She felt like the high school girl who was just noticed by the popular jock. She couldn’t stop staring at his soft, dark brown eyes, even though a sensible voice in her head told her to just walk away and forget him.
“I’m very sorry. But I really have to go.” She peeked around his massive chest to the men beyond. “It was so nice meeting you guys,” she called over, waving. She turned to pick up her bike, then pushed it along and hopped on.
“Stop by anytime,” she heard Jake yell behind her.
She smiled but didn’t turn around. Glancing at her watch, she’d realized she was supposed to have started her first day of work eight minutes ago. Fear made her pedal faster.
She hoped she hadn’t lost the job already. But what if she did? How would she pay rent? How would she feed Molly?

About the Author:   
Keira carries a vet assistance degree. Her love for animals is as great as her love of people. She gives a percentage of her personal book sale profits to the animal welfare league. Residing in a quiet suburb in the outskirts Chicago with her husband and daughter she spends any spare time she has working with her cats Scamper and Sawyer, to achieve total world domination, one shared Twinkie at a time. Her passions include Reading, Writing, Football, Comic Books and Family.

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  1. Thank you so very much for your time and having me here today :)

  2. Thanks for the review! Gotta admit "hot firefighters" do it for me everytime:)