Author: Kate Meader
Series: Hot in Chicago, #1.5
Release Date: August 31, 2015
Length: Novella (121 pages)
Buy: Amazon, Barnes & Noble
*happy sigh* I love me a good romance in any combination of letters (M/F, M/M, F/F, etc). I'm oh-so-picky, so when I happen on one that just clicks for me, I can't say enough good things about it. Well, like her other Hot in Chicago book, Kate Meader knocks this one out of Wrigley Field.
Melting Point picks up where hot firefighter Gage and his tactiturn chef crush Brady's story ends in Flirting with Fire. Just when Gage thought he'd gotten somewhere with Brady, the former military man cut and run without a word of explanation. Brady's PTSD has him too messed up inside to start anything meaningful with Gage. That doesn't keep him from wanting to try anyway. And the giant build boards of the guy he can't help but lust after aren't helping him. Meddling friends toss these two together, sparks fly, sexual tension is off the charts, but Gage and Brady are too perfect for each other not to find a way to make it work. They get their happily for now, but not without both having to work for it with personal growth.
Kate Meader's characters are flawed and believable. Their growth in the novella is touching. And her voice is every bit as laugh worthy in this offering as the previous book, making me a definite fan. Now I just need to get my hands on the next one with the super hot mayor! *swoons*